Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Leakage could cost mobile operators $296bn in 2016

By Lewis Dowling, Total Telecom
Wednesday 28 March 12

6% revenue loss could grow to 23% over next five years if operators fail to implement, update revenue assurance systems, Juniper Research warns.

Revenues lost by mobile operators worldwide through leakage and fraud could grow to as much as $296 billion by 2016, or 23% of total revenues, if they do not take counteractive measures, Juniper Research warned on Wednesday. Criminal activity and revenue leakage caused by inaccurate billing meant the mobile industry lost $58…

Revenues lost by mobile operators worldwide through leakage and fraud could grow to as much as $296 billion by 2016, or 23% of total revenues, if they do not take counteractive measures, Juniper Research warned on Wednesday. Criminal activity and revenue leakage caused by inaccurate billing meant the mobile industry lost $58…

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