Analysis & go-to-market 2016
Preparing and presenting “How carriers are using Wi-Fi to boost their businesses” for 350 attendees at the Wi-Fi NOW 2016 event in London 25-27 October.
The presentation covered: Continue reading Speaker at Wi-Fi NOW 2016 London
For the fourth consecutive year: Comprehensive business benchmark including a total of 163 revenue, OPEX, CAPEX, TCO, productivity, traffic load and network quality KPIs – with a peer group solely consisting of network sharing joint ventures.
The following JVs were invited to participate: Continue reading Network sharing JV benchmark 2016
In this analysis – our fifth on the subject – we show how telcos, cellcos and cablecos in mature markets in Europe, America and APAC use public Wi-Fi to attract and retain customers – and to upsell.
We also update you on Wi-Fi usage and deployment. You might be surprised to see that the wide adoption of 4G LTE and an increasing use of mobile data meant more Wi-Fi, not less. Continue reading Upsell and loyalty strategies of operators: Using public Wi-Fi as customer magnet
The four largest wireless carriers in the US – Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint – all claim that they have (essentially) abandoned the two-year-binding-contract-with-subsidized-phone model.
At least in the consumer market; the model is still around in the business market.
But have they? Continue reading We’re not subsidizing. We’re just selling phones for less than what we bought them for.
For the first time, OpenSignal, the company that provides an app to crowdsource actual network performance and coverage data, has published a report showing how much time smartphones were connected to Wi-Fi – as opposed to 3G/4G.
The stats are provided for 95 countries. Continue reading Smartphone users in almost all mature markets spend more time on Wi-Fi than on 3G/4G
When Canning Fok, the co-managing director of CK Hutchison (the group that owns ‘3‘), in the earnings webcast yesterday attributed the revenue headwinds of the group to oil, foreign currency and the iPhone, two things became clear: Continue reading Without an attractive iPhone, operators’ EBITDA margin surges
Review of the present Roam Like Home offers in France, the UK, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland
15 June 2017 will be a milestone in the history of European telecoms: From this day, not only goods, workers, services and capital can move freely across EU borders: Also mobile phone calls, messages and data can start to move freely across the borders when the mobile roaming fees – after ten years of regulation – finally are abolished within the European Union. Continue reading Roam Like Home – the beta
Analysis of the mobile market in a specific country: Development of market shares, subscription tiers, churn, offerings, pricing, data usage, revenue, ARPU, margin, network coverage and CAPEX for all operators.
Special focus on the development of mobile data monetisation and mobile TV/video over time.
Comparisons done to other countries.
Commissioned by a global solutions provider.
Which country had the highest mobile data usage in 2015? The fastest usage growth?
Which operator leads the world?
Which country has the lowest and highest revenue per Megabyte?
How does it affect usage? How are data-only and 4G LTE adoption rates affecting usage? Continue reading USA, Latvia and Finland combine high mobile data usage with fast growth
For the fourth consecutive year: Comprehensive business benchmark including more than 600 KPIs covering revenue, OPEX, CAPEX, headcount productivity, subscriptions & channels, performance, load, quality and innovation & growth – for 41 functions of mobile, fixed/cable and integrated operators – respectively. Continue reading Nordic operator benchmark 2016