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StephenGiderson
StephenGiderson
8/30/2018 11:49:39 PM
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Re: Customer Experience Would be a Key Differentiator
I think that even for people who are not actively developing or invested in the MVNO industries would have something to learn from sitting into this talk ad finding out what kind of insights the panel has to share about where they are taking this technology forward. Some of the questions posed here regarding how they are going to move the applicability of the technology to their customers and continue to provide good services is something that I'm sure everyone can appreciate.

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salujakb
salujakb
3/30/2017 5:12:07 AM
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Comms Guru
Customer Experience Would be a Key Differentiator
This is not a new thing, as customer experience has been termed as the strongest differentiator by the likes of Gartner. With changing customer needs, MVNOs will need to upgrade their services & solutions to meet those. Also, with price & product quality as other differentiators available, MVNOs will face a lesser competition in this segment as they already cater to a specific audience with customer-specific plans. Thus, a key challenge MVNOs need to address is how to ensure customer satisfaction, for which they will need to understand thier needs, deploy the right strategies, solutions, and tools. MVNOs in Africa can take reference from both failed & successful virtual operators in the already developed European market to frame a successful business model.

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