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Energy, travel and telecoms industries are worst for customer service – Which?

Energy, travel and telecoms brands are the most hated industries for their customer service, while car maintenance brands have the most impressed customers, Which? analysis reveals. Telecoms brands scored an average of 69% for customer service, based on the big brands we included in our survey of 3,690 members of the public. Energy firms weren’t far behind, with an average ... Read More »

Telecoms Flat Amid Hedging on Rates — Telecoms Roundup – Fox Business

Shares of telecommunications companies were flat as traders hedged their bets on the outlook for rates. Continue Reading Below Defensive sectors such as telecoms and utilities have typically thrived when rate expectations are declining. Treasurys bounced around after reports of weaker-than-anticipated jobs and wage growth, suggesting traders didn’t believe the data changed the Federal Reserve’s calculus. Rob Curran, rob.curran@dowjones.com (END) ... Read More »

telecom sector: Government panel dashes telecoms sector's hopes … – Economic Times

New Delhi | Kolkata: India’s telecom operators may be disappointed with the refusal to ease spectrum cap rules by a government panel, which believes extending the fee-payment tenure for auctioned airwaves and lowering interest rates payable on dues will be enough to help restore the heavily indebted industry’s financial health. In a report finalised after three months of discussions with ... Read More »

Government panel dashes telecoms sector's hopes of easing spectrum cap rules – Economic Times

New Delhi | Kolkata: India’s telecom operators may be disappointed with the refusal to ease spectrum cap rules by a government panel, which believes extending the fee-payment tenure for auctioned airwaves and lowering interest rates payable on dues will be enough to help restore the heavily indebted industry’s financial health. In a report finalised after three months of discussions with ... Read More »

Marketers May Look To Telecoms For Omnichannel Help – MediaPost Communications

For all the challenges the telecommunications industry faces connecting with its consumers, they may have information of great assistance to other marketers looking to find their way in the omni-channel.  New research from the Chief Marketing Officer Council finds that many brands are interested in partnering with telecommunications companies to unlock consumer data to help their marketing programs. In a ... Read More »

Telecoms Pay for Totally Shocking Analysis of Net Neutrality Comments – Gizmodo

Photo: Getty Today is the last day to submit comments on the proposal to kill open internet rules to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Good luck with that, though. The public comment period has been complete disaster from the start, and a new study funded by big telecom suggests that the record-setting 21 million comments already submitted are basically worthless. ... Read More »

Telecoms Down as Strong Economic Data Seen Boosting Rates — Telecoms Roundup – Fox Business

Shares of telecommunications companies ticked lower as strong economic data hastened a rotation into more cyclical areas. Continue Reading Below Shares of Dycom slid after the telecom-equipment construction company posted quarterly earnings short of some investors’ expectations. Analysts at brokerage FBR Capital said the struggles in the latest quarter were a mere “hiccup,” reflecting AT&T’s moderation in spending around the ... Read More »

Telecoms back new area code – Jamaica to implement 10-digit … – Jamaica Gleaner

Following sensitisation sessions involving public- and private-sector groups over the last six months, telecommunications companies Digicel and FLOW said there are plans to engage the wider public about the new 658 area code to be implemented in Jamaica next year, which will be in addition to the existing 876. Ten-digit dialling will also become compulsory . In a statement yesterday, ... Read More »