London, UK (PRWEB) September 21, 2012
What are the appropriate LTE deployment, pricing and product positioning models to accomplish profit from shortest turnaround? What are the various pre/post deployment LTE issues operators are facing, and how to work around them? What are the mechanisms to optimize LTE CAPEX and OPEX? How best to integrate LTE TDD and LTE FDD? What are the key global LTE operators' future strategies? Who should or shouldn't yet delve into LTE deployments, and why? What new business models can device makers work upon in collaboration with operators to mass-customize LTE services? How can operators in under-developed/developing economies turn the very disadvantages into their strengths vis-à-vis LTE deployments? How best should MNOs handle the device subsidies issue? What are the innovative and non-traditional business models for operators to make LTE bundling & branding viral?
All these critical questions and more hot issues are discussed within the new discounted study “LTE Profit Mantras 2012-2016” elaborated by Teleresearchlabs and recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Title: LTE Profit Mantras 2012-2016
Pages: July, 2012
Price: US$ 4,822.00 US$ 3,495.00
The study talks about the new ways leading towards greater profits via NGN technologies, in particular LTE/LTE-Advanced.
Key Topics Covered:
- intricacy of LTE business models & charging mechanisms;
- LTE CAPEX & OPEX strategies – keys to profit or doom;
- LTE uptake prophecy on data ARPUs & subscriptions;
- LTE mantras for successful deployments;
- LTE mantras for overcoming post-deployment challenges;
- What are the key LTE operators up to;
- LTE device market;
- LTE ecosystem;
- exclusive case study on LTE deployments in Europe;
- recommendations & conclusions.
Companies mentioned include: Apple, AT&T, Bharti Airtel, Clearwire Corp., Cricket Communications Inc., Dish Network, Etisalat, France Telecom, HTC Vivid, KDDI, LG Lucid, LightSquared, MegaFon, Motorola Droid Bionic, Net4Mobility, Nokia, Orange, Pantech Breakout, PowerNet Global – LightSquared, Quantum Networks - LightSquared, Rostelecom, Samsung, Telefonica, T-Mobile, Verizon, Vodafone, YOTA, and Zain.
Chapter 1: Executive Summary
Chapter 2: Intricacy of LTE Business Models & Charging Mechanisms & Ndash; Beware Before it’s too Late
2.1 LTE Deployments– Where should you begin for ensuring the shortest turnaround?
Figure 2-1: Network Deployment Strategies Adopted by Early Movers
2.2 LTE Operator Types and Business Models – Where do you fit in?
2.2.1 Why mustn't all follow in Verizon's footsteps? A Critical Analysis
188.8.131.52 Verizon’s LTE Rollout Roadmap
Figure 2-2: Verizon’s LTE Rollout Roadmap, 2010-2013
184.108.40.206 What lies behind Verizon’s aggressive LTE pricing strategies?
220.127.116.11.1 Apple's iPad 4G LTE Plan Pricing Detail: Verizon Vs. AT&T
Table 2-1:LTE Price Plans- Verizon Vs. AT&T, 2012
18.104.22.168.2 Verizon's Family Shared Data Plans
Table 2-2:Verizon's Unlimited Talk & Text + Shared Data Plans, 2012
22.214.171.124.3 Verizon Killing its Unlimited Data Plans
2.2.2 TeliaSonera, Sweden – What made it the pioneer where others couldn’t?
126.96.36.199 Telia’s LTE Rollout Roadmap
Figure 2-3:TeliaSonera’s LTE Rollout Roadmap, 2009-2012
188.8.131.52 TeliaSonera’s LTE Pricing Strategy
Table 2.3:Telia's Sweden LTE Plans
2.2.3 New Service Models by Tele2, Telenor-Net4Mobility
184.108.40.206 Net4Mobility’s LTE Deployment Plans
220.127.116.11 Net4Mobility’s Conservative LTE Pricing Strategy
Table 2-4:Telenor’s Net4Mobility LTE Price Plan, 2012
2.2.4 CyFrowy Polsat – Bundling LTE with other Telecom Services
2.2.5 Offering DSL-like Services in Rural Areas – Vodafone, Germany
18.104.22.168 Vodafone LTE Rollout Roadmap, 2010 - 2012
22.214.171.124 Vodafone Germany LTE Pricing
Table 2-5:Vodafone's Germany LTE Tariffs, 2012
2.2.6 The Rise of MVNOs' Significance in LTE Deployments, 2012-2016
126.96.36.199 Proposed MVNO Launches 2012-2016
188.8.131.52.1 Ting to Offer LTE through Sprint Network
184.108.40.206.2 MegaFon's TD-LTE MVNO
220.127.116.11.3 Rostelecom to offer LTE on Yota's Network
18.104.22.168.4 FreedomPop Sprint LTE
2.3. Wholesale/ Under-the-Floor Players' (UtF) LTE Network Business Model
2.3.1 Wholesale Business Model: Operators Getting Aggressive?
Figure 2-4 Mobile Broadband Wholesale Market (In US$ billion), 2012, 2016 & 2020
2.3.2 SWOT Analysis
Figure 2-5 LTE Wholesale Business Model SWOT Analysis
2.3.3 Future of LTE Wholesale Business Model
2.3.4 Case Studies: Major LTE Network's Wholesalers
22.214.171.124 Clearwire Corp., USA
126.96.36.199 LightSquared, USA
188.8.131.52 YOTA, Russia
184.108.40.206 Aero2, Poland
220.127.116.11 MVS communications, Mexico
18.104.22.168 Kenya's LTE Wholesale Network: PPP Model
2.3.5 Significant LTE Wholesale Network Deals 2012-2016
22.214.171.124 Cricket Communications Inc. – Clearwire Corp.
126.96.36.199 Yota- Rostelecom
188.8.131.52 LightSquared - NetTALK
184.108.40.206 LightSquared – EarthComm Solutions
220.127.116.11 PowerNet Global - LightSquared
18.104.22.168 LightSquared Inc - Sprint Nextel
22.214.171.124 Quantum Networks – LightSquared
2.4 Global LTE Price Plans- A Comparative Analysis
Table 2-6:Comparison of LTE Price Plans for Commercial Offerings, 2011
2.4.1 LTE Early Mover – Ensuring profits or burning your fingers?
Table 2-7: Advantages and Disadvantages of LTE for Early Movers
2.4.2 Throttling Unlimited Data Plans – Who should and who shouldn’t?
126.96.36.199 Orange, UK
188.8.131.52 AT&T, USA
2.4.3 LTE Pricing – How does the end-user perceive it?
2.4.4 Flexible LTE Tariffs – A temporary solution?
2.5 Positioning of LTE Services – A Make or Break Strategy for MNOs
2.5.1 Urban/ Rural/ Unserved/ Underserved/ Developed Areas – Suggestions & Guidelines
Figure 2-6:LTE Oriented Services in Consumer Segment
Figure 2-7:LTE Oriented Services in Business Segment
Chapter 3: LTE CAPEX & OPEX Strategies & Ndash; Keys to Profit…or Doom
3.1 Global LTE Capital Spending on the Rise
Figure 3-1:Global LTE Capital Spending (In US$ Billion), 2012-2016
3.2 LTE CAPEX Model
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