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ByChristian Borrman

Second Weekly Webinar… one year later :)

For many reasons, including the very sad one at the end of the video, we have taken a whole year to get back to, or get back to close to a weekly webinar! We will get there, and are commited to getting there so be sure to like and subscribe to get the updates and follow the progress to more regular and to live events:

ByChristian Borrman

First weekly webinar

We have published the edited version of the first weekly webinar on Youtube:
which covered:
Latest hero mobile devices, like Samsung S20+ and iPhone 12; why upgrade when fewer people are vs. this time last year: is it about the camera, 5G, other?

How are mobile service offerings, bundles, minutes, megabytes and messages changing with our new situation and lockdowns: is 5G all about the data, or is voice and text still important?

Use your mobile phone with its better camera as a webcam! what are the benefits beyond better resolution?

How Covid is changing our relationship with our mobile devices… is it time to take it to the next level 🙂

Here are some clips in case you don’t have time for the full thing right now:

Some people are buying a 5G device for fear of “missing out”

Why upgrade to 5G:

Mobile usage has changed with Covid and lockdown:

Advantages of working from home on productivity:

ByChristian Borrman

Weekly Webinars start 26th November 2020

We are starting our weekly webinars tomorrow 26th November, the first one will be low key and personal invite only, however from December 2020 they will available to attend in real-time to the first 100, and then available in full and in part on YouTube:

ByChristian Borrman

Real World IoT that happened in 2017 and will grow in 2018: Smart Luggage

This is the second in a series of entries on IOT in the real world that impact people’s lives directly, i.e. what is not just a predicability of the future, but things that are going to happen! smart luggage has been a while in the making, with the big brands dabbling for years, however as they have appeared on kickstarter successes already; mainstream will finally dig out their initiatives, dust them down and follow. If they don’t, you know where to spend your money doing it yourself or buying from the likes of G-Ro.

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MVNOs need a hard launch date to be successful

Have a Hard Launch Date, as early as an MVP possible and Stick to it – MVNO Gold Rules

It used to be a lot easier in the past; with full MVNOs the test window with the MNO could close and take weeks or months to access again, to name but one. However in the new cloud based world its all so flexible and easy that its easy to just keep slipping another month, but I have noticed that with this the number of failed MVNO, that is the ones that never make it to market, not those that launch and fail, is on the up.

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Keep it Simple – The seemingly hardest rule in Mobile to follow!

This is the most ignored rule of all and one of the biggest culprit of failed MVNOs, and by that I mean not the launched MVNOs that fail, but moreover the huge amount that never make it to launch due to over complication, which in turn creates delays and cost which moreover lead to uncertainty and uncontrolled risk in the eyes of many – the killer of all things new and venturous!

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