While single-subscriber simulations are still important to Telecoms pricing analytics, things heat up much more when calculating impacts of household offers.
A simple family plan with two (three) plans on member level combined with one out three two available data pools will end in 96 (729) combinations. Complexity increases in multiple dimensions.
With Clintview analyst, product and campaign managers can team up to make the best out of household and bundle offers for every stage of the lifecycle. The concept for handling bundles is innovative and suits to households as well as for handling convergent, eSIM and B2B offers.
Simulating each possible product for each subscriber and find the best combination will kill your storage, memory and processors. So how to reduce complexity?
Group subscribers, allow or forbid product combinations, plan your simulation and think in advance about your offers.