Temkin Experience Ratings Industry Snapshot: Wireless

Customer Experience Matters

Congratulations to MetroPCS for earning the top customer experience score in the wireless industry. Of the nine wireless carriers included in this year’s Ratings, MetroPCS earned the highest score with a rating of 73%, putting it in 95th place overall out of 318 companies across 20 industries. The post Temkin Experience Ratings Industry Snapshot: Wireless appeared first on Customer Experience Matters®.

VoWiFi 911 and Application of Proximity Check


Wireless location has historically been derived from the cell tower and VoIP location from the subscriber’s pre-provisioned address. Carrier Services E9-1-1 Services Safety Services Wireless E911 VoWiFi wireless locationBy: Marcus Andronici, Principal Sales Engineer.

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RCDA drives KPI achievement through call flow enhancement and agent and leadership development

Robert Davis

By Brad Baumunk , President and COO. RCDA has invested many years in research to drive KPI achievement through call flow enhancement and agent and leadership development. We have validated our approach through dozens of engagements with our clients.

What Users Request Most in a Headset

Contact Center Pipeline

Sennheiser has been in the business of creating high-performance audio for more than 70 years, and is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of headphones, microphones, audioconferencing solutions, and wireless transmission systems.

Cell Phone Inventor Predicts the Next Big Thing

Brad Cleveland

According to Marty Cooper, 87 years old and a pioneerin wireless communication, cell phones have a big flaw: you constantly have to charge them. And that’s true for all connected wearables (e.g., watches, glasses, health devices).

Emotion as a Key Driver in Customer Loyalty

Brad Cleveland

Earlier this year, Forrester released its “2014 Customer Experience Index,” which ranked 150-or-so brands across 14 industries.

Q & A with Customer Experience Futurist Blake Morgan

Bill Quiseng

She has worked with Intel, Verizon Wireless, and many more. I had the great opportunity to interview Blake Morgan , customer experience futurist about her new book, More is More: How the Best Companies Go Farther and Work Harder to Create Knock-Your-Socks Off Customer Experiences.

Don’t Let Millions of Dollars Sail Away


If companies contact customers on their wireless devices without explicit consent (hint: having a business relationship with them is not enough), they risk not being compliant with TCPA regulations. Despite outbound calling jokes , there is no denying that it’s an important business strategy.

Meeting Customers’ Demands for Tech Support in the Age of IoT


The explosion of billions of physical devices, systems and technologies around the globe and into our lives have provided us with an opportunity to connect to the internet while collecting and sharing data.

Enterprise E911 Regulations Explained


I’m passionate about the issues of 911 within MLTS for good reason: wireless, wireline and VoIP communications are all subject to federal regulations. Mary Boyd. VP of Government & Regulatory Affairs.

When Improv Meets Business


Let’s say I contact my wireless phone provider. If you were paying attention, you might notice that I didn’t call my wireless provider. Customer Experience. I recently was invited by Pegasystems to attend Pegaworld 2016, their annual users’ conference.

When ‘Push’ Marketing Goes Too Far

Beyond Philosophy

A couple of years ago, our local newspaper, The Philadelphia Inquirer, ran a disturbing story about how a mortgage loan company in Phoenix had sent spam advertising messages which appeared on the screens of thousands of wireless phone customers. In the United States, phone numbers are allocated to wireless companies in blocks of 9,999, all beginning with the same three-digit prefix following the area code. Wireless text messaging is widely used in the U.S.;

How Not To Engage Employees: Telecoms Lead The Way Again

Beyond Philosophy

Whilst the strike is mainly on the traditional telecoms service it is not just being contained there as you can imagine, with an overall brand perception at a 3 year low and this is having a negative effect on Verizon Wireless.

Telecoms in Mumbai: What It Teaches Us about India and CX

Beyond Philosophy

A strong majority (74%) would switch providers if they could get the same level of wireless connectivity from an online provider (such as Google). Apple, Facebook or Google) provided comparable wireless connectivity.

How Healthcare Providers Can Help Patients Manage Their Health at No Cost 


and the patient has the same access and coverage as their current paid wireless solution.

Top contact center authentication stories of 2017


New hacks continue to expose weak points in multifactor authentication, particularly for banks and wireless carriers that are reluctant to go beyond SMS-based texts and knowledge-based methods to identify customers.

