Mobile Market Business Setups: Revival & Profitability 2013 & Beyond in New Research Report at

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An ultimate guide to mobile operator wizardry involved in building profitable businesses beyond 2013; portfolio planning ahead NGN up-grades, and trends of monetization; best practices in mobile-fixed partnerships, resource allocation & re-utilization; with referential case studies – straight from the horse’s mouth.

E1. Introspection
Mobile Business Setups – for Revival & Profitability: The reasons which led us to choose this particular project springs from the telecoms happenings globally in the past couple of years. After a decade of extraordinary growth, when telecom players had been generating huge revenues and had great profit margins, the industry is today at a point where even many established players are struggling for their survival. And it’s high time even for the players that are in safe position today to review and restructure their mobile business setups to remain profitable in the future.

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We sought to analyse the various new opportunities that all the players in the telecom market can grab to grow and become more profitable in the years to come. But what are the current challenges that are holding them back to Invest, Innovate or Monetise? And how the players can reinvent themselves to counter those challenges and quickly enhance their competitiveness – that’s exactly what the Report endeavours to answer.

In particular we analysed:

  •     Majority of operators’ business bottom lines are at the stage of no profit/ no loss. How can they return to strong growth?
  •     Towards which side be investments inclined in the future and what would be their probable gestation period, and ways to win investor confidence?
  •     Progression towards NGNs like LTE/ LTE Advanced, with selective case studies.
  •     Different ways operators are managing their networks and where they are making mistakes.
  •     Effective PCRF modules.
  •     The lesser known paths to optimise CAPEX and OPEX.
  •     Newer ways to collaborate with mobile device makers, app developers, ISPs, MVNOs and OTT players.
  •     How to explore pricing keeping consumers at the core?
  •     SMS/ MMS business models that can help operators to fully extract revenues from these services which many consider passé.

Such and many other matters we examined led us to come up with a unique research. A research which isn’t bent on any particular technology, country or fraternity, but rather, is specifically targeted at boosting up revenues for ALL connected to the Mobile Phone – be it mobile network operators at any stage of technology, device makers, app developers, ISPs, MVNOs, OTT players et al. Truly, a one for all, and all for one project – Towards revival & profitability!

E2. Towards Boosting Revenues and Profits!
The Report begins by fully analysing the various challenges that the mobile industry is facing today. In Chapter 2, we have regionally covered the 6 continents and observed each one from its unique perspective. Following are the most prominent risks that are holding back telecom players or going to be a spoilsport in the coming years and the players in the value chain must strategise accordingly.

1. Investors’ Confidence at an all time low, Regulations adding more woes
The global telecom market has gone through a flurry of events that has largely been in the favour of consumers, telecom network and infrastructure providers, device manufacturers and the new breed of players like OTT providers and app developers. Ironically, the network operators that once used to be the face of the telco market have now become mere spectators. This is not going to be the ideal condition for the telco industry to grow, generate wealth and add value to the end users for a longer period of time. And that’s the reason, investors that once looked at the telco market as very lucrative are now doubtful on the returns.

Operators have managed their capital expenditure and balanced it well with free cash flow and dividends but strict capital expenditure control can restrict them to formulate new services at a fast pace. They must remain committed to invest in new growth avenues and at the same time monitor technology and consumer developments accurately to make sure their financial investments remain on the right track. Moreover, regulatory uncertainties are impacting operators’ desire to invest in new markets. It is crucial for regulatory bodies to formulate pro-investment policies so that operators form workable stances on a range of issues and also to facilitate the relationship between fixed and mobile policies. All these parties must work in cohesion to achieve transparency over regulatory approaches.

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