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There is a revenue assurance book that is so terrible that its cover is literally a bad copy of the cover of another terrible revenue assurance book.
In the past, telcos had hardly any data about customers. How did they end up being portrayed as data hogs who are too willing to share their data with the authorities?
Australian telco Optus will be hosting a Risk & Assurance Group (RAG) conference in Sydney at the end of January 2018.
Criminals are turning to the dark web to rent virtual phone numbers and purchase SIM cards for countries all over the world.
As customers we know what makes us regret signing a contract with a new supplier, so why do telcos struggle to do the same?
The report claims to forecast the revenues of revenue assurance vendors up to 2022, but covers firms that have not existed for years.
Living in a foreign country will not protect those Chinese suspected of running scams that target their homeland.
The South African regulator may demand an extra verification code be added to the porting process, but not everyone agrees that phone hijacking is linked to bank fraud.
Pirate TV may cause serious losses, but imprisoning a man after raiding his house will only turn the public against telcos.