Residential: providing a differentiated and sophisticated multi-screen pay-TV experience. The growing connectivity available on next generation access networks will continue to be an overriding trend in the residential segment enabling the simultaneous connection of multiple devices through wireless and wireline networks inside the customer home (TVs, games consoles, PCs, laptops, tablets, smartphones). Multi-screen TV is a key lever for differentiation and Meo is already converging towards a seamless offering on the TV, PC and smartphone. Cloud-based services are becoming an increasingly popular reality allowing easy access to software and technology and higher security in the storage of key information. PT is following this trend having launched an on-demand advanced gaming service in 2010.
Personal: mobile data and convergence as key growth levers
The increased penetration of smartphones, laptops and other mobile data devices, coupled with an explosive growth and proliferation of data services and apps, sets a favourable background for mobile data services. PT is clearly in the forefront of mobility data services, offering TV (Meo Mobile), music (Music Box) and access to social networks through innovative aggregator and convergent services, which leverage the know-how and brand of Sapo. Additionally TMN remains focused on designing new tariff plans, like the “e”, an innovative prepaid plan, or the “Unlimited” post-paid plan, which are simpler and customisable and aimed at catalysing the upselling of Internet and lock-in of high value customers, shifting way from pricing competition.
Enterprise: new services for both corporates and small/medium business leveraging on PT’s unique transport and access networks
Through investments in infrastructure and telecom-IT convergence, PT intends to develop and market advanced integrated solutions for the corporate and SME segments aimed at promoting the penetration of IT/IS and BPO services, thus increasing customer share of wallet and loyalty in these competitive market segments. PT will also leverage its new leading-edge data centre and cloud Cloud computing, in partnership with Cisco and Microsoft, in order to supply new and distinctive services to the market.
Maximise the strategic value of PT’s international assets, reinforcing the focus on Brazil and sub-Saharian Africa
Given PT’s scale, growth prospects and starting position, the Brazilian market remains a priority. Africa will continue to be an important source of growth as well, where PT will reinforce partnerships and explore value-creating investment opportunities.
Brazil: data growth and convergence
In Brazil, through its investment in and partnership with Oi, PT will focus its efforts on leveraging its successful experience in developing innovative and technologically advanced solutions for corporate customers, fixed-mobile convergent offers, mobile broadband, pay-TV and triple-play services to
contribute significantly to improve further Oi’s operational and financial performance, considering its strong presence in the Brazilian market and the potential for future growth.
Africa and Asia: Opportunistic M&A and consolidation
PT continues to focus on improving the efficiency of international operations through sharing of best practices amongst all its subsidiaries and through an increased proximity that is being achieved by having top management travel frequently to PT’s operations around the world to better follow-up key
developments in each geography.
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