Frost to Stage Free MVNO Briefing

David Murphy

Analyst Frost & Sullivan will host a free telephone and web briefing on Tuesday 23 October at 16.00 BST to provide industry participants with an overview of its recently-published study focusing on Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) The web conference is open to everyone who is interested in the sector.
MVNOs are increasingly becoming a relevant presence in the European mobile market, the company notes. In some cases, the subscriber base exceeds 1 million, and their market share of subscribers can reach 10%.
The briefing is based upon ongoing MVNO industry analysis. The report provides an insight into the dynamics guiding this market, and includes market challenges, drivers, restraints and avenues of opportunity for growth. The purpose of the research is to gain a deeper understanding of the MVNO industry and its market revenue value. The analyst briefing will discuss the concept and business models of MVNOs. It will also illustrate the distribution of MVNOs in the various European markets and their impact on the mobile landscape.
Frost & Sullivan says the briefing can benefit mobile network operators, MVNOs and mobile service provider,s in order to analyse market opportunities at a national and European level. The briefing should be also of interest for any organisation that is planning to enter the mobile market as an MVNO.
Mobile virtual network operators are gaining significant relevance in the European mobile market, says Saverio Romeo, Research Analyst for Frost & Sullivans Mobile and Wireless Communications group. This is due to their aggressive price strategies, but also to their ability to address mobility needs of specific social groups.
To take part in the call, send an e-mail to Joanna.lewandowska@frost.com with the following information: your full name, company name, title, telephone number, email address, city, state and country. Upon receipt of the above information, a registration link will be e-mailed to you. Additionally, a recorded version of the briefing will be accessible to anyone at any time for three months following the live briefing date.
You can access free strategic insights from Frost & Sullivan here.