Service providers in Southeast Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe believe their services will be based on partnerships, a new survey conducted by Frost & Sullivan and sponsored by Amdocs has found.

Fully 66 percent of respondents said they would be “service enablers,” while 33 percent expected to be the “end-to-end experience provider.” Relatively non-traditional services provided to healthcare, government, education customers and e-commerce support are expected to play key roles.

The survey also found that 90 percent of respondents believe new pricing models will emerge, based on advertising, revenue sharing, both prepaid and postpaid services, premium services, niche markets, usage-based prepaid and transactional and subscription pricing.

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