Telecommunications Press Releases Launches to Provide Resource Center for Small Businesses Wanting Toll Free Numbers

Toll free numbers offer businesses a means by which customers can get in contact without it costing them anything. Toll free numbers are for most businesses a customer service essential, as no customer wishes to feel short changed by a company when trying to contact them over a service related issue. However, many small businesses don’t know how to go about getting a toll free number, and this stifles their chances of developing long standing relationships with customers. is a new website launched to help people understand the toll free numbers market and how to get the best toll free deals.

RCA Antenna Explains the Importance of Using HD Antenna

LogoTV antennas are artifacts of the past centuries. But no matter how relic they may seem, a lot of people are still opting to use them for cost reduction purposes. It is imperative to know the different types of TV antennas and which ones perform best in certain types of reception conditions.

New Market Research Report: Japan Telecommunications Report Q4 2014

LogoJapan's telecommunications market is saturated , with above 100% mobile penetration and close to 94% of the mobile subscriptions on 3G or 4G services in 2013. The main driver of the saturated market is expected to be in the 4G and big data services, both of which are crucial to operators to help offset the loss of voice and SMS revenues to free messaging service LINE. According to data provided by the regulator the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC), LTE subscriptions grew at 119% in 2013, while 3G subscriptions show modest decline of 2.4% over the same period , s howing strong eviden ce that 4G services are starting to substitute for 3G subscriptions.

RCA Provides the Basics on How to Install Antenna

LogoInstalling antenna may not be as easy as some people might think. It requires skills and proper planning to make sure is installed the right way for it to work properly. Prior to installing an antenna, proper research must be done to ensure that one will benefit from the antenna installation. Provides Customer Services Number for Easy and Fast Access Without Hassles

Finding the customer service information for some big companies in the United Kingdom can sometimes, be a little bothersome. For privacy reasons, they do not make their contact details always known to the public. And even when the numbers are available, it sometimes takes a long while to talk to the customer care representatives. But now, thanks to online telephone directories like, talking to a company’s customer care service will no longer be a problem.

New Market Research Report: Brunei Darussalam - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband

LogoAs mobile market growth slowed in Brunei B-Mobile's future remained the big question This report looks at the telecommunications market in Brunei Darussalam. A small wealthy nation in South East Asia Brunei made early moves to ensure that it was delivering up to date telecommunications services to its population. The target of 100% digitalisation was achieved back in 1995. Telecommunications infrastructure and services throughout Brunei are of a generally high standard and the country ranks well in Asia in terms of both telecom service penetration and infrastructure facilities. Brunei's mobile penetration which stood at an already healthy 32% by 2001 has continued to expand and coming into 2014 it had reached a penetration of 115%. Growth in total mobile subscribers had slowed in recent years as customers moved to take up mobile broadband offerings.

Sweden Telecommunications Report Q4 2014 - New Market Study Published

LogoDespite Sweden being one of the most advanced telecoms markets, BMI believes that the market has passed its saturation point and any subscriber growth will come from cannibalising the shares of existing operators. However, growing data usage could help the operators grow their profit margins despite the relatively stagnant subscriber numbers and lower income from traditional voice and other non-data services. The purchase of Tele2's consumer broadband and VoIP business by Telenor gave that company a welcome boost in scale, but it remains to be seen whether it can fully capitalise on the opportunities presented by converged services. Tele2, on the other hand seems to be focussing more on M2M services. Pvt Ltd Launches Cloud Based PBX System introduces business telecom service for small and mid-size businesses. The only business phone system that offers full-featured voice, mobile messaging, and enterprise analytics on any device.

Golden Gate BPO Solutions, LLC Providing Customer Service for Multi-Channel Retailer of Exclusive Coins and Collectibles

LogoGolden Gate BPO Solutions — Today, Golden Gate BPO Solutions, LLC, a leading global customer management and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) company, announced that is has secured a long-term agreement to provide customer service and other support on behalf of one of America’s leading retailers of coins, medals, collectible knives and die-cast models, a company established over 30 years ago that currently has over 10 million customers around the world.

