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Data Shared Plan Opportunities, Business Models and Pricing Strategies

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Management Report
Published: June 2014
Pages: For full details, please email deborahf@cmsinfo.com
Research from: Telecom Pricing
Sector: Networks & Infrastructure

From: GBP 1195.00
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About Data Share Options


Data Sharing services - a new trend - which has been introduced by a number of MNOs worldwide. As the number of Tablets, Laptops and Smartphones per household has multiplied, operators have started to introduce shared usage plans to be used by the multiple devices or users.

Operators seek to monetise the connected device opportunity by bringing shared-data plans to market that permit users to sign up to a single service plan and share the inclusive data allowance across a number of different devices, such as a smartphone, a tablet and a router, owned by one or multiple users.

About the ‘Data Shared Plan Opportunities, Business Models and Pricing Strategies' report


The report published in PowerPoint is accompanied by a comprehensive tracker of 73 shared-data offerings and their specifics. It looks in detail at the shared-data plan opportunity, business models and pricing structures

Report Structure


Background/Introduction


Shared-Data Plans Drivers


Statistics of 73 Shared-Data Plans Globally


Business Models


Further Discussion Points


Marketing Messages


Marketing Material used by operators


Executive Summary


 


Tracker


The Tracker available in Excel and allowing for comparisons of the following fields:


Country/Region/Operator


Service name


Business Model


Max No of SIMs


Max Nos of users


Additional SIM(s) can use voice, SMS, data


Additional SIM(s) data allowance


Off-off fee per additional phone SIM (LC/USD)


Monthly fee per additional phone SIM (LC/USD)


Off-off fee per additional tablet SIM (LC/USD)


Monthly fee per additional tablet SIM (LC/USD)


Off-off fee per additional data-only device SIM (LC/USD)


Monthly fee per additional data-only device SIM (LC/USD)


Marketing Message


Compatibilities and restrictions


 


Operators analysed


Albania/Vodafone; Australia/Telstra; Bahrain/Viva; Belgium/Mobistar; Belgium/Mobistar; Belgium/Base; Canada/Bell; Canada/Bell; Canada/Rogers; Canada/Telus; Cyprus/MTN; Denmark/TDC; Denmark/Telenor; Denmark/Telia; Egypt/Vodafone; Estonia/EMT; France/Orange; France/SFR; Germany/T-Mobile; Germany/Vodafone; Germany/Vodafone; Germany/O2; Greece/Cosmote; Greece/Vodafone; Hong Kong/China Mobile Hong Kong; Hong Kong/3; Hong Kong/SmarTone; Hong Kong/PCCW; Hong Kong/CSL (1010); Hungary/T-Mobile; India/Reliance; Ireland/O2; Italy/TIM; Japan/NTT Docomo; Kuwait/Viva; Malaysia/Maxis; Malaysia/U Mobile; Netherlands/KPN; Netherlands/Vodafone; New Zealand/2degrees mobile; Nigeria/Etisalat; Norway/Netcom; Norway/Telenor; Portugal/Nos; Portugal/Portugal Telecom; Saudi Arabia/STC; Saudi Arabia/Zain; Saudi Arabia/Mobily; Saudi Arabia/Mobily; Singapore/Singtel; Singapore/StarHub; Singapore/StarHub; Singapore/M1; Slovenia/Telekom; South Africa/Vodacom; South Africa/Telkom Mobile; Spain/Movistar; Spain/Movistar; Spain/Vodafone; Spain/Orange; Spain/Yoigo; Spain/Yoigo; Sweden/Telenor; Sweden/Telenor; Sweden/Telia; Sweden/Telia; Thailand/DTAC; Thailand/AIS; Turkey/Turkcell; UAE/Du; UK/EE; USA/AT&T; USA/Verizon Wireless;


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