(PRWEB) July 21, 2014
The number of LTE subscriptions is expected to increase from over 2% to more than 4% globally. LTE can provide an attractive alternative to fixed line broadband, and the degree of attractiveness depends on the market. In areas with limited fixed network infrastructure, LTE can be placed competitively against fixed line broadband connectivity. In areas with suitable fixed network infrastructure, LTE addresses those who values mobility, as well as users who don’t utilize data intensive services and therefore need smaller data allowances.
To keep a network edge and retain their high value customers, leaders in the market have to launch LTE services first. In the majority of cases, launching first has been the right strategy, primarily to retain high value subscribers. Staying competitive in terms of speed, network coverage and capacity is more vital than dominating in terms of just speed, owing to the leaps in speed enabled by the carrier aggregation technique of LTE-Advanced. Operators challenging industry leaders have been extremely successful by minimizing the leaders’ LTE network advantages in terms of speed, coverage and capacity, by benefiting from competitors’ failures or weaknesses, by executing well, and also by carrying out disruptive pricing plans.
New research report “LTE Business Models - Best Practices in Network Deployment, Positioning and Service Pricing” elaborated by Pyramid Research is now available at MarketPublishers.com.
Title: LTE Business Models - Best Practices in Network Deployment, Positioning and Service Pricing
Published: July, 2014
Price: US$ 3,495.00
The research study provides a comprehensive investigation of gathered experience and best practices from commercial LTE networks in a variety of market landscapes. It presents 5 detailed country case studies of markets where LTE networks have been launched, and canvasses LTE spectrum allocations and availability, network deployment principles and considerations, pricing and product strategies and key trends in LTE technology adoption, as well as drivers for the growth in the sector. By outlining what works and what doesn’t, the report uncovers the problem areas and the paths to success for providers of LTE services from pole to pole.
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