Live Webinar: How Telcos Turn Massive 5G Data Into Competitive Advantage

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Tuesday 8th June 2021 | 12pm BST

Data is one of the most critical components of a telecom’s competitive arsenal, and the arrival of 5G will amplify its importance. Opportunities abound for telecoms which can rapidly analyse their massive stores of data. Yet industry estimates show that operators access and analyse only a small fraction of their data while still fresh and relevant. Telecoms leave behind critical, game-changing business insights due to...

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Sponsored It takes more than a strong internet connection for businesses to say they are evolving in today's climate. Businesses must be agile and efficient to meet changing market requirements - and to take advantage of the growth opportunities offered, they need to incorporate new technology and tailored services that have holistic long-term digital perspective.

In this digital age, companies that provide convenience and efficiency are winning the game.

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Eastern Communications, one of the Philippines’ premier telecommunications companies, has built its reputation by becoming a pioneer in...

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The potential for new business models and digital services is heightened by this new world order; now, more than ever, we are...

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But how do consumers feel about these foundational shifts in their providers? Does a big merger of two iconic telecom brands move the needle of consumer sentiment? Are customers paying attention? If so, are they favourably disposed to these moves and willing to...