Market Research Report - 259327
Mobile Broadband Pricing in Western Europe 4Q 2012: Prices Continue to Decline Despite LTE Launches
|Published by||Analysys Mason|
|Published||Content info||PDF (10 pages); Excel|
|Mobile Broadband Pricing in Western Europe 4Q 2012: Prices Continue to Decline Despite LTE Launches|
|Published: January 14, 2013||Content info: PDF (10 pages); Excel||
LTE pricing models are still at the experimental stage and it is therefore critical for operators to closely observe and understand how other operators sell LTE.
Operators differentiate their mobile broadband (MBB) tariffs in different ways: through volume-based or speed-based pricing models or a combination of both ('hybrid' pricing models). Operators in most advanced LTE countries are moving towards merging their 3G and 4G tariff tiers under a common 4G-based branding, while LTE allows a greater emphasis on speed-based pricing.
This Viewpoint accompanies the latest update to Analysys Mason's Mobile broadband pricing in Western Europe: benchmarking tool , a survey of of USB modem subscription services and SIM-only packages suitable for use with a USB modem or mobile Wi-Fi hotspot device.
This Viewpoint provides:
The benchmarking tool contains pricing details for mobile broadband subscriptions in the following 16 countries:
The information for each country in the benchmarking tool includes:
The following companies are mentioned in this Viewpoint.