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市場調查報告書

無線產業

Wireless Industry Indices Report: 2015

出版商 Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association 商品編碼 245548
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 148 Pages
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無線產業 Wireless Industry Indices Report: 2015
出版日期: 2016年08月01日 內容資訊: 英文 148 Pages
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本報告提供全球無線產業的相關調查,整體檢討,產業實際成果及生產率的詳細基準,無線服務與有線服務市場的比較,資訊服務收益,費用·各產業業務收益,加上橫向用戶的利用模式,漸進的資本投資及預付卡用戶等過去·目前市場趨勢分析,淨增數,提供未連接及流量平衡資料等無線產業的廣泛性統計,預付卡·無線資訊服務的分析,為您概述為以下內容。

資訊服務的利用及收益

利用時間及通話

未連接·增加

無線 vs 有線比較

資本投資的增加及基本設備

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Product Code: 399

The CTIA Wireless Industry Indices report is an in-depth analysis of the 2015 data survey results. The survey, previously conducted semi-annually, is now conducted on an annual basis. CTIA has conducted the data survey since January 1985.

With 65 tables and 41 charts, the 148-page CTIA Wireless Industry Indices report provides a comprehensive review of the survey results over time, and a detailed series of benchmarks for industry performance and productivity. The latest issue of the CTIA Wireless Industry Indices report provides special sections on prepaid and wireless data services, including the number of smartphones and other devices. Among current and historical industry trends analyzed are wireless service revenues, subscriber usage (minutes of use, messages, and megabytes), incremental capital investment, prepaid subscribership, and subscriber-to-employee ratios. CTIA's Wireless Industry Indices report provides a broad range of statistics for the wireless industry, including gross additions and disconnects. The report draws upon additional sources to include subscribership by state and household penetration.

As the industry has evolved, the CTIA survey has tracked its changes. These benchmarks are not static measures, and CTIA has developed additional benchmarks and improved definitions and instructions to adapt to changes in the industry, including the growth of wireless data services. The reported information includes:

  • Prepaid Subscribership
  • Data traffic measures and Minutes of Use
  • Disconnects and Additions
  • Incremental Capital Investment and Infrastructure
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