With demographic and traffic dividends gradually disappearing, mobile operators face a slow increase in mobile broadband (MBB) services and urgently need to seek new revenue streams. Video and cloud services gradually have become basic Internet services and new services, such as Internet of things (IoT), smart home, smart city, mobile payment, and business to business (B2B) services, are springing up. All these services will become major driving forces for ultra-broadband (UBB) development, and will also become growth engines for operators. Currently, single MBB services can no longer meet the requirements of individuals, homes, and enterprise users for diversified and unified experience. To solve this problem, operators must develop new basic services and implement fixed mobile convergence (FMC) business development by fully utilizing pipeline and service advantages. In addition, they must build differentiated competitive edges by providing differentiated service experience.
The mobile to FMC strategy is important and necessary for helping mobile operators to face new challenges and opportunities by supporting the transformation of infrastructures and services. Mobile to FMC is also the prerequisite for operators to implement digital operation and become digital service providers. Full service operation has become a new norm for operators' business development. Huawei created a range of mobile to FMC solutions to address mobile operators' business development. By using Huawei's solutions, mobile operators can make precise investments and efficiently build networks based on their existing network resources. Additionally, they can use innovative business models to accurately develop users and enhance user experience, shifting from mobile service operation to full service operation.
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