Individual communication services and tariffs

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Individual communication services and tariffs is the regulatory protected ability for an identified user to obtain from a communication service provider, by a bilateral specific contract, a combination of the service and related content, at a specific price (called a tariff chosen by the user) corresponding to a user request specified with a service demand profile and some duration.

Individual service, is then the communication service supplied in the way stated above, with a request and specification by the user; Individual tariff, is then the price paid by the user for such an individual service.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chen, H. and L.-F. Pau (2007). Individual Tariffs for Mobile Services: Analysis of Operator Business and Risk Consequences. Sixth International Conference on the Management of Mobile Business (ICMB’07), Toronto, Canada, IEEE Computer Society
  2. ^ Chen, H. and L.-F. Pau (2006). Individual Tariffs for Mobile Services: Theoretical Framework and a Computational Case in Mobile Music. International Conference on Mobile Business (ICMB'06), Copenhagen, Denmark, IEEE Computer Society