B/OSSRSS

Orange Slovakia pushes shared data bundles

Shared data bundles are becoming more popular

Orange Slovakia this week tapped up B/OSS specialist Openet for a Policy and Charging Control (PCC) infrastructure to enable a major rollout of advanced shared data bundles. The deployment makes it possible for Orange to quickly define segmented data offers, with associated balances, notifications and policy rules for its 2.8 million subscribers.

Redknee announces group-wide deal with Telekom Austria

Redknee wins a deal with Telekom Austria

Canadian billing and charging specialist Redknee Solutions has announced a $6m deal with Austrian incumbent Telekom Austria that will see the vendor’s real-time billing, charging and customer care solution deployed across the operator’s portfolio in Central and Eastern Europe.

US carriers look to tariff innovations

Sprint launches unlimited plans

Mobile operators continue to focus on more innovative billing and tariffing models, with US carrier Sprint launching a plan guaranteeing unlimited calls, texts and data for the lifetime of the line of service.

Enterprise billing and the move to market efficiency

Dave Labuda, founder and CEO, Matrixx Software

Matrixx Software founder and CEO Dave Labuda tells Telecoms.com why operators need to move to sophisticated, real-time billing solutions for the enterprise and, in doing so, claw back lost millions and create true market efficiency.

Ericsson builds B/OSS bulk with ConceptWave acquisition

Ericsson now claims to have the industry's leading B/OSS portfolio

Swedish vendor Ericsson, which leads the infrastructure supply and service market has announced the acquisition of Canadian B/OSS provider ConceptWave. The price paid in the all-cash deal for the firm, which has 170 staff, was not revealed.

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