Andy Tiller Andy Tiller VP Corporate Product Marketing - AsiaInfo

Recent Entries

  • Embed the operator – not just the SIM

    The advent of the embedded SIM, or e-SIM, is seen by many operators as a threat to their business models.   SIMs that can be soft-switched between networks would appear to make it easier for customers – and in particular millions of devices on the IoT – to be moved between network...
  • A wiser approach to raising revenue

    We noted an unusual news story this month, which raises the spectre of telecoms consumers being targeted as a source of government revenue. According to this report, the Nigerian government is looking at imposing a communication service tax on consumers of voice, data, SMS, MMS and payTV servic...
  • Clear minds look to the Cloud

    In Barcelona for MWC last week the outlook was all clear skies with a temperature that was very acceptable for the time of year. But it seemed as if the telco service providers at the event were more interested than ever before in looking to the Cloud, and for companies like us, that means the tempe...
  • Upwardly mobile

    If you work in the mobile industry, you know it is that time of year again – the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which opens on Monday 22 February. Last year the event saw more than 93,000 visitors from 200 countries – numbers that ‘shattered previous records,’ ...
  • Whether its usage or using – data dominates the agenda

      It’s been a busy month for telecoms industry conferences for us. We were sponsors at both the Global Telecoms Business Marketing Summit and at the Next Generation BSS conference in London.   Although very different events in their make-up, one thing that struck us about both e...
  • Ad-blocking by Apple might spoil the barrel

    Customer data – gathering it, analyzing it and monetizing it, is the mobile internet’s hot topic of the moment. And operators need to pay close attention. Last month it was Spotify in the news for its revamped T&Cs that contained unwanted intrusion into its users’ personal lives. T...
  • Spotify proves the “what’s in it for me?” rule for operators

    Spotify has caused quite a stir with its revised terms and conditions for subscribers.  For every 90 or so consumers who simply tick the “accept” box without reading the small print, there are at least ten who get out their fine toothcomb.   Small wonder then that some change...