New Online Telephone Directory,, Launched to Facilitate the Search of Customer Care Numbers

Finding the customer service information for some big companies in the United Kingdom can sometimes, be a little bothersome. For privacy reasons, they do not make their contact details always known to the public. And even when they are available, the callers usually have to wait on hold to talk to the customer care representatives. But now, thanks to online telephone directories like, one won’t have to worry about these issues ever again.

Oman Telecommunications Report Q4 2014 - New Study Released

LogoOman's mobile, fixed-line and broadband markets continued to grow in Q114, despite relatively high penetration rates. This was largely due to population growth and the uptake of new technologies, particularly 3G/4G connections and high-speed broadband services. This development will sustain long-term revenue growth for the operators through the upselling of high-value services to residential and business customers amid market saturation and declining subscriptions growth.

New Report Available: Singapore Telecommunications Report Q4 2014

LogoSingapore's telecommunications industry remains one of the best performers in Asia, exceeding regional average in areas such as mobile penetration rate and blended average revenue per user (ARPU). However, owing to a largely saturated domestic market, the sector's data ARPU and five-year compounded subscription growth rate have come under pressure. That said, continued plans to roll out new products and services, such as the impending launch of the Rich Communication Services (RCS) application by StarHub should help create new revenue streams for the industry.

"Malaysia Telecommunications Report Q4 2014" Is Now Available at Fast Market Research

LogoMalaysia's telecommunications sector enjoys high levels of service penetration, due mainly to focused investment in advanced broadband infrastructure and supporting services and solutions. Wireless and wireline non-voice services account for an increasingly large proportion of operators' revenues, and this is encouraging them to reinvest heavily in next-generation infrastructure, including fibre-to-the-home and 4G LTE. However, an emphasis on broadband leads to falling demand for traditional v o ice telephone services has accelerated , while operator-provided mobile voice and messaging services have come under threat from network-agnostic over-the-top competitors. As BMI has already noted, this has hit operator financial performance.

SipVine Unveils White Paper Explaining How to Get the Best from Business VoIP

SipVine has announced the publication of a white paper intended to guide potential customers through the requirements for setting up an effective business VoIP system. This will help companies avoid the pitfalls that were once associated with internet phones and gain the level of service needed for an enterprise-level communication system.

"Colombia - Telecoms, IP Networks, Digital Media and Forecasts" Is Now Available at Fast Market Research

LogoMobile network operators expand LTE services following a key spectrum auction

Aegis Properties and the Promontory Corporation Select Everywhere Wireless for Mies Van Der Rohe's First Residential High-Rise

LogoThe Promontory Corporation, a 121-unit high-rise cooperative in Hyde Park, selected Everywhere Wireless earlier this year to connect to the company’s Gigabit Plus Internet Network. Everywhere Wireless upgraded the entire building with new CAT6 Ethernet infrastructure to each residential unit, which is capable of providing up to 10,000 megabits per second, also known as 10 gigabits per second.

Simple Telecom Announces Revised and Simplified Pricing Plans for Many Products

Simple Telecom, a top provider of 1300 numbers and telephone services, announced new, simplified and lowered pricing schemes for many of the company's top products. The new 1300 number pricing plans, for example, start as low as $15 per month, with a variety of other options for customers who expect heavier inbound call volume. Since the company's founding seven years ago, Simple Telecom has grown to become one of the leaders in its sector of the Australian telecommunications industry by providing customers with straightforward, economical products and excellent customer service.

"Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar Telecommunications Report Q4 2014" Is Now Available at Fast Market Research

LogoMyanmar took a major step forward this quarter as the market witnessed the launch of the first commercial mobile service from a private operator, introducing competition into the mobile sector. Ooredo o's launch was reportedly met with huge demand with the network struggling to cope with the traffic, having sold the entirety of its allocation of SIM cards within days . Telenor is expected to follow with its own launch in September and we have upgraded our forecasts for the mob ile market as a result of this, with Myanmar set to become the fastest growing market in the world. The influx of foreign capital into the telecoms sector highlights the growth potential we see for Myanmar's telecoms industry . By contrast, we expect investment remains low in Laos and Cambodia, with growth opportunities limited by the low ARPUs, pro minence of prepaid subscribers, fierce competition in overcrowded markets and the uncertain regulatory environment. This last point is a particular concern in Cambodia, where the government is discussing a law that would force mobile network operators to sell their infrastructure to a state-owned investment vehicle . We take a dim view of increased government influence over telecoms markets and, if this law is adopted, we believe some investors would look to withdraw from the market altogether. Operators have spent millions investing over the last 20 years, however, i t is unclear what financial compensation - if any - would be offered by the government in return for the appropriation of these assets , highlighting the major risk to the three markets in the region.

