Is there $250bn in new 'Two-Sided' Telecoms Business Models?

Is there $250bn in new 'Two-Sided' Telecoms Business Models?

STL, with their Telco 2.0 project, have recently published a report on Future Broadband Business Models titled ‘Beyond Bundling: Growth Strategies for Fixed and Mobile Broadband‘.

The report provides significant food for thought for everyone in the broadband value chain. Fundamentally, the report suggests that Telcos need to adopt two-sided business models that make more use of assets they have which they currently don’t exploit. STL estimate that there could be as much as $250bn in these new business models.

STL are providing the opportunity for the industry to discuss these ideas, and others, at their next Telco 2.0 Executive Brainstorm. The 4th in the series, the event aims to draw together everyone in the value chain, from telcos and content providers to regulators and investors, to discuss the future of the industry and the shape of the market to come.

The BSG are supporting the event. For further information regarding the Telco 2.0 4th Executive Brainstorm, please visit the Telco 2.0 website.

STL Telco 2.0 report overview