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  • TalkTalk has announced plans to revamp its mobile TV service this summer.

    It aims to offer its 1.3 million TV customers a more streamlined platform.

    The company is working with CSG International to integrate the Ascendon digital platform with the intention of helping customers watch more content both at home and on the move.

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  • Digital services monetisation specialist CSG Systems International has confirmed that its Ascendon digital services platform will power new ways for UK quad-play operator TalkTalk TV customers to view, browse, rent or buy a wide range of video content, whether at home or on-the-go.

    TalkTalk chose Ascendon to further elevate its TV offering as a competitive digital service, aligned with consumer demand for access to video content anytime, anywhere, across devices.

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  • UK operator TalkTalk is set to revamp its mobile TV experience after extending its partnership with revenue management firm CSG International.

    TalkTalk announced at Mobile World Congress that it will integrate CSG’s digital commerce platform to allow customers to watch more content on the go, in and out of the home.

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  • A third of mobile operator customers say they may move to non-traditional providers by 2021. What can they do to hold on to customers? New data suggests mobile video could help stop them leaving, at least in the mobile saturated millennial market.

    A new survey of millennials from CSG International, a provider of revenue management solutions for telecom billing, suggests mobile video could be an opportunity for mobile operators. The company employed research firm Intengo to survey 958 18-35-year

  • CSG Systems International, a specialist in launching and monetising digital services, has announced results of its market survey, The Future of the Digital Experience: Mobile Edition. This survey evaluated the future of mobile service through the lens of the rising generation of mobile subscribers: millennials.  Through an independent research firm, CSG polled nearly 1,000 millennials (individuals 18-35) across the US, UK, Brazil and Australia on their expectations for mobile service by

  • CSG Systems International aims to assess how Millennial mobile attitudes change as they age in a new market research report.

    Surveying nearly 1,000 young adult Millennials, CSG found they have some clearly defined priorities regarding mobile service in coming years.

    That includes increasing focus on personalization, greater uptake of AI (artificial intelligence), and use of mobile services that provide intuitive high-quality entertainment content.

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  • On Thursday (Feb. 23), CSG Systems International, a digital services company, announced the results of a survey of millennials, which found they have clear priorities for their mobile services in the near future. They want personalization, artificial intelligence (AI), and as high-quality and intuitive experiences when it comes to streaming entertainment on mobile devices.

  • By Chad Dunavant, Vice President of Product Management at CSG International on February 16, 2017

  • By Ken Kennedy, Chief Technology Officer at CSG International on January 16, 2017.

    2016 was a big year for communication service providers and the pressure to introduce new digital services to consumers on-the-go reached an all-time high. Looking back to my 2016 predictions piece, I projected that service providers would be increasingly pressed with the need to transform their business models to better serve digital consumers – while also trying to manage traditional networks and

  • By Kent Steffen, President of Global Content Strategy at CSG International on November 18, 2016


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