Telecommunications Press Releases

Market Opportunities and the Evolution of MVNO Business Models in Western Europe - New Market Research Report

This report provides a review of key trends in the MVNO market in Western Europe, an outlook of opportunities for MVNOs for the next five year and an analysis of how the MVNO business model is evolving to remain competitive and in line with the changing profile of customer demand in the region.

Croatia Telecommunications Report Q2 2014 - New Market Study Published

The Croatian market is well developed, with high penetration of traditional and data services, but it has managed to maintain one of the highest ARPU rates in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). This has been helped by the proliferation of 3G services and smartphones devices, the latter of which account for about 30% of subscriptions. However, the market is not without its challenges as subscription acquisition opportunities are limited and there is downward pressure on ARPU from SMS IP substitution and price competition in a saturated market. Moves into 4G have been made by the two leading operators. However, the third largest, Tele2, has failed to acquire spectrum to support a launch. The company claims that the move to LTE is premature as 3G services have not yet matured. This paints a slightly bleaker picture of the market as 3G has been available for many years. While Tele2's decision may be correct in the short term, this could raise future problems for the company as it may find it difficult to compete.

New Market Research Report: LTE in Industry Verticals: Market Opportunities and Forecasts 2014 - 2019

LogoThere is a rapidly growing demand for broadband-enabled data applications within certain vertical market segments including public safety, oil, gas and energy production, defense and others. Wireless infrastructure and support service providers are optimizing LTE as the technology of choice for general communications and various applications including remote data acquisition, video surveillance, multimedia PTT, and others for private LTE network deployments.

CallCenterWork.net Launches to Provide Access to Call Center Careers and Put a Dent in Unemployment

Leading niche media and Internet marketing firm Domain Media Corp. announces today that it has launched a new employment oriented website and resource for call center careers at CallCenterWork.net

CallCenterOutbound.net Launches to Tune Companies Into the Benefits & Cost Savings of Using an Outbound Call Centre

Leading niche media and Internet marketing firm Domain Media Corp. announces today that it has launched a new business oriented website and resource focusing on the benefits of using an outbound call centre at http://www.CallCenterOutbound.net

MobileCellMart.com Sells Cheap Replacement No-Contract Cell Phones

LogoMobileCellMart has quickly become established as one of the leading online suppliers for no contract replacement phones. Since their launch, MobileCellMart has provided consumers with the chance to easily purchase replacement phones for most carriers, including Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon. From Rugged Flip Phones, Push-To-Talk Phones, Text Messaging Phones that do not require Data Plans to Basic Flip Phones, Mobile Cell Mart keeps an extensive stock giving consumers lots of options.

New Market Study Published: Slovakia: LTE and Fiber Help Operators Expand Service Portfolios and Drive Market Growth

LogoSlovakia: LTE and Fiber Help Operators Expand Service Portfolios and Drive Market Growth,' a new Country Intelligence Report by Pyramid Research, offers a precise, incisive profile of Slovakia's mobile and fixed telecommunications and pay-TV markets based on comprehensive proprietary data and insights from our research in the Slovakia market. Published annually, this presentation-quality, executive-level report provides detailed analysis of the near-term opportunities, competitive dynamics and evolution of demand by service type and technology/platform across the fixed telephony and broadband, mobile and pay-TV sectors, in addition to a review of key regulatory trends.

Market Report, "Mobile Phones, Radio Transmitters and Television Cameras in Turkey: Industrial Report", Published

LogoEuromonitor International's Industrial reports provide a 360 degree view of an industry. The Industrial market report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the Mobile Phones, Radio Transmitters and Television Cameras market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new product developments, packaging innovations, economic/lifestyle influences, distribution or pricing issues. Forecasts illustrate how the market is set to change.

New Market Research Report: Finland Telecommunications Report Q2 2014

LogoWhile many aspects of the Finnish telecoms market appear to have reached saturation, BMI still identifies a number of opportunities for operators in the market. Wireline, in particular, has seen growth slow right down, with 2013 growth of around 3% in broadband subscriptions. Fixed line telephones continue to rapidly decline, with little hope for a rebound or even a slow down expected in the near term. Growth in the mobile market dipped below 2% in 2013 compared to 2012, reaching penetration of 181.9%, one of the highest in the region. We therefore see content, data and the provision of these services through next-generation technologies as key to the market's development. Fibre optics in the wireline sector are growing slowly but steadily and can be used for the provision of IPTV and other over-the-top content, which we see becoming an important driver. For mobile operators, the auction of 800MHz spectrum will undoubtedly help in delivering 4G services across a wider coverage and continued generation of income from mobile data. Backed by high spending ability of Finnish consumers, we continue to remain bullish on these opportunities in the Finnish telecoms market.

Find Your Replacement Cell Phone for Less on MobileCellMart.com

LogoCompanies selling refurbished, used, or like-new cell phones, provide a great way to get a perfect working phone at the fraction of the cost of a new one in the box never opened. MobileCellMart offers an excellent selection of used cell phones for Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile including Flips, Keyboard, and Android Models. All their phones are fully tested and come with a 30 day warranty. They are ready to activate and all phones come with free shipping. have MobileCellMart prices are among the lowest in the Nation.

