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Massive Growth & Business Opportunities in Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) Industry

Global #mobilevirtualnetworkoperatormarket is expected to reach USD 73.20 billion by 2020. Rising number of mobile services subscribers coupled with increasing demand for data services is expected to fuel growth over the forecast period. MVNO’s target niche market segments such as roaming, business and retail, hence are able to provide differentiated services to customers. This also aids in avoiding direct competition with MNO’s and generates additional revenues for both MNO’s and MVNO’s.

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Value added services and data service market are expected to witness substantial growth in revenue, hence driving mobile industry growth. However, the voice services market is expected to remain stagnant over the forecast period. MVNO’s play important role to cater to this segment by buying minutes in bulk from MNO’s and selling them to consumers at a discounted price. Technological innovation such as advancements in #4G and LTE infrastructure are expected to propel growth. However, lack in expertise is likely to restrain growth over the next six years.
#technology #newtech #mvnomarket #CommunicationServices #newtechnologies #mobile #network
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