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North America telecoms market: trends and forecasts 2017–2022

North America telecoms market: trends and forecasts 2017–2022

Market Study
Published: September 2017
Pages: 38 slides
Research from: Analysys Mason
Sector: Broadband & Fixed

From: GBP 6153.00
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Table of Contents

6.Executive summary

7.Contrasting trends in fixed and mobile markets in North America combine for a stagnant revenue forecast

8.Lack of competition in fixed broadband will continue to drive up prices in North America

9.Revenue in the North American telecoms market will stop growing due to a decline in the US mobile market

10.Key trends, drivers and assumptions for the mobile and fixed markets in North America

11.Key implications and recommendations for telecoms operators

12.Regional forecasts and cross-country comparison

13.Geographical coverage: In a technologically advanced region, the USA accounts for 91% of total telecoms revenue

14.Market context: The economic outlook is relatively positive for both countries

15.Revenue and ARPU: Total revenue will be stagnant as a declining mobile market will be compensated for by growth in fixed broadband

16.Mobile penetration: User base growth will be slow due to market maturity

17.Mobile connections: We expect network shutdown across the region 2G will last longer than 3G because of legacy use cases

18.Smartphones and LTE: Smartphones have been almost universally adopted in North America

19.Mobile ARPU: The lack of a challenger operator will prevent significant ARPU decline in Canada

20.Data and revenue by generation: US operators are gearing up for the abandonment of net neutrality regulations

21.Fixed services: Migration to NGA will continue in North America, and fixedwireless 5G will come into play

22.Fixed broadband: Penetration is approaching saturation in North America, but lack of competition and upselling will prevent revenue decline

23.Key drivers at a glance for each of the North American markets

24.Key drivers at a glance table: methodology [1]

25.Key drivers at a glance table: methodology [2]

26.Individual country forecasts

27.Canada: Mobile market growth continues unabated, but will slow down in the future due to saturation

28.Canada mobile: The lack of a challenger mobile operator will prevent revenue decline, but growth will slow down

29.Canada fixed: Successful upselling of speed upgrades means continued revenue growth

30.USA: A declining mobile market will be mostly offset by growth in fixed broadband revenue

31.USA mobile: Competition driven by T-Mobile’s initiatives will continue to drive down ARPU

32.USA fixed: NGA investments and lack of competition will continue to drive up broadband ASPU

33.About the authors and Analysys Mason

34.About the authors

35.About Analysys Mason

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