Definition Edit

Fixed mobile convergence is

the ability of telecommunications companies to provide their subscribers with services that interact with and use both the fixed networks of incumbent wireline and/or cable operators and the mobile/cellular networks of mobile operators. For subscribers, fixed mobile convergence offers simplicity: They can access the data, voice, or video services and information they want without concern for how the service is actually delivered and with the trust that they will be charged accurately.[1]

References Edit

  1. Fixed and Mobile Networks: Substitution, Complementarity and Convergence, at 9.