5 Top Customer Service Articles For the Week of January 22, 2018


The authors started by surveying 400,000 customers who interacted with brands in the airline and wireless industries to find out how much more customers would spend if they received better service.

Shocking! Telecoms Fail Again!

Beyond Philosophy

AT&T, for example, sent this text to its wireless customers in Florida: “…we’d like to help out during this difficult time. After Hurricane Irma’s recent march through Florida, millions of people lost internet, phone and cell phone service.

Guest Blog: An Unlikely Business Makeover


You may be thinking utility companies, budget airlines, wireless carriers or shipping companies. This week we feature an article by Josh Linkner about the DMV, The Department of Motor Vehicles, experience.

4 Powerful Rules to Create Employee and Customer Word-of-Mouth Programs That Work

Beyond Philosophy

Up until electronic interaction – the Internet and wireless devices for accessing the web on a mobile basis – changed the character of communication and engagement forever, companies frequently deluded themselves that they were in control of the awareness and influence processes.

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Guest Blog: Moving Past The Fairy Tale – 5 Examples of Great Service


Sprint Wireless overhauled their customer care program, providing their call-center agents with real-time recommendations to improve retention. This week we feature an article by Matt Nolan who talks about what a great customer service experience really is.

How Customer Service Can Save Cable

Customers That Stick

How long before someone figures out a wireless or other technology that makes cable the old tech? In the Temkin Group’s 2015 Experience Ratings Industry Snapshots, Internet Service Providers were ranked last out of 20 different industries.

Why Marriott Is Not ‘Plugged In’ to the Customer Experience

Chad Schaeffer

Wireless charging stations are relatively inexpensive, why aren’t more places offering this? Hope you all have fun plans lined up for the 4th, I can’t wait to spend a few long weekends in northern Michigan later in July and August.

How to Strategically Compete Against Your Peers… And Yourself

Beyond Philosophy

We’ve seen this in the past with directly competitive product and service feature-for-feature advertising and marketing; and we are still identifying it in such sectors as automotive, retailing, cable television, banking, and wireless lelecom. Michael Lowenstein, Ph.D., CMC Thought Leadership Principal, Beyond Philosophy.

Ad-Blocking Sends Clear CX Message: Get Obnoxious Ads out of my UX

Beyond Philosophy

Moreover, if you aren’t on a wireless router, they are burning your data (that you had budgeted for streaming important cat videos). Apple’s latest operating system iOS 9 allows people to block ads while mobile browsing, a development that has digital marketers and publishers in a twist. As Ad Blocking pushes online advertising to the brink of irrelevancy, it’s important to appreciate how the User Experience (UX) provides an integral link to Customer Experience (CX).

How to Strategically Compete Against Your Peers… And Yourself

Beyond Philosophy

We’ve seen this in the past with directly competitive product and service feature-for-feature advertising and marketing; and we are still identifying it in such sectors as automotive, retailing, cable television, banking, and wireless lelecom. Michael Lowenstein, Ph.D., CMC Thought Leadership Principal, Beyond Philosophy.

Customer Rage Study Podcast: Interview With Scott Broetzmann and Mary Murcott

Connecting the Dots

The cable companies were not in telephone service, were not in security, were not in wireless service. CCMC ~. This podcast is brought to you by the Center for Services Leadership, a groundbreaking research center in the W.P Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.

What Target Is Doing to Regain Consumer Trust – – And One of The Most Effective Things They (and GM) Could/Should Do

Beyond Philosophy

Time in the store equates to spending on coffee and other products, so Starbucks began testing wireless recharging mats at various locations. Michael Lowenstein, Ph.D., CMC, is Thought Leadership Principal for Beyond Philosophy. Target has issued press releases, and been on television, speaking to the fact that they are bringing in new senior IT execs to oversee customer data management.

Slow Death of the Black Friday Tradition?

Beyond Philosophy

A large part of what that means to us is to not open any of our GameStop, SimplyMac, Spring Mobile or Cricket Wireless U.S. Social media feeds across the USA are sporting this meme. With a cry for solidarity from consumers across the U.S. to boycott Black Thursday, retailers have to make a choice whether to embrace or buck the trend of “Black Thursday.” I wonder, has Black Thursday officially replaced Black Friday? Are we witness to the slow death of a holiday tradition?