Ovum: Europe's operators should offer mobile broadband as prepay service

Mobile consultant Ovum suggests that Western European operators might be better off marketing their mobile broadband offerings as a complementary prepaid offering to fixed broadband rather than focusing on fixed-line substitution. According to Ovum analyst Steven Hartley, fixed broadband penetration is so high in Western Europe that mobile broadband will struggle to compete. Article

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