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世界の通信事業者によるモバイルデータ収益化・価格設定戦略:分析と主要動向

Global Mobile Data Monetization and Pricing Strategies by Telcos - Analysis and Key Trends

発行 WiseStrokes - Wireless Industry Research Consulting 商品コード 323665
出版日 ページ情報 英文 94 Pages
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世界の通信事業者によるモバイルデータ収益化・価格設定戦略:分析と主要動向 Global Mobile Data Monetization and Pricing Strategies by Telcos - Analysis and Key Trends
出版日: 2015年01月31日 ページ情報: 英文 94 Pages
概要

モバイルデータサービスの需要は、世界平均に比べると相対的に低い、アジアやアフリカの新興国の普及率の増加によって、世界的にさらなる成長が見込まれています。

当レポートでは、世界の通信事業者によるモバイルデータ収益化・価格設定戦略について調査分析し、市場の概要、サービスの提供、主要な価格設定戦略について、体系的な情報を提供しています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 固定・モバイルブロードバンド市場の概要

第3章 モバイルデータサービスの提供

  • スマートフォンの出荷台数
  • モバイルアプリケーション
  • モバイルマネー
  • OTTとの連携によるインスタントメッセージング(IM)サービス
  • モバイルビデオ
  • モバイルゲーム
  • 先進のネットワーク技術の展開と可用性

第4章 世界のモバイル通信事業者の主要な価格設定戦略

  • 低レベルの価格設定オプションで、市場シェアを取得/増加させる通信事業者
  • 無制限モバイルデータサービスの提供
  • モバイルデータバンドルサービスの提供
  • 共有データプラン
  • データのロールオーバープラン
  • OTTサービス向け特殊料金
  • 専門のデータプラン
  • バンドルデバイスの提供

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目次

Overview

The Mobile data is the buzzword across all the leading telcos globally, and is a key focus area for the telcos offerings for the existing customers through a portfolio of innovative services like Video On Demand (VoD), music streaming, video streaming etc, whereas the telcos across the emerging regions are emphasizing on increasing the mobile broadband penetration rate through low cost entry level packages for the first time users, services bundling and array of VAS services like mobile gaming, apps downloads, video clip download etc. Increased monetization of their data services would enable the telcos to negate the decline in overall revenue margins as the voice revenues is already under pressure owing to hyper-competition for the voice services pricing.

Mobile data services demand is expected to grow further globally driven by increased penetration in the emerging countries of Asia and Africa, where the mobile penetration is relatively low as compared to the global average. The telcos owing to the exponential increase in the demand have increased Capex and Opex requirements, and hence have to increase the monetization of their services offerings to increase the realization rate of the investments being made in infrastructure improvement and for availability of better services. In the developed countries, the deployment of advanced networks like 4G/LTE would further support applications with high bandwidth requirements. Globally, the growth of mobile internet services would be driven by the factors such as availability of affordable smartphones with improved technical features and functionalities, increased availability of advanced networks like 3G & 4G/LTE being deployed by telcos globally, increased usage of mobile application versions and competitive pricing of data services to target diverse set of customers.

Key Findings

  • The global mobile cellular subscription count was expected to be 6.9 billion by the end of 2014, with developing countries mostly in the Asia and Africa region expected to contribute ~78% of the total subscriber base.
  • Telcos continue to focus on in the emerging markets owing to the relatively low mobile penetration rates, as increasing number of telcos continue to launch their services in these region to compensate for the revenue growth rate decline in the developed regions- which has been complimented with aggressive pricing plans and also the availability of relatively affordable smartphones in these regions in the past 2-3 years.
  • Asia-Pacific region will continue be the destination of the highest number of mobile phone shipments over 2012-18, with the total mobile phone shipments increasing from 0.3 billion in 2012 to reach ~1.0 billion by 2018.
  • Free apps downloads which is estimated be to 91% of the total downloads in 2013 is expected to increase to 94.5% of the total downloads in 2017.
  • The total number of smartphone users accessing OTT services is expected to reach more than 2 billion by the year 2017.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Overview of Fixed and Mobile Broadband Market

