In this Digital era, people are more interested in going Online when it's possible thanks to rapid growth of telecommunication services.
The term ‘Unlimited downloading' to stay forever but ‘Streaming' is going to replace it completely in next few years. No telecom operator will keep its existence without getting constant revenue from the services company is providing to end users.
Technology is getting advanced every new days. Data transfer speed is primary concern while using high-speed services resulting mass production of ultra fast storage medium which is ultimately making storage medium more costly.
‘Streaming' will not only boosts telecom operator revenue but also help subscribers from spending more on storage medium.
Recently, Google, Yahoo & Bing announced to ban ‘torrent' on search result – Now internet users won't get torrent sites on search result. This is the clear sign of death for popular torrent services.
Operators are going to launch different types of streaming services in next few months – Subscribers can watch TV on the go, Movies on demand, streaming games, streaming music, Live streaming and more.
All these streaming services will deduct subscription or usage charge from mobile's main account balance instantly.
Subscribers are now free from storing contents in hard drive or offline storage medias, rather telecom operators will store contents locally and serve theme to end users at best possible speed.
Subscribers will be forced to pay for the content they are going to get access to – No matter how many times users want to get access to the same services or multimedia contents.
The operators shouting now for revenue loss will come united to build similar services. ‘Subscription based Service' is only possible way to survive the telecommunication services in future – Obviously in the best possible fair ways.
Limited amount of data and high pricing will not only curve the digital revolution but also stop the possibilities from which telecom operators will generate revenue constantly.
Streaming will completely replace the term ‘unlimited downloading' as streaming need uncapped data. This is a good sign for both subscribers as well as operators.
Operators can serve contents according to subscribers' need and, subscribers can get access to them whenever they need.
Jio is only operator which starts analyzing subscribers from the first day of its ‘service launch'. Airtel, Vodafone & Idea will follow the same but lately.
More and more digital services to come in next few years to replace physical transactions for transportation , campaign, communication, funding, lifestyle, education structures, social services and more not only across cities but in rural areas.