Recently, Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM) and BT, two of the three tier one operators in Europe who've adopted Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) have decided to ditch the fixed/mobile convergence service. I wonder what that spells for the future uptake of 3G femtocells!?
While femtos are based on an entirely different technology, their value proposition seems to go in same direction: Replacement of the fixed line telephony service and better indoor coverage. Looks like users are not ready for it yet. So what's your opinion, why should femtos be more successful than UMA?