Written and published in collaboration with the Telco 2.0 Initiative, Disruptive Analysis' founder and director, Dean Bubley, has produced a new 248-page Strategy Report on the future of operator business models for both mobile and fixed broadband, spanning retail propositions and new, advanced wholesale offers.
The report examines critical issues such as:
- Whether operators can use policy management and deep packet inspection as the basis for new revenue streams from Internet companies
- The prospect of greater government intervention in broadband, through regulation, stimulus investment or major national projects like Smart Grids
- The opportunities from new approaches to selling broadband - tiering, prepaid, 3rd-party paid, capped, bundled with devices etc.
- Differentiated wholesale models for mobile and fibre-based networks, including "comes with data" propositions and advanced roaming.
Complete with comprehensive forecasts spanning retail and wholesale tiers, this report is a unique analysis of Business Model Innovation in broadband, separating the practical from the "wishful thinking".
The report also includes a very detailed "use case" chapter, looking at the opportunities for fixed/cable operators to assist their mobile-industry peers by providing "managed offload" capabilities via WiFi or femtocells.
I'll be highlighting specific themes from the report in coming weeks in future posts.
For more details, contents pages and an extract/summary, please contact Dean Bubley at Disruptive Analysis
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