Adding 4G VoIP Makes Most of Network Investment
August 15, 2011 - News
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Offering value-added services such as VoIP is critical to monetizing 4G network investments, according to a new study from research firm Wireless 20/20 LLC.

Companies that specialize in 4G also could improve their ROI by deploying cloud delivery platforms, not just managing in-house VoIP services, analysts said. The findings apply to a range of operators, including those that do national deployments and those in rural areas.

Launching 4G VoIP results in a 25-50 percent increase in average revenue per user, Wireless 20/20 said. That’s because providers then are making the most of their capital expenditure layouts, the firm noted.

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