Top Strategies of Fibre Network Monetisation Discussed by IDATE Consulting & Research in Its In-Demand Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
27 Nov 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – What business models and marketing strategies have operators developed to earn returns on their investments in FTTH networks? What quality of service options (data allowances, latency, speed) can be monetised? What are the most successful pricing scenarios? What are the key challenges involved in selling bundles? Is premium content a vital ingredient? Is it an effective tool for upselling? What are the medium-term scenarios for monetising fibre, with a view to upcoming 5G rollouts?
These and many other important questions are answered in the in-demand research report “Monetising Fibre: Competitive Pressure Pushing Operators to Monetise Fibre Beyond Their Core Business” worked out by IDATE Consulting & Research and recently added at MarketPublishers.com. This research study provides access to a detailed snapshot of the key strategies adopted by operators worldwide to monetise their fibre networks. The report makes focus on such geographies as the USA, Asia and Europe.
This report presents data on the key sources of network financing, reviews the major methods to monetise quality of services provided, touches upon the most prominent network rollout and fibre monetisation strategies, discusses the hottest related issues, etc.
The report examines the strategies adopted by certain market players. Companies covered in this report: GIGAtopia, NTT, China Telecom, Swisscom, Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone Germany, Orange France, Telefónica, BT, Verizon and AT&T.
Many other topical research studies by this publisher are at hand in the IDATE Consulting & Research online catalogue at MarketPublishers.com.