Some 70% of American adults ages 18 and older have a high-speed broadband connection at home as of May 2013, according to the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project.
In the year ahead, telecommunications companies will be focused on delivering advanced connectivity and higher performance to customers while reinforcing value and competitiveness. Our 2023 outlook examines five trends shaping telecom industry growth and business strategy, from 5G monetization to edge computing to an increasing focus on sustainability.
The survey finds that the U.S. has possibly reached a level where most of the addressable market has a mobile device and service.
A new study of loyalty among mobile phone users in the U.S., released by WDS, A Xerox Company, has worrying implications for wireless carriers. The WDS Mobile Loyalty Audit 2013 reveals that 36 percent of U.S. customers are considering leaving their mobile carrier in the next 12 months. The study, which integrates new survey data from research specialist TNS, also finds that only 13 percent of customers show the level of loyalty required to protect them from competitive offers and service disruptions.
Univision Communications Inc. and AT&T announced a multi-year, multi-platform content agreement to deliver Univision content across all of AT&T’s platforms, including U-verse® TV, online, smartphones and tablets.
The study presents the results of the first nationwide performance study of residential wireline broadband service in the United States. The study examined service offerings from 13 of the largest wireline broadband providers using automated, direct measurements of broadband performance delivered to the homes of thousands of volunteers during March 2011. DOWNLOAD Report Here.