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Has billing really become boring?

Has billing really become boring?

Written by on November 12, 2015 in BillingViews, Opinion with 3 Comments

Is it just me or has billing become boring? I never thought I’d say that but, quite frankly, apart from the occasional billing shock headline the whole billing thing has become rather mundane. Maybe it’s because we have become so good at it that the challenges of billing in years gone by have all been […]

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Operators’ Charging Plans – a Practical Approach

Operators’ Charging Plans – a Practical Approach

Written by on September 9, 2013 in BillingViews, News with 2 Comments

There are some real insights in Openet’s report, Charging for the Digital Economy. To find them takes a little digging but it is worthwhile. The top line findings are interesting enough: all operators agree that pre-paid charging platforms will need to be replaced within 10 years 43 percent see this happening inside two years 46 […]

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Billing refuses to die – for now!

Billing refuses to die – for now!

Written by on August 28, 2013 in BillingViews, Opinion with 1 Comment

I was fascinated to read in the recent Openet research paper, ‘Charging and Billing for the Digital Economy’ that 87 per cent of operators surveyed believed that billing systems would be replaced by real-time charging systems within the next four years. Those with reasonable memories may remember years ago when I boldly declared that billing […]

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