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10 ways to use zero rating to revolutionise your business model

10 ways to use zero rating to revolutionise your business model

Written by on February 9, 2017 in Guest Blog with 0 Comments

It’s fair to say that net neutrality in the US looks like it’s on the way out. Now the previously grey area of zero rating can take centre stage and service providers can use it in many ways to grow their businesses. The traditional telco service provider model of ‘here’s a bundle of here’s 10 GB […]

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Digitisation should be a management skill – it isn’t yet

Digitisation should be a management skill – it isn’t yet

Written by on April 13, 2016 in Guest Blog with 0 Comments

A person who contributes to a national digitisation work group in his home country told me “most people in the management groups of corporations have no idea what digitisation means.” The only exception, he said, was the CEO of a local telco. This was because “he used to be a coder, when he was young, so he […]

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Google – Master of the Universe, er, Innovation?

Google – Master of the Universe, er, Innovation?

Written by on November 20, 2015 in Opinion with 0 Comments

It seems Google Glass is back, but not as we knew it. The first version was always going to be a little experimental, but Google probably didn’t realise that publications (like DisruptiveViews) and those testing the product would behave like Glassholes. What Google has done is re-invent Glass as an enterprise model. And you can […]

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Value Lessons from the Machine to Customer World – a Case for Complex Rating

Value Lessons from the Machine to Customer World – a Case for Complex Rating

Written by on July 15, 2013 in BillingViews, News with 0 Comments

In telecoms we were used to complex rating. Then we weren’t so sure. Voice and text became a commodity. M2M business models were going to be about scale and simplicity. Views on pricing models changed. Data became the value based battleground. In the commodity world of voice and texts, those who control costs most efficiently […]

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