4G Mobile Subscriptions to Increase at 25.1% CAGR, Forecasts Pyramid Research in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
18 May 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In APAC, total 4G mobile strategies are expected to increase at a CAGR of more than 25 percent over the period 2015-2020.
Operators active in emerging countries can gain benefits by offering of cost-effective services to the residential segment and young population, while tech-savvy customers having larger data volume bundles, discounted VAS and OTT services and enterprise services should become a target for operators across developed markets.
Customers are offered larger data allowances in developed markets. Many operators offer unlimited data with text messages and free calls.
Distribution strategies are mainly targeted at leveraging both indirect and direct sales in order to encourage the 4G uptake. Operators use online websites as well as physical retail stores to drive the 4G service adoption.
The 4G has been gaining ground at a swift pace over the recent years in APAC, and its growth was ignited by the increasing demand for data services.
With the network capacity increasing, mobile operators have to overcome certain challenges, such as a high cost of network deployment and a shortage of spectrum.
In-demand research report “4G Commercial Strategies for Faster ROI in Asia-Pacific” developed by Pyramid Research contains a comprehensive discussion of commercialization strategies adopted by operators active in APAC. The study contains an insightful overview of the 4G market trends in the region.
It looks at major components of commercialization strategies in the field of mobile 4G. The report concentrates on selected operators in the region which already have or plan to launch 4G services.
Companies mentioned in the report comprise: SingTel, LG Uplus, Vodafone Australia, Airtel, Globe Telecom, Warid Telecom, and more.
More cutting-edge studies by the publisher are available at Pyramid Research page.