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For telecommunication service providers to succeed in this fast-growing industry, it is essential to develop a marketing strategy that enables organizations to build long-term relationships with their customers. The telecommunications industry, like many other industries, is constantly changing. These changes include technological advances, market innovations, adjustments in consumer behavior and more. Telecommunications companies that listen to the market and are not stuck in their old ways are the most successful enterprises. Telecom providers market their products and services to individual consumers, business customers and other carriers. Marketing methods vary from sector to sector. The goal of telecom marketing is to get the most revenue from your network and increase customer loyalty. Consequently, the most important objective of a marketer is to build strong relationships with customers through various marketing channels. Digital Marketing One way for companies in this sector to begin building its marketing plan, is to develop an…

DIDWW joins GSMA DIDWW, a global cloud communications service provider, has announced that it has become an associate member of the GSMA, an industry organization that represents the interests of mobile operators around the world. The GSMA supports the latest technological innovations and the development of the mobile ecosystem to promote digital transformation and industrial growth. GSMA membership allows DIDWW to actively take part in technical working groups, establish new business relationships, and develop strategies that will greatly contribute to the wider adoption of hosted VoIP services. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/4urtcbtz Mediacom to expansion broadband to 500K locations The US operator Mediacom has revealed its plan to provide high-speed broadband to another 500,000 under-serviced homes and businesses over the next three years. This scaling-up will include a combination of new facilities supported by state and federal broadband grants, line extensions and the development of fixed wireless access (FWA) using recently…

Technology and platform provider plan.com has announced a new market-leading Hosted Voice solution that allows customers to connect, configure and manage their phone system on a single platform. This new initiative unites a scalable digital phone system with real-time insights, data analytics and simplified navigation on the my.plan platform.   The new plan.com’s Hosted Voice solution refers to the evolution of its existing B2B communications solutions that were built from scratch according to partner and customer feedback and input. Moreover, this new offering merges into the company’s my.plan platform and, when combined with its mobile solutions, gives companies employees the ability to work and stay connected anywhere.   This solution offers the latest hardware combined with a unique variety of features and embedded customization having a broad range of features, controls and instant alerts, allowing users to create a solution that meets their unique business needs.   Some of the…

Vodafone and Google Cloud have announced a six-year strategic partnership to promote the use of reliable and secure data analytics and insights in support of new digital products and services that will be introduced to Vodafone’s customers around the world.   Under the terms of the expanded agreement, the companies will work together to create a new and robust integrated data platform with additional capabilities to process and transfer huge amounts of data worldwide from numerous systems to the cloud. As part of the six-year contract, Vodafone will also transfer data from its own servers to Google Cloud.   The platform “Nucleus” will feature a new system – “Dynamo”. This platform will manage data across Vodafone to offer its customers new, customized products and services in a variety of markets. The platform will be able to process about 50 terabytes of data per day in the cloud, which equates to…

Telefonica reveals a new rebrand Telefonica has announced its new rebrand at the company’s annual general meeting. The company also reelected its Chairman and CEO Jose Maria Alvarez-Pallete to its board for a further four-year term with increased backing from shareholders. The newly refurbished design will be used in the company’s brands under the Telefonica name, but will not replace the Telefonica-owned consumer-facing identities O2 and Movistar. According to the company, the new logo reflects extensive restructuring efforts started in 2019 and is reminiscent of the 1984 logo that also resembled the letter T made-up of small circles. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/34hwm3ve AT&T gifts boost in fiber speed to its customers AT&T has announced that it is giving its customers a free increase in fiber speeds. The company is increasing its access speeds from 100 Mbps to 300 Mbps, and 300 Mbps to 500 Mbps respectively. The company will continue…

T-Mobile US, an American wireless network operator, has announced a partnership with Zyter, a provider of cloud-based, software as a service (SaaS) digital health products. The companies are partnering to deliver virtual healthcare solutions to healthcare organizations and their patients across the US, including telehealth and remote patient monitoring and care team collaboration.    The alliance comes at a time of high demand for virtual healthcare. Since the start of the pandemic, 51% of US residents have expressed concern about visiting hospitals and other healthcare facilities.   The partnership aims to make virtual care accessible to more people in order to improve patient outcomes, lower readmission hospital rates and improve patient wellbeing. This agreement will serve healthcare organizations in providing remote and secure communications between patients and health care teams in order to monitor, diagnose, and remotely treat patients wherever they are, making use of the T-Mobile 4G and 5G…

Innovative communication solutions are a great way to streamline business processes, increase productivity and ensure a smooth and scalable expansion. German-based Hemmersbach, a renowned service provider of IT infrastructure – DaaS (Device as a Service) and GFS (Global Field Service) – has teamed up with DIDWW, a leading provider of premium quality cloud communication services, to establish a strong local presence across the world with DID numbers and SIP trunks.   This initiative will see the DIDWW private global voice and SMS network enabling seamless communication for Hemmersbach, which currently serves customers in more than 190 countries and operates through 50 subsidiaries worldwide.   To successfully manage such a large volume of internal and external communications, Hemmersbach will leverage the robust and geo-redundant VoIP network at DIDWW. The company’s extensive international coverage of virtual phone numbers and its powerful local dialing solution will ensure a fully-compliant and reliable service, as…

A good VoIP provider ensures seamless online telecommunications services of the highest quality for business of all sizes, making interactions easier and more gratifying for both employees and customers. Plus, the best thing about VoIP services is that they are less expensive than traditional phone systems and much easier to set up. In addition, with cloud VoIP, clients can move direct extensions to new geographic locations with just a few clicks in the provided self-management platform. However, choosing the right service provider is not such an easy task. With so many options, how do you decide which one is right for you? If you are having a hard time choosing one, then you are in the right place. In this article, we discuss the top-rated VoIP systems for 2021. 8×8 Inc. provides cloud communications and customer engagement solutions. This includes voice, contact center, video, mobile and unified communications…

European Commission proposes new AI regulations The European Commission is proposing new rules that would allow it to ban any type or deployment of AI that it considers high-risk. The organization also proposes much stricter rules and limitations on the use of biometric data, such as law enforcement using face recognition. Violation of the rules may result in fines of up to 6% of the offending company’s total global turnover. For the biggest tech companies, that sum could reach billions. The commission’s digital chief, Margrethe Vestager, said: “On artificial intelligence, trust is a must, not a nice-to-have.” Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/5e8wcufu Cisco to invest $100 million to combat climate change Cisco has unveiled plans to invest $100 million over the next 10 years to help fight climate change, using the fund in its name for initiatives aimed at reducing emissions and educating communities. Cisco’s efforts will be global, and funding…

Deutsche Telekom (DT) has announced that it is investing an undisclosed amount in the blockchain payment platform Celo. The company also purchased an unspecified amount of Celo digital tokens to be used on the platform. Deutsche Telekom will be the first telecommunications company to join the Celo Alliance for Prosperity.   Celo is an open-source blockchain ecosystem that focuses on making decentralized financial (DeFi) systems and tools accessible via the smartphone. The Celo ecosystem includes a decentralized, proof-of-stake blockchain technology package, a native asset (CELO), two stablecoins (cUSD and cEUR) and the Celo Foundation Alliance of Prosperity. The company was launched in 2017 and has maintained a low profile in the crypto market. However, this has changed in recent months, in part due to the recent $20 million funding raised by blue venture capital firms, including Andreessen Horowitz.   This move by  DT represents their initial foray into and testing…