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2014 LTE Pricing Strategies

NEW YORK, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

 

2014 LTE Pricing Strategies

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About the 2014 LTE Strategies report

 

 

 

The TCL 2014 4G LTE Pricing Strategies report analyses the key pricing trends for MNOs in the EU, Non-EU, Asia Pacific & Middle East regions. The report draws on findings from the TCL Global LTE Tariff Tracker subscription service and provides pricing case studies for 15 MNOs that have launched 4G LTE services. The case studies include - Bouygues Telecom (France), Vodafone (Germany), KPN (Netherlands), TMN (Portugal), Everything Everywhere (UK), Telenor (Norway), MegaFon (Russia), Swisscom (Switzerland), Optus (Australia), NTT DOCOMO (Japan), Vodafone (New Zealand), SingTel (Singapore), Batelco (Bahrain), Nawras (Oman) & Ooredoo (Qatar).

 

 

 

In the 2014 Global LTE Pricing Strategies report TCL provides focus on the main 4G LTE pricing trends highlighted in the TCL Global LTE Data Price Tracker subscription service including:

 

1) Analysis of overall 4G LTE pricing by 4 main geographical regions worldwide

(incl. the EU, non-EU countries, Asia Pacific and the Middle East)

 

2) Further analysis of 4G LTE pricing by the 4 main geographical regions

by the following detailed metrics:

a) Pricing per GB of data allowance (in USD per month)

b) Average monthly data user allowance (in GB)

c) Highest LTE pricing per region (in USD per month)

d) Lowest LTE pricing per region (in USD per month)

 

3) Examines MNO 4G LTE pricing launch strategies per region

 

4) Examines current MNO 4G LTE pricing strategies per region

 

5) Finally, the report provides a selection of 15 key MNO 4G LTE case studies

with pricing at launch and since launch

Introduction

Summary

The main generic 4G LTE pricing strategies at launch

The changes in 4G LTE tariffs over time

Methodology

Executive Summary

 

Section 1: Case Studies EU

LTE Strategies – Bouygues Telecom (France)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in France

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

LTE Strategies – Vodafone (Germany)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in Germany

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

LTE Strategies – KPN (Netherlands)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in the Netherlands

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

LTE Strategies – TMN (Portugal)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in Portugal

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

LTE Strategies – EE (UK)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in the UK

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

Section 2: Case Studies Non-EU

LTE Strategies – Telenor (Norway)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in Norway

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

LTE Strategies – Megafon (Russia)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in the Russia

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

LTE Strategies – Swisscom (Switzerland)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in Switzerland

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

Section 3: Case Studies Asia-Pacific

LTE Strategies – Optus (Australia)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in Australia

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

LTE Strategies – DoCoMo (Japan)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in Japan

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

LTE Strategies – Vodafone (New Zealand)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in New Zealand

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

LTE Strategies – SingTel (Singapore)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in Singapore

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

 

 

Section 4: Case Studies Middle East

LTE Strategies – Batelco (Bahrain)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in Bahrain

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

LTE Strategies – Nawras (Oman)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in Oman

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

LTE Strategies – Ooredoo (Qatar)

Strategy at launch

Strategy now

The LTE Landscape in Qatar

Changes in 4G LTE pricing

 

Section 5: LTE Case Studies Conclusions

 

Section 6: LTE Tariff Comparison

6.1. Introduction

6.2. EU region 4G LTE tariff pricing analysis

6.3 Non-EU region 4G LTE tariff pricing analysis

6.4 Asia-Pacific region 4G LTE tariff pricing analysis

6.5 Middle East region 4G LTE tariff pricing analysis

 

 

 

Appendix I – LTE-Advanced (LTE-A)

Appendix II – LTE Current Promotions

Appendix III – LTE Roaming

Appendix IV A table showing the currency exchange rates used in this report

Appendix V – A table showing the list of countries per region

 

 

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