Burning Up the Phone Wires: Mobile, Consumer, Enterprise Telecommunications - Our Industry Perspectives 2003 - 2006
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Overview: Mobile network operators are experiencing dampened growth from market saturation, an uncertain economy for higher-revenue data services, and a market perception that mobile companies are not yet mature enough to provide the range of services traditionally supplied by fixed-line telcos. Central to planning for 2006 is a focused business model with a carefully honed, realistic strategy that clearly articulates where and how to compete in the emerging value chain. For common carriers, consumer migration to e-mail and mobile services, and to affordable cable packages that deliver voice, data and entertainment, is eroding market share.