• Operators stand to lose $25bn in roaming revenues

    14 days ago - By Tech Radar

    Travel disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak will cost the global mobile industry up to $25 billion in lost roaming revenues, Juniper Research has claimed. Analysts say in the worst case scenario, in which international travel is restricted for up to nine months, up to 650 million trips would be cancelled. This accounts for four in five international journeys. Exacerbating the potential losses is the fact that disruption is likely to occur during the peak travel months of June, July, and August. The losses in these three months alone could be as high as $12 billion.
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