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Telecom's Fraud Problem

Research Rewind
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This week in Research Rewind, we have more downloadable research previews for your reading pleasure.

  • The latest Heavy Reading Service Provider IT Insider, "Bigger Than Disney: Telecom Fraud Tops $40 Billion a Year," takes a close look at the telecom services industry's theft problem. Click the link to download free excerpt. A related blog post is here.
  • Elsewhere on Heavy Reading, Patrick Donegan, Senior Analyst, Wireless, asks a simple question: "Who's Going to Buy NSN?"
  • Will Netflix be able to thrive in emerging markets? Check out Pyramid's perspective in our new blog post, "Netflix in Latin America? Not So Fast."
  • Looking for your daily telecom news fix? You can get Matt's Mentions, a free, daily telecom newsletter, sent straight to your inbox by registering at Pyramid Research or updating your profile here. Or click here for a sample.
  • Looking for the latest in telecom news, tweets and retweets? Follow me on Twitter @PyramidMatt.
That's Research Rewind for this week. Until next Friday, we'll see you online at Pyramid Research and Heavy Reading. May the telecom be with you!

— Matt Donnelly, Managing Editor, Pyramid Research

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