Videos from Mobile World Congress 2011: Day Three

Our final set of video reports from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona focus on operators' efforts to reclaim some of the ground lost to the likes of Apple and Google. Paolo Pescatore talks about the increasing adoption of two-sided business models among operators.

 

The Wholesale Applications Community (WAC) is an initiative to bring greater consistency to operators' software stores. In this video, Geoff Blaber considers the progress made by WAC in the 12 months since its inception.

 

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