Report Published: "Caribbean Telecommunications Report Q2 2014"

LogoWe have added two new markets to the Caribbean Telecoms report in Q2 2014, the Cayman Islands and Bermuda. The inclusion of these two allows us to look at the region from a different angle, as both are among the most developed, supported by high GDP per capita, high proportion of postpaid subscribers and strong demand for 3G services. We expect both the Cayman Islands and Bermuda to become the outperformers in the region in terms of mobile data penetration, as centres for financial offshoring should help drive demand among visitors and locals. At the other end of the spectrum, initiatives from Cuba will see the introduction of basic mobile internet services in the country during 2014. We don't expect this will have a huge impact due to the lower spending power of Cubans and lack of available handsets but it is a positive move in the right direction. Operators throughout the region are reporting encouraging growth in 3G and 4G uptake, with double digit growth in revenues emphasising that it will become a key source of sales over the long-term.

Egypt: Universal Licensing to Spur Competition and Double Data Revenue by 2018: New Research Report Available at Fast Market Research

LogoEgypt: Universal Licensing to Spur Competition and Double Data Revenue by 2018,' a Country Intelligence Report by Pyramid Research, offers a precise, incisive profile of Egypt's converged telecommunications, media and technology sectors based on proprietary data from our research in the Egyptian market. It provides detailed competitive analysis of both the fixed and mobile sectors, tracks the market shares of technologies and services, and monitors the introduction and spread of new technologies. Published annually, this executive study provides a comprehensive view of the Egyptian communications market by analyzing key trends, evaluating near-term opportunities and assessing upcoming risks factors.

Riverside Telecom, LLC Partners with BizIQ

Riverside Telecom, LLC, a trusted telecommunications contractor and VOIP phone specialist in Trenton, MI, has formed a marketing partnership with BizIQ, a firm specializing in small business web optimization.

Femtocell Market Is Expected to Reach $3.7 Billion, Globally, by 2020 - Allied Market Research

LogoAccording to a new report by Allied Market Research titled "Femtocell Market (Types, Technology, Applications and Geography) - Global Analysis, Trends & Forecast through 2020," global femtocell market grew to a market size of $304.8 million in 2013, and expected to attain a market size of $3,712 million by 2020. Technological advancements and reduction in cost of femtocell devices are the two major factors driving the femtocell market.

Full Cycle Distributors Expands National Lifeline Program

LogoOver 56 million Americans qualify for a “Lifeline” mobile phone and Full Cycle Distributors is doing their best to get them into qualify individuals' hands. Part of this drive involves recruiting more Lifeline Agents to help recruit and sign up qualified people in the Total Call Mobile Lifeline Program. This position offers the possibility of not only making a good income, but also in helping the disadvantaged in the process.

TelcoDepot.com Offers NYC Motels New Gateway to Benefit from Cheaper VoIP

LogoFor many small businesses, like motels and boutique hotels, transitioning to a modern communications system can be difficult due to money constraints. Aware of that, TelcoDepot.com is now offering these small business owners an opportunity to acquire cheap VoIP services without the need to purchase new expensive equipment.

Microspace Communications Attends 2014 NAB Show

Microspace Communications recently attended the 2014 NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) Show at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas. The NAB Show consists of the world’s largest digital media event which covers satellite broadcasting and content delivery across all mediums.

Telcom & Data Offers One of the Best Conference Call Services for All Audio and Web Conferencing Solutions

Telcom & Data offers one of the best conference call services for all audio and web conferencing solutions. Now it has been experienced that teleconferencing is no longer a luxury, instead it is considered to be a need in order to manage information effectively and remain reasonable. When it comes to travel far for business meetings, one has to be more efficient while concentrating on other areas of work. Since conferencing is reachable, so it is the most competent way through which one can have weekly sales meetings, help desk support, distance learning from the same place.

The Chinese Smartphone Industry: January 2013 - February 2014 - New Market Study Published

LogoThis research report presents the 2013 review and early 2014 status of the Chinese smartphone industry. The report includes top 22 Chinese smartphone branded vendors' shipment volume in China, breakdowns of each vendor's shipment volume share by chipset maker, application processor model, ASP, panel size, and camera pixel. The report also examines major chipset makers' product mix for Chinese smartphones. The report finds that the Chinese smartphone industry's shipment volume reached around 422.2 million units in 2013, up 66.0% year on year, with a total number of 2,288 models launched over the year. The top six vendors—Samsung, Lenovo, Huawei, Coolpad, ZTE, Xiaomi—collectively took up over 50% of the total shipments. It is noted that smartphones equipped with a 4-to-5-inch panel and over 8M cameral pixels have become mainstream in China. Around 46% of the Chinese smartphones were sold at a mid-range price point (700 RMB to 2000 RMB, US$113 to US$322; US$1=6.2112 RMB) in 2013. While octa-core processor models took up less than 1% in terms of shipment volume in 2013, it is expected that the share will see significant growth in 2014 as major chipset makers have been promoting related solutions.

