SPOTLIGHT: Report: FMS not necessarily good for carriers


According to a new study from Analysys, mobile carriers cannot assume that usage will increase enough to validate the price cuts introduced to accelerate fixed mobile substitution, which is the trend where mobile phones are replacing user's fixed line telephony. In Western Europe 50 percent of all voice traffic will take place on the mobile phone by next year, the report finds. Release

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