Cellular Location-as-a-Service: A New Revenue Stream For Carriers?

by Samuel McLaughlin | 1Q 2018 | IN-5055

Most mobile network operators (MNOs) are experiencing declining average revenue per user (ARPU) as increasing competition and regulation have resulted in lower prices for voice calls. This factor, along with limited subscriber growth potential in regions where mobile phone subscription penetration is high, has increasingly led MNOs to focus on value-added services for generating revenue. These services include location-based services (LBS) that have been part of many MNOs’ service portfolios to enable traditional handset applications like navigation.

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