Keeping pace with the changing world of telecoms.
With the advent of the 5G network and the development of the Internet of Things, telecoms operators (telcos) are creating a new generation of data-based services. BNP Paribas Cardif provides services tailored to the sector’s needs, and is working alongside some of its biggest names.
Thanks to the hyper-digitisation driven by the Internet of Everything (IoE), telecom operators (telcos) are at the heart of the 4th Industrial Revolution. Telcos are today investing heavily in 5G to ensure their traditional business while transforming their model, to be part of the next generation of services built around data. This shift will provide a seamless customer experience, whether in banking, data security, healthcare, entertainment, autonomous cars or smart home solutions.
BNP Paribas Cardif has a close working relationship with two of the top 10 telecommunications providers. With our strong entrepreneurial spirit, we are keeping pace with the changes affecting telcos. We are continuously exploring the market and innovating to anticipate the challenges they face and the needs of their customers.
As a partner of telcos, we “protect” their customers’ connectivity through the theft-and-damage insurance we offer for new devices. In addition, we can help telcos develop their CSR strategy and ensure the impact of their sustainable development policies with our used-devices insurance.
Data security and cyber risks are urgent concerns for telcos. We have developed a cyber insurance that offers peace of mind with regard to these new and growing risks.
Thanks to its robust cross-industry expertise, BNP Paribas Cardif has developed a diversified and tailored range of products around E-payments, E-health, mobility, connected cars and more, all designed to meet end-users’ expectations.
BNP Paribas Cardif has set up a dedicated team to focus on this sector. As experts in insurance distribution, marketing and innovation, we are well placed to build the future of mobile communications, hand-in-hand with telcos.