The article tackles the strategies of three pan-European MVNOs (Mobile Virtual Network Operators) targeting mostly the ethnic communities in Europe – Lebara, Lycamobile and Vectone. Lebara’s, Lycamobile’s and Vectone’s main attraction has generally been their aggressive (i.e. low) pricing to the point that their international call rates are significantly cheaper than most MNOs (Mo...
Belgium is one of the founding members of the European Union and host to different international organisation such as NATO and EU. It has one of the highest urban ratios (ratio of urban dwellers against total population) in the world with 97.4% (2010) of its inhabitants living in urban communities.
The Belgian telecom market contracted in 2011 by around 1.3% against 2010 to around 7.4b...
At the close of 2012, the fixed broadband market in Eastern Europe is expected to reach 46.9 million broadband subscribers, a 13% growth from 2011 and a 24.5% compounded annual average growth from 2007. This article is based on data from InfoCom’s Quarterly Broadband Monitoring Service. By fixed broadband, we mean subscriptions to xDSL, cable modem and FTTH/FTTB services.
The growth ...