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Wireless Carriers Should Be Hosted PBX Providers

The small office/home office represents significant untapped potential.

Mobile network operators (MNOs) have a sizeable revenue opportunity in the high-growth UCaaS market. They're exceptionally well positioned to emerge victorious, and profitable, in the largest of all market segments. Eastern Management Group recently completed a multi-year study of the global hosted PBX market and published the research in a new report, "Worldwide Hosted PBX Market"  Read More




April 4, 2018 | Guillaume Le Mener

We have taken it for granted. When we use our smartphone, it is just another icon on the screen but, believe it or not, SMS is more than 35 years old. It was first proposed for the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) in 1982, although its most popular time was the late 90s and early 2000s, when entire generations mastered the art of compressing ideas, passions and conversations into small snippets using the most ingenious abbreviations in order to fit within the 160 characters limit. And its popularity generated a significant amount of revenue for mobile network operators (MNO) worldwide.

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Grow Revenue in the SOHO/SMB Segment with Mobile-native UCaaS

Mavenir's mUCaaS for Business

The consumer market for MNOs is under pressure with flat growth, savage competition from over-the-top (OTT) voice and messaging apps and an endless price war on voice and data plans. Focusing on the enterprise market seems more logical as ARPU and stickiness are higher and UCaaS is growing (15.2% CAGR until 2021). However, MNOs have been limited by conventional UCaaS solutions designed around a desk phone, connected to a cloud PBX with wireline connectivity via SIP trunks, with an instant messaging walled-garden that is limited to the enterprise private domain. Mobility is added as an afterthought by means of call forwarding, simultaneous ringing or an over-the-top application with a best effort data connection to the wireline infrastructure. Download Here

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