With advancement of network development and increasing number of 3G/4G subscribers,
operator’s revenue is facing intense pressure and International Roaming can be a
significant source of revenue for the telecom operators. Roaming can expand their
scope and help enhance their competitiveness, by improving subscriber satisfaction
and loyalty, and attracting new subscribers. In addition, operators can increase
revenue by providing services to subscribers served by other international operators.
This 5-day course offers an extensive knowledge on the technique and the business of International Roaming as well as its voice traffic analysis and ensure that all of the parties involved in the management and protection of roaming revenues understand their role and possess a clear framework.
After successful completion of this 5-day workshop participants will be able to
This course is specially designed for professionals of mobile network operators, who need to understand the principles of roaming and roaming signaling in mobile networks. Telecommunications managers and personnel responsible for international traffic, roaming, commercial arrangements and settlements can also attend this workshop.
The training is very much informative and it offers very good overview of roaming that covers both commercial and technical aspects.
~ Ooredoo Oman on “Workshop on Roaming and International Voice Traffic”
This workshop helped me to understand how roaming actually works and what are the things to make more revenue from roaming.
~ Bhutan Telecom on “Workshop on Roaming and International Voice Traffic”
The course helped me to learn different call flow scenarios, roaming architectures, LBO, roaming services etc. in details.
~ DST on “Workshop on Roaming and International Voice Traffic”
After attending this workshop, I have learnt types of roaming schemes, roaming services, rates, regulations and how it benefits our operator in commercial perspective.
~ Tonga Communications Corporation (TCC) on “Workshop on Roaming and International Voice Traffic”