3. Mobile Data Services Offerings

  • 3.1. Smartphones Shipments
  • 3.2. Mobile Applications
    • 3.2.1. Mobile Application Scenario across Various Geographic regions
    • 3.2.2. Methods to increase mobile data revenues using mobile applications:
  • 3.3. Mobile Money
    • 3.3.1. Business Models involving Telecom operators for Mobile Money Transfer
  • 3.4. Instant Messaging Services in partnerships with OTTs
  • 3.5. Mobile Video
    • 3.5.1. Key Trends in Mobile Video segment
    • 3.5.2. Monetizing Mobile Videos
    • 3.5.3. Popular pricing plans for the Mobile Videos services
  • 3.6. Mobile Gaming
  • 3.7. Deployment and availability of advanced network technologies
    • 3.7.1. Approaches for increased monetization from LTE networks

4. Select Pricing strategies of mobile telcos globally

  • 5.1. Low entry level pricing options being pursued by the telcos acquire/increase market share
  • 5.2. Unlimited mobile data services offerings
  • 5.3. Mobile data bundled services offerings
  • 5.4. Shared data plans
  • 5.5. Data Rollover plans
  • 5.6. Special tariffs for OTT services
  • 5.7. Specialized Data plans
  • 5.8. Bundled Devices offerings

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Global Mobile Subscriptions growth trend, 2005-2014*
  • Figure 2: Mobile Subscriptions growth trend across regions, 2005-2014*
  • Figure 3: Mobile Subscription per 100 inhabitants across regions, 2005-2014*
  • Figure 4: Global Active Mobile broadband subscriber growth trend across regions, 2010-2014*
  • Figure 5: Global Mobile Subscribers growth trend, 2015-2020
  • Figure 6: Global Unique Mobile Subscribers growth trend, 2015-2010
  • Figure 7: Global Mobile Broadband Subscribers growth Trend, 2015-2010
  • Figure 8: Frequency of Mobile Internet Usage on a daily basis- across all age groups
  • Figure 9: Frequency of Mobile Internet Usage on a daily basis- across age group 18-24 years
  • Figure 10: Frequency of Mobile Internet Usage on a daily basis- across age group 25-34 years
  • Figure 11: Frequency of Mobile Internet Usage on a daily basis- across age group 35-44 years
  • Figure 12: Frequency of Mobile Internet Usage on a daily basis- across age group 45-54 years
  • Figure 13: Frequency of Mobile Internet Usage on a daily basis- across age group 55+ years
  • Figure 14: Frequency of Mobile Internet Usage on a weekly basis- across all age groups
  • Figure 15: Frequency of Mobile Internet Usage on a weekly basis- across age group 18-24 years
  • Figure 16: Frequency of Mobile Internet Usage on a weekly basis- across age group 25-34 years
  • Figure 17: Frequency of Mobile Internet Usage on a weekly basis- across age group 35-44 years
  • Figure 18: Frequency of Mobile Internet Usage on a weekly basis- across age group 45-54 years
  • Figure 19: Mobile Phones shipment forecast by type, 20012-2018
  • Figure 20: Mobile Phones shipment across region, 20012-2018
  • Figure 21: Global mobile phone sell in value by type, 2012-18
  • Figure 22: Mobile App usage by software segment and region
  • Figure 23: Worldwide Mobile Apps Stores Download Forecast, 2010-2016
  • Figure 24: Mobile Internet Usage trend via Mobile app across countries
  • Figure 25: Mobile Internet Usage trend via web across countries
  • Figure 26: 100 improvement projects of KakaoTalk
  • Figure 27: Mobile Money services in select countries
  • Figure 28: Mobile money services (live) for the unbanked by country, December 2013
  • Figure 29: Global Voice and SMS revenues lost to OTT Applications, 2012-2016
  • Figure 30: SMS and OTT traffic trend, 2010-2016
  • Figure 31: Viber and Globe Telecom promotions partnership
  • Figure 32: Multi-Screen Engagement and Video Length in Q2-14
  • Figure 33: Activities performed parallel on smartphone by users
  • Figure 34: Growth in the Mobile Video traffic by Application Type, 2014-2020
  • Figure 35: Video and audio streaming % of total data traffic (Europe), Sep-13 to Sep-14
  • Figure 36: Global LTE network Deployment trends
  • Figure 37: Vodafone Video Streaming using various HD devices, Sep-13 to Sep-14
  • Figure 38: Global Mobile Average Hour & Busy Hour traffic forecast, 2013-2018
  • Figure 39: Airtel Re 1 video promotion
  • Figure 40: du Mobile Video Store offering
  • Figure 41: Global Mobile Gaming revenues forecast across segments, 2012 & 2016
  • Figure 42: Mobile Gaming users based on geography and age groups, 2013
  • Figure 43: Percentage of Mobile Gaming paid users across region, 2013
  • Figure 44: Spending Type of Mobile Gaming paid user across region, 2013
  • Figure 45: Comparative study for parameters considered while selecting mobile game, Netherlands and China
  • Figure 46: Mobile Gaming Download Revenue Forecast in US, 2010-2017
  • Figure 47: Global LTE connections forecast, 2012-2017
  • Figure 48: Mobile Subscription by region and technology, 2014 and 2020
  • Figure 49: Smartphone Price Plans subscriber to by users across countries
  • Figure 50: Entry Level 3G monthly pre-paid plans in India
  • Figure 51: Entry level monthly 3G plans across select countries
  • Figure 52: ARPU trend of leading telcos in South Korea, Jun-12 to Sep-14
  • Figure 53: LTE subscribers mix of leading telcos in South Korea, Jun-12 to Sep-14
  • Figure 54: Swiscomm Wireless GGSN data traffic volumes trend
  • Figure 55: Bundled shared data plan offering from SingTel
  • Figure 56: Verizon Everything Accounts as a % of Retail post-paid accounts trend, Dec-12 to Sep-14
  • Figure 57: Verizon retail post-paid connection growth trend, Dec-12 to Sep-14
  • Figure 58: Verizon retail post-paid ARPA trend, Dec-12 to Sep-14
  • Figure 59: Mobile Share Connections & Account trends for AT&T,
  • Figure 60: T-Mobile Data Stash Plans
  • Figure 61: SK Telecom Smartphone and LTE subscriber trend, Mar-13 to Sep-14
  • Figure 62: Percentage of Vodafone customer exceeding their bundles* in Spain and UK
  • Figure 63: Mix of Red Customers in UK for Vodafone, Sep-2014
  • Figure 64: Reliance Communications Smartphone Data Bundled offers

