Long Term Evolution (LTE) Mobile Broadband Pricing Worldwide - 2012

Date: December 23, 2011
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US$ 2,450.00
Publisher: Tariff Consultancy Ltd
Report type: Strategic Report
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Long Term Evolution (LTE) Mobile Broadband Pricing Worldwide - 2012
Synopsis

Some countries are introducing Long Term Evolution (LTE) services - which are also described as 4G (4th Generation mobile services) – as both a licence needs to be granted and a variety of wireless spectrum is required in order to allow a commercial LTE service to be launched.

But it should be noted that not all Mobile Broadband services that are commonly described as “4G” are based on a 4th Generation LTE service. T-Mobile in the USA for example offers a 4G-branded service which is based on a 3G-derived HSDPA network with theoretical download access speeds of up to 21 Mbps.

To-date LTE Mobile Broadband services have been introduced by a number of MNOs across the world - including, There are around 30 LTE Mobile Broadband providers with commercial services launched worldwide – all of which are included in the TCL survey. Some 18 of which have been launched in Europe.

Coverage

This report provides pricing and product information for LTE Mobile Broadband services from 30 MNOs in 16 countries. There are comparisons between LTE operator pricing, download access speeds and monthly data user allowances in each region and worldwide. The report also includes a 5-year forecast for LTE Mobile Broadband subscribers and revenues to the end of 2016.
Methodology
Introduction – a definition of LTE Mobile Broadband
Executive Summary – LTE Mobile Broadband pricing worldwide
The development of LTE Mobile Broadband services
Pricing for LTE Mobile Broadband services in Europe
Pricing for LTE Mobile Broadband services in North America
Pricing for LTE Mobile Broadband services in the Asia-Pacific
LTE Mobile Broadband pricing worldwide
A forecast for the adoption of LTE Mobile Broadband services
Conclusions – the growth in LTE Mobile Broadband services

APPENDICES

Appendix One – A table showing the currency exchange rates used in this report
Appendix Two – A list of MNOs mentioned in this report

A LIST OF FIGURES USED IN THIS REPORT

Figure 1 – A pie chart showing the distribution of the LTE Mobile Broadband providers by region
Figure 2 – A table of MNOs that have introduced LTE Mobile Broadband services worldwide
Figure 3 – A table showing Telia Sweden’s LTE Mobile Broadband tariff structure
Figure 4 – A table showing NetCom Norway’s LTE Mobile Broadband tariff structure
Figure 5 – A table showing LMT Latvia’s LTE Mobile Broadband tariff structure
Figure 6 – A table showing Omnitel Lithuania’s LTE Mobile Broadband tariff structure
Figure 7 – A table showing Telia Denmark’s LTE Mobile Broadband tariff structure
Figure 8 – A table showing A1 Austria’s LTE Mobile Broadband tariff structure
Figure 9 – A table showing T-Mobile Austria’s Internet All Inclusive LTE tariff structure
Figure 10 – A table showing Elisa Finland’s 4G/LTE Mobile Broadband tariff structure
Figure 11 – A table showing Telekom Germany’s Web n Walk Mobile Broadband tariff structure
Figure 12 – A table showing iPlus Poland’s LTE Mobile Broadband tariff structure
Figure 13 – A chart showing the spread of European LTE Mobile Broadband pricing (in Euro per month)
Figure 14 – A chart showing the spread of European LTE Mobile Broadband access speeds (in Mbps)
Figure 15 – A chart showing the spread of European LTE Mobile Broadband monthly data download allowance (per GB)
Figure 16 – A table showing Bell Mobility Canada’s Internet Flex Plan - LTE tariff structure
Figure 17 – A table showing Rogers Canada’s LTE Flex Rate for Mobile Broadband
Figure 18 – A table showing Rogers Canada’s LTE-enabled Tablet PC tariff structure
Figure 19 – A table showing Rogers Canada’s smartphone additional tariff structure
Figure 20 – A table showing Rogers Canada’s introductory smartphone LTE tariff structure
Figure 21 – A chart showing the spread of North American LTE Mobile Broadband pricing (in Euro per month)
Figure 22 – A chart showing the spread of North American LTE Mobile Broadband access speeds (in Mbps)
Figure 23 – A chart showing the spread of North American LTE Mobile Broadband monthly data download allowance (per GB)
Figure 24 – A table showing the NTT DoCoMo Japan Xi Data Plan Ninen tariff structure
Figure 25 – A table showing the NTT DoCoMo Japan Xi Data Plan tariff structure
Figure 26 – A table showing SK Telecom Korea’s LTE Mobile Broadband tariff structure
Figure 27 – A chart showing the spread of Asia-Pacific LTE Mobile Broadband pricing (in Euro per month)
Figure 28 – A chart showing the spread of Asia-Pacific LTE Mobile Broadband access speeds (in Mbps)
Figure 29 – A chart showing the spread of Asia-Pacific LTE Mobile Broadband monthly data download allowance (per GB)
Figure 30 – A chart showing the theoretical claimed maximum download speeds for selected LTE Mobile Broadband providers worldwide (in Mbps)
Figure 31 – A chart showing the monthly data usage limit for selected LTE Mobile Broadband providers worldwide (in GB per month)
Figure 32 – A chart showing selected LTE Mobile Broadband provider pricing worldwide
Figure 33 – A table showing the average Euro price per GB of selected LTE Mobile Broadband provider with out of data allowance cost (or reduced access speed)
Figure 34 – A chart showing the average Euro price per GB for selected Mobile Broadband service providers (Euro per GB)
Figure 35 – A chart showing the adoption of LTE Mobile Broadband subscribers – from the end of 2011 to the end of 2016 (millions)
Figure 36 – A chart showing the forecast growth in LTE Mobile Broadband revenues – from the end of 2011 to the end of 2016 (in millions of Euro)
Figure 37 – A chart showing the forecast percentage growth rate per annum in worldwide LTE subscriber numbers from the end of 2011 to the end of 2016 (millions)
Figure 38 – A chart showing the forecast percentage growth rate per annum in worldwide LTE revenues from the end of 2011 to the end of 2016 (millions of Euro)
Figure 39 – A table showing the exchange rate conversion to 1 Euro used in this report
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