BT Group’s takeover of mobile phone network EE has been provisionally cleared by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). The CMA said the £12.5bn deal, first announced in February, was “not expected to result in a substantial lessening of competition” in the UK”. BT shares were up 3% at midday in the wake of the CMA statement. The deal is set to create a communications giant covering fixed-line phones, broadband, mobile and TV. The takeover more than trebles BT’s retail customers adding the 10 million it already had to EE’s 24.5 million direct mobile subscribers.
This causes us to look at things from a digital marketing agency perspective in relation to the development of digital marketing channels and in particular the adoption of mobile marketing strategies as we see the widespread use of technology, mobile devices and smart phones. The business fundamental of Channel marketing looks at the avenues that any company will adopt to connect with target market customers, with EE’s customer base added to BT’s technology one can imagine how the mobile marketing channel will become more and more refined from that which we see today.
The continued adoption of the faster 4G network allows effortless usage of …..
Social media marketing
SMS text message marketing
….. all of which for the most part are accessed via the mobile devices of the consumer at large, this in turn is presenting the opportunity for companies to develop and execute specific marketing strategies that have been targeted for the mobile devices.
Whether the business that you run or work for is looking to develop specific marketing strategies that are focused around mobile, for sure the more targeted the marketing strategy is the more success and effectiveness will result from the marketing campaigns whether they be for lead generation, brand building, immediate purchase leading to the growth of the company in terms of market awareness and revenue growth.