Revenue Leakage in the Telecoms Market

Ferreira, InĂªs
March 2006
Credit Control;2006, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p55
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the existence of revenue leakage in the telecommunications sector in Great Britain. Specifically, revenue leakage can be observed in roaming services provided by telecommunications operators. GSM Association claims that roaming fraud accounts for 24 percent of the total fraud incurred by operators. One recommended solution in avoiding revenue leakage is the adoption of automated systems to offer systematic processes.


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