Reference: Analysis, 2018
Capturing and summarising how the mobile switching and number porting processes are implemented in ten countries.
Capturing and presenting the mobile switching and porting volume trends – per country and/or per operator.
Analysing how the stipulated process (and the way operators have implemented it in practice) affect these trends. Developing KPIs allowing countries to be compared. Identifying best practice.
Identifying the triggers for switching and porting – and the elasticity between factors like gross adds, churn, numbers ported and net adds. Using international examples to predict what a change in the switching and porting process might mean for another country. Continue reading International mobile switching and number porting analysis
American carriers and uncarriers are embracing fixed wireless as one of the first use cases that 5G will solve. Verizon finally lifted the curtain on its fixed wireless offering yesterday: Verizon 5G Home. October 1 it will be available for 50 USD per month to existing Verizon customers in certain areas in Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento.
T-Mobile’s 5G will – to use their own words – have more ‘breadth and depth‘ than Verizon’s. With 5G, T-Mobile will position itself within fixed wireless for the first time:
“51% of Americans have only one high-speed broadband option – no choice at all! The combined company will create a viable alternative for millions by enabling mobile connections that rival broadband, driving prices lower and improving service.”
The only caveat when it comes to T-Mobile’s ambition is that it is conditional. This will happen if T-Mobile and Sprint are allowed to merge – a decision not yet made.
But if fixed wireless is up and coming in the US, it’s actually a pretty established business for a few operators across the pond – in Europe. Continue reading Are Europe’s most pronounced fixed wireless operators taking half a step back?
New! Mobile data usage and revenue for 115 operators
Tefficient’s 20th public analysis on the development and drivers of mobile data follows on our country-focused analysis published in July.
In our latest analysis we have ranked 115 operators based on:
- Average data usage per SIM
- Total data traffic
- Revenue per gigabyte
The data usage per SIM grew for all operators. And it grew quickly. But what happened to ARPU? Could operators monetise the data usage growth?
Our Christmas tree graph visualises those that delivered on “more for more” – and those that are just followed the “more for less” stream.
Download analysis: More data? Always. For more? It happens. Continue reading More data? Always. For more? It happens.