List of Tables

  • Table 1: Mobile Broadband Subscribers growth trend, 2010-2014*
  • Table 2: Active mobile money accounts and total registered accounts across regions, June 2013
  • Table 3: Advantages for Various Components involved in Mobile Money
  • Table 4: M-PESA revenues contribution to Safaricom
  • Table 5: Monthly data consumption (in MB) by Youtube v/s Netflix user
  • Table 6: 3G/4G subscriptions trends, 2014-2020
  • Table 7: Select unlimited plans being offered by telcos in India
  • Table 8: Total Subscriber and Bundled Revenue trend for Swiscomm, Sep-12 to Sep14
  • Table 9: AT&T Mobile Share plan details for single line
  • Table 10: AT&T Mobile Share plan details for Family plans
  • Table 11: AT&T Post-paid subscribers trends, Dec-12 to Sep-14
  • Table 12: T-Mobile Data Stash Plans details
  • Table 13: Select Telco and OTT partnerships details
  • Table 14: AT&T connected data plan
  • Table 15: Vodafone Red Plans in UK

List of Insights

  • Insight 1: KakaoTalk and its emergence as most popular instant messaging service provider in South Korea
  • Insight 2: M-PESA continues to drive revenue growth Safaricom in Kenya.
  • Insight 3: Easypaisa in Pakistan continues to add to success of Telenor in APAC region
  • Insight 4: Viber Partners with Globe Telecom to increase its users count
  • Insight 5: Re1 Video Store enables Bharti Airtel to increase its mobile data subscribers
  • Insight 6: Video Store services boost the revenues for du
  • Insight 7: NATEL Infinity Offering drives the bundles revenues for Swiscomm
  • Insight 8: Verizon's Everything Plan (Share Everything Plan) enables it to increase its Retail post-paid subscribers and ARPA
  • Insight 9: AT&T Mobile Share plans enables it drive adoption of Data Device
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