The model of owning infrastructure to provide both fixed and mobile services can become outdated
19 September 2023 | Research
Article | PDF (3 pages) | Fixed–Mobile Convergence
Traditionally, fixed–mobile convergence (FMC) services have been offered by operators that mainly use their own fixed and mobile infrastructures. However, the situation is changing – standalone operators worldwide have been making greater use of wholesale services to deliver FMC bundles.
Operators can choose from four primary options and two mixed strategies for offering FMC bundles, depending on whether they use their own infrastructure, third-party infrastructure or a combination of both to deliver fixed and mobile retail services. Each approach has its own set of advantages and disadvantages.
Offering fixed–mobile bundles beyond the usual discounting approach
Fixed–mobile convergence in Asia–Pacific, Europe and North America: trends and forecasts 2023–2028
Operators have options beyond the usual discounting approach for promoting fixed–mobile bundles