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Mobile Data Services: Business Model Assessment

LONDON , Aug.andnbsp;The mobile data market has become saturated in major industrialized nations. Mobile operators in those markets find it increasingly difficult to raise mobile data prices as competitors are ready to lure away unsatisfied customers. This report analyzes how global mobile operators sell mobile data services, manage customer loyalty programs, develop innovative services, and offer customer incentives such as zero-rated services and international travel plans. It also provides an update of global mobile data revenues earned by operators from 2017-2021. Click here for more.


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Kolos to Launch the WORLDandrsquo;S Most Cost-Effective and Environmentally Friendly Data Center

Kolos, a U.S.-Norwegian company, is building the largest data center in the world in Ballangen, Norway, 140 miles (225 kilometers) north of the Arctic Circle. Click here for more.


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Ultra Mobile Simplifies Wireless Lineup and Debuts New Plans Including Unlimited Data for Only $19 a Month

NEW YORK , Aug.andnbsp;Ultra Mobile, a nationwide mobile carrier developing first-of-its-kind mobile phone services, today announced it is updating all current plans to maximize value for customers in a rapidly changing communication space. Bookending Ultra Mobile’s refreshed plan structure is an upgrade to their industry-first $ 19 per month plan and the launch of an unlimited 4G LTE data plan at $ 49 . Both plans include unlimited talk to 60+ countries, unlimited global text, and 4G LTE data. Click here for more.


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Sprint LTE Plus Data Speeds Up 28% in Seven Months

Can you hear that? Sprint (NYSE:S) customers are having a better network experience than ever with national average download speeds up 28 percent in seven months, according to Ookla Speedtest Intelligence data. Ookla data also shows Sprint now ranks #1 for the fastest average download speed in 15 cities such as Atlanta, Denver, Indianapolis, Salt Lake City and Seattle.1 Click here for more.


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Asian Data Roaming Startup Establishing Presence in 14 US Airport Stores

PERTH, Australia , Aug. Affordable international data roaming is no longer a pipe dream for Americans, thanks to Southeast Asian based telecommunications startup Flexiroam. Their flagship product, Flexiroam X, was launched in 2016 and consists of an ultra-thin microchip that can be applied onto users’ pre-existing SIM card and subsequently activated through a mobile app. It allows users to enjoy borderless data in over 100 countries, without ever having to change their SIM card. Flexiroam’s roaming service provides one of the best balances between price and convenience compared to other roaming solutions in the market. Click here for more.


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Telefonica Deploys Aquto Sponsored Data Rewards Platform Across the Globe

Aquto, a specialist in sponsored data and data rewards, today announced a partnership with global mobile telecommunications provider Telefonica.andnbsp;The partnership brings Aquto’s data rewards service to millions of Telefonica subscribers, giving them access to more mobile data through sponsorships. Aquto works with some of the largest brands including The Coca-Cola Company, Banco Azteca, EasyTaxi and Mondelēz International to give users access to more mobile data.andnbsp; Click here for more.


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Opera takes browser-based angle on sponsored data delivery

Opera is helping carriers deliver sponsored data

Opera is helping carriers deliver sponsored data

Norwegian software developer Opera Software on Friday introduced a new spin on the sponsored data model, giving operators a way of subsidising the cost of content delivery.

Sponsored Web Pass capitalises on Opera’s control of the browser on over 200 million devices worldwide, inserting an advertisement from a sponsor before allowing users to continue to certain content or a data allowance.

By way of example, a user can get “one day of mobile internet”, or “one hour of Twitter usage” sponsored by an advertiser, Opera said.

When the Sponsored Web Pass expires, users are given the option to continue browsing after purchasing a paid Web Pass, or to re-engage with different sponsors and continue browsing at no charge.

“Sponsored Web Pass gives operators a unique channel to partner with the advertisers and content providers who are already driving traffic across their networks, and helps both parties to participate in monetization of that traffic,” said Nuno Sitima, SVP of Business Development at Opera Software. “This is an excellent way for operators to bring new users onto the mobile internet while introducing them to new, easy-to-understand data packages.”

It was AT&T that recently made the industry’s first move on a sponsored data service, with an offering for advertisers that allows businesses to cover the transmission cost of content they provide to consumers.

The Sponsored Data service enables customers to view sponsored content and use apps over AT&T’s HSPA+ and LTE networks without that data usage coming out of their monthly wireless data plan.

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Opera Offers Ad-Funded data packages for the mobile internet

Opera Software has launched an ad-funded mobile internet service that enables operators to team up with advertisers to sponsor the cost of customers’ mobile internet access, providing users with free mobile data. Click here for more.


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Switch to U.S. Cellular and Get Unlimited Data and a Free iPhone 7

Now is a great time to get iPhone 7 on us. Just in time for summer and for a limited time, U.S. Cellular® is offering a free iPhone 7 to all new customers who switch and turn in a qualifying smartphone. In addition, with U.S. Cellular’s Total Plans with No Hidden Fees, consumers and businesses who switch can get unlimited data for as low as $ 40 per line/month with four lines, proving that the only thing better than a free iPhone, is a free iPhone at U.S. Cellular. Click here for more.


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Large Data Center Provider Selects Zayo for Dark Fiber

Zayo Group Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ZAYO) has been selected by a large data center provider for dark fiber to connect its East Coast data centers. The solution includes primary and diverse routes in New York and New Jersey, providing low-latency infrastructure for the provider. Click here for more.


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