Monday, 17 December 2018

City slickers crying out for advanced value-added services

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom, in Tokyo
Wednesday 30 October 13

Personal navigation represents biggest opportunity for mobile operators, according to Ericsson research.

City dwellers have high expectations when it comes to how new mobile services could improve their daily lives, but on the whole they do not expect their operators to deliver them. This is just one conclusion drawn by an Ericsson ConsumerLab report published on Wednesday. It surveyed people living in 27 cities across the world to identify what inhabitants like and dislike the most about city living…

City dwellers have high expectations when it comes to how new mobile services could improve their daily lives, but on the whole they do not expect their operators to deliver them. This is just one conclusion drawn by an Ericsson ConsumerLab report published on Wednesday. It surveyed people living in 27 cities across the world to identify what inhabitants like and dislike the most about city living…

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