Thailand Telecommunications Report Q2 2014 - New Study Released

LogoThailand's telecoms market is characterised by a mobile market approaching saturation, a fixed-line market that has been in decline since 2007 and a low broadband penetration rate. The successful launch of 3G services in May 2013 offers some potential in the market, but the heavy degree of state control and ineffectual regulation of the telecoms sector to date, coupled with political uncertainty and the economic fallout from the 2011 floods and weak global economy, do not in our view, present a favourable investment climate.

Recently Released Market Study: Kenya Telecommunications Report Q2 2014

LogoWe expect Kenya's mobile network operators to maintain a strategy of revenue stream diversification as the downward pressure on voice revenues continues on the back of lower tariffs and decreasing minutes of use. In addition to the expansion of the scope and functionality of m-commerce systems, we expect operators explore new mobile-crossover opportunities in other industries, such as health, agriculture, education and entertainment.

Ireland Telecommunications Report Q2 2014 - New Market Study Published

LogoThis quarter, BMI has extended its forecasts for Ireland's fixed-line voice, broadband and mobile communications markets through to 2018. We have also utilised the latest operator and regulator data to fine-tune those forecasts. As such, we expect to see slightly stronger mobile subscription growth and slower contraction of the fixed-line market. We hold to our current outlook for modest growth in the broadband market on the back of eircom's progress with its next-generation access network, the rollout of 4G LTE services and potential consolidation in the mobile market, as well as the entrance of Electricity Services Board (ESB) into the mass market broadband services arena. That said, we expect price competition to intensify across all sectors, including pay-TV, following eircom's launch of eVision-branded IPTV in Q413.

Iraq Telecommunications Report Q2 2014 - New Market Report

LogoThe Iraqi mobile sector recorded double-digit growth over the 12 months to December 2013. This supports our outlook for continued subscriptions growth during our five-year forecast period which has been extended to 2018 in this quarter's update. However, we expect increasing market saturation, with the penetration expected to reach 100% by 2015, to increase downward pressures on ARPUs and, consequently, operators' top line and bottom line financial figures. We therefore opine that the country's three mobile operators must expand their portfolio of non-voice services in order to sustain revenue growth, pending the allocation of 3G spectrum by the government. Although growth in the fixed telephony and data sectors remains stifled, we expect the implementation of various network infrastructure investment plans by the government and national fixed-line operator ITPC to boost growth over the medium-to-long term.

China Telecommunications Report Q2 2014 - New Market Research Report

LogoThe Chinese telecommunications industry is the biggest in the world in terms of existing size and growth potential, with the 1.2bn mobile subscriptions representing only a penetration rate of 87.3% at the end of September 2013. There are substantial growth opportunities in rural regions, where markets are still untapped, and the arrival of MVNO operators should catalyse competition for these lower value subscribers. Meanwhile at the other end of the market, demand for 3G and 4G services is growing rapidly, particularly in urban areas. Domestic operators are tapping this trend, and with the liberalisation of the VAS segment foreign investors can now also gain exposure. There is however downside to this bullish outlook due to the heavy investment burden in the telecoms industry, a capability that could weaken if the broader economy deteriorates.

New Report Available: Colombia Telecommunications Report Q2 2014

LogoMergers and network investment are offering greater growth potential for wireline services, trends that are boosting growth in fixed-line services and putting innovations such as IPTV on the agenda for 2014. BMI believes that operators will increase their focus on data, network speed and content over 2014, seeing subscribers offered an increasing range of services and building revenue opportunities for operators. In the mobile sector, we remain concerned over increasing interference from the regulator and government intervention to reduce the dominance of market leader Claro. Nevertheless, BMI believes that Colombia will follow the emerging market trend of being a predominantly wireless communications market over the medium to long term if regulatory intervention remains limited.

Iran Telecommunications Report Q2 2014 - New Market Report

LogoIran's large population should make it one of the most attractive telecoms markets in the Middle East. However, political and economic challenges remain and currency fluctuations limit access to the latest devices, limiting the market's growth. Added to which, the Iranian government is keen to restrict access to international internet content, creating a national internet network that will bypass international gateways and cut off large swathes of global content. For this, the government began talks with the Chinese government in early 2014. These factors offer considerable downside to the Iranian market and slow the expected growth of the market's sectors.

Recently Released Market Study: India Telecommunications Report Q2 2014

LogoThe Indian telecommunications market has experienced a considerable number of challenges in the last few years due to constant regulatory disputes and a hostile business environment, which includes an aggressive price war that has eroded operators' profitability. Despite the country's significant growth potential, the industry is struggling to capitalise on the opportunities, which will remain the central theme in the near future as we do not expect the market to reach a swift resolution of these complicated issues.