Mobile Data Services Market Reached Saturation in Developed Countries, States Parks Associates in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
21 Aug 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The market for mobile data services has reached saturation in leading industrialised countries. Cellular service operators in those markets increasingly have trouble in raising mobile data prices as competitors come in time to draw away dissatisfied clients.
Airtel, T-Mobile, Sling TV, Free, Aquto, Three, Idea Cellular, Spotify, AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, Bezeq, Tele2, Vodafone, China Mobile, Niantic Labs, Telefónica, YouTube, Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Telenor, Reliance Jio, and Telstra, amid others, are the dominant players operating in the marketplace.
Insightful market research report “Mobile Data Services: Business Model Assessment” drawn up by Parks Associates presents a comprehensive overview of the status of the mobile data market globally, specifically focusing on North America, Europe, and APAC.
The research study presents deep insights into the global trends pertaining to market maturity, gives an all-round analysis of competitive factors across the world’s leading markets, and presents the various success stories of customer acquisition. It provides a deep assessment of revenue growth strategies covering data plans and bundling strategies including mobile optimisation and zero-rating, revival of unlimited tariff plans, as well as the top 5 data-driven services. The report sheds light on churn management, such as loyalty and rewards programs, and global data roaming and Wi-Fi premium hotspots. It provides true insights into future mobile applications that are set to boost mobile data usage, like AR and VR, cellular PCs, and 5G use cases. The report includes granular forecasts of mobile data service revenue and mobile broadband subscription.
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