Areas of expertise: Future voice and data pricing strategies, yield management, customer economics and profitability, profitable smartphone strategies for operators, LTE go-to-market strategies, Wi-Fi business models
“As the Internet moves the global telecoms and media sectors further along the path of convergence, what was once seen as a threat or competitive challenge in the past is now, more than ever, evolving into an opportunity for partnership. Companies that have previously competed vigorously are now seeing the importance of working towards a common goal, rendering the traditional linear (buyer/supplier) value-chain increasingly obsolete. Our goal is to understand the challenges and opportunities underpinning this transition and to identify how value can be created.”
Thomas Wehmeier is a Principal Analyst within Informa Telecoms & Media and is a member of the Industry Research management team. He specializes in telecom operator strategies, in particular looking at the impact of technology, competition and regulation on operator business models.
Thomas has presented frequently at international events and is regularly quoted in the mainstream and trade press. Most recently, Thomas has spent time developing Informa’s views on the issues of LTE, Wi-Fi, data pricing, subsidy strategy and customer economics.
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- May 15 - 13:56 | @Rad_Francis it could be worse. You could be about to depart on holiday and set to be greeted by this... #notamused http://t.co/hbQmypaXfu
- May 13 - 9:11 | @castellovelona Beautiful, as ever. We are so looking forward to our third visit to the Velona later this week! Hope the sun stays out! :-)
- May 12 - 16:10 | RT @WifiNigel: "Facebook teams up with Cisco to offer free Wi-Fi at shops, eateries - Los Angeles Times" http://t.co/XuiDZSnsxR