Both Vodafone UK and EE have fallen behind schedule with technical changes needed to reintroduce charges for roaming in the EU.
Juniper wants to grab your attention and your contact details by dangling a very big leakage estimate in front of you, but offers no evidence to support it.
The GSMA’s Alex Sinclair also wants the analytics and assurance firm to manage the exchange of data between GSMA members.
Günter Haberkorn of Deutsche Telekom gave the gift of a great presentation that RAG turned into a new training course.
Telcos may underestimate the risk of leakages caused by a combination of 5G network slicing and mobile IoT devices.
Test call vendor Araxxe has shared data about 3,665 charging errors they found on behalf of 61 telcos over the last three years.
Legions of customers took to Twitter after being incorrectly charged thousands of pounds for data roaming within the European Union.
It is unwise to assume a new wholesale roaming deal will always work as expected.
GVG is being employed to implement a pan-African roaming settlement platform. Will it stop fraud and prevent African telecoms revenue being leaked overseas?
Two recent stories in the UK press show how everyone hopes network operators will suffer the cost of other people’s mistakes.