New Market Research Report: Uganda Telecommunications Report Q4 2014

LogoThe change s in market dynamics in Uganda's mobile sector, with market consolidation and the entry of new players, will boost competition and attract much needed capital into the sector. This will drive subscriptions growth in the short term through competitive pricing and network expansion to underserved areas. That said, we retain our view that rolling out high value services will remain the main objective of the country's major players as they aim to create new revenue streams and offset the impact of declining growth from traditional services.

VoIP Market in India 2014 - New Market Study Published

LogoNetscribes' latest market research report titled VoIP Market in India 2014 illuminates the dynamics in the internet telephony market. Voice over Internet Protocol, popularly known as VoIP, initially witnessed adoption among enterprise users with the objective to reduce communication cost, especially for long distance calls and audio conferences. As smaller companies began to look for business from other countries, the need was no longer restricted among big enterprises. Average Internet speed in India rose to 1.3 Mbps from 1 Mbps in 2012. Advancement in the field of broadband internet service and increased adoption of smartphones, tablets, and PCs led to embracement of VoIP services amongst general consumers.

Just Published: "Smartphone Market in China 2014 "

LogoNetscribes' latest market research report titled Smartphone Market in China 2014 states that the rise in disposable income and falling price levels is propelling growth in the market. Smartphones also serve the purposes of computers to some extent. The user-friendly operating systems of the smartphones are increasing the popularity of the smartphones in general. Smartphone market in China would witness a steady growth in the coming years. The China smartphone market is over flowing with phones which uses android operating system. The Chinese government has come up with some government initiatives which would help the market to mature.

New Market Report: Global Smartphone Power Management IC Market 2014-2018

LogoPower management integrated circuits are used to manage power requirements and support voltage scaling and power delivery sequencing in power electronic devices. They are the key components in any electronic device with a power supply, battery, or power cord, and optimize power usage. They are used in electronic systems such as cellphones, TVs, or computers, and in power-saving technologies such as smart meters and grids. The power management ICs used in smartphones are referred to as smartphone power management ICs.

Global RF Power Amplifier Market for Tablets 2014-2018 - New Market Study Published

LogoRF power amplifier is a semiconductor device which converts electrical signal into radio signal. They employ transistors to consume power in either output signal mode or standby mode. RF power amplifiers are used in wireless communication devices such as cell phones, tablets, and radio sets, among others. RF power amplifiers are technologically advanced and compatible with 3G and 4G technologies. Depending on the application requirements, RF power amplifiers are designed and developed to work on various frequency bands. They are extremely compact in size and can fit easily in tablets and other wireless communication devices. Some of the other wireless communication devices that use RF devices are smartphones, notebooks, e-reader, and GPS devices. However one of the biggest problem power amplifiers face today is power inefficiency. Power amplifiers waste over 65 percent of their energy to draining of battery, while running high performance computing applications on smartphones and tablets.

Smartphone Market in China 2014-2018 - New Market Research Report

LogoSmartphones are cellphones that use an operating system (OS) and offer advanced functionalities and computing abilities as well as improved connectivity compared to the traditional feature phones. Besides providing digital voice services, smartphones offer services such as texting, web browsing, emails, music players, and video calling. Smartphones use an OS that supports multi-tasking functionality, which enables multiple applications to be run simultaneously. For instance, the OS should enable end-users to read their e-mails, browse the internet, and listen to music all at the same time.

New Report Available: Indonesia - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts

LogoConsolidation continues in Indonesia's telecom market as customers embrace mobile broadband