Dario Talmesio

Dario Talmesio

Dario Talmesio leads Omdia’s fixed and mobile European telecoms team. As practice leader, Europe, he monitors key market developments of the European telco scene, tracking major competitive dynamics.

Dario advises global fixed and mobile operators in key areas of their business, including strategy-related technology migration, competitive issues, MVNO and retail strategies, differentiation, and digitization, and continually monitors market developments and the competitive dynamics of the market.

Prior to joining Omdia, Dario worked for the Economist Intelligence Unit and Yankee Group. Dario holds a degree in business and economics from the Universita’ Cattolica of Milan and an MA in applied social and market research from Westminster University (London).

He is a member of the Advisory Board of the MVNO World Congress and eSIM Connect, and also chairs the MVNO Industry Awards judging process.


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COVID-19: Telco and Government Responses to the Global Pandemic

This research is intended to bring together examples of how telecoms players have responded to the global pandemic, which during 1Q20 started to spread to the rest of the world from China. ...

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COVID-19 in Europe: Telcos provide a vital connection; can they afford to keep the continent going?

We are working, socializing, learning, and shopping differently compared with the way we did a month ago: most people in Europe are now at home. But we’re still going on, and the one thing that keeps us going is access to the internet. Collectively we need to make sure that access remains resilient and affordable to all. There are countless examples of companies offering premium digital services free to help individuals and other companies carry on with their lives. Communications service providers (CSPs) are also relaxing their policies and removing or reducing restrictions on internet speed or data allowances. Unfortunately, some of these benefactors will eventually not be able to afford to be magnanimous for a prolonged period, and their generosity will end. But Europe needs to preserve the quality and affordability of its internet infrastructure. Will CSPs cope on their own?

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Mobile & Telecom
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