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行動數據及Wi-Fi的收益化:一體型、用戶中心型服務成為主流

Mobile Data and WiFi Monetization: Convergent and user-centric offers take center stage

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行動數據及Wi-Fi的收益化:一體型、用戶中心型服務成為主流 Mobile Data and WiFi Monetization: Convergent and user-centric offers take center stage
出版日期: 2016年08月24日 內容資訊: 英文 47 Pages
簡介

隨著連續性寬頻、連接性的需求持續擴大,對MNO各公司來說,行動數據通訊成為重要的收益擴大的引擎。各業者用各種方法- 網路/用戶/Wi-Fi中心型策略等 - ,努力確保客戶和擴大收益。還有透過提供一體型服務,實現Wi-Fi連接的協同效應,提高行動寬頻市場上Wi-Fi的地位。

含 本報告提供行動數據通訊市場 (Wi-Fi的) 的收益化 - 新市場機會的開拓與成長促進,市場收益的確保 - 的動向相關分析,從行動通訊業者 (MNO)觀點的行動數據市場推動因素,及今後的市場成長、技術演進的方向性,為了行動數據通訊和Wi-Fi的收益化的現在/將來應採取策略等調查、考察,主要企業的實例彙整。

摘要整理

簡介:行動數據市場機會與課題

第1章 市場成長的催化劑的行動寬頻

  • 行動寬頻的產業推動因素:概要
  • 收益擴大的推動因素的行動數據
  • 服務集中化 (匯流) 策略
  • 行動市場上Wi-Fi的地位提高
  • 巨量資料主導型的商業化戰略的登場

第2章 行動數據收益化的主要模式

  • 網路中心型模式
  • 用戶中心型模式
  • Wi-Fi中心型模式

第3章 行動數據收益化的方法和,大行動通訊業者的主要策略

  • 案例研究:China Telecom
  • 案例研究:Telefonica
  • 案例研究:ATandT
  • 案例研究:British Telecom
  • 案例研究:America Movil

第4章 Wi-Fi的收益化的方法

  • 目前/未來的Wi-Fi收益化模式
  • 案例研究:Google
  • 案例研究:Boingo

第5章 主要結論與建議

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目錄
Product Code: TC0060IR

Mobile data and WiFi continue to evolve and gain significance as catalysts of growth for the mobile services business. Network operators are employing a wide range of approaches and strategies to monetize the remarkable opportunity. Some operators focus on technological leadership, performance and service convergence to build volume and grow mobile data revenue.

BT is planning a 5G pilot to move toward full convergence of its mobile, fixed and IP platforms and create synergies across its product lines. In the US, AT&T acquired DirectTV in their quest to achieving true service convergence across mobile, video and data solutions. Many operators employ user-centric approaches to drive mobile data adoption and consumption through compelling offers built on differentiated bundling, pricing, device and content strategies.

Mobile data represents both a formidable opportunity and a challenge for network operators around the world. In 2015, mobile data revenue exceeded US$423 billion, accounting for almost half of the total mobile revenue globally (49%). It is estimated that mobile broadband revenue will exceed US$621 billion by the end of 2020.

Insatiable demand for continuous broadband connectivity has turned mobile data into a revenue growth engine for mobile network operators (MNO). Last year, operators such as China Telecom, Telefónica and América Móvil reported double-digit growth in mobile data revenue. Leading players like AT&T, British Telecom (BT) and Vodafone are leveraging mobile data to grow market share. Many carriers are now exploiting synergies stemming from mobile data analytics and WiFi connectivity.

The importance of WiFi both as a customer retention tool and a service for MNOs continues to rise. Operators such as China Telecom, BT Mobile and Telefónica promote their large WiFi hotspots networks as a value-added benefit for subscribers. Operators are also recognizing the potential of WiFi as a paid services platform and deploying ‘carrier-grade' technology to boost the reliability and performance of their WiFi networks.

Emerging WiFi monetization models strive to attract customers by promising seamless broadband data connectivity. Among the emerging WiFi-driven service models, the most potentially disruptive uses WiFi and mobile interchangeably to keep users connected. Backed by the marketing prowess of Google, this new service has the potential to change the mobile services configuration we know of today.

The report “Mobile Data and WiFi Monetization: Convergent and user-centric offers take center stage ” provides a comprehensive analysis of key monetization models and market strategies for mobile data that are being employed across the world, helping executives at MNOs, fixed telcos and pay-TV providers make informed strategic decisions. By understanding the approaches and successful strategies of leading market players, telecom executives can formulate strategies to retain customers, generate revenue growth and navigate safely in the face of disruptive competition.

Moreover, it provides analysis of key business drivers and monetization models for mobile data helps providers assess the potential impact of mobile data on their business and identify related opportunities.

Companies mentioned in this report: China Telecom, Telefónica, AT&T, British Telecom, América Móvil, Google, Boingo.

Table of Contents

Table of contents

Executive summary

Introduction: Mobile data opportunity and challenges

Section 1: Mobile broadband as a catalyst of growth

  • Overview of business drivers for mobile broadband
  • Mobile data as a driver of revenue growth
  • Service convergence strategies
  • Evolution of WiFi positioning in the mobile market
  • Emergence of big data-driven monetization strategies

Section 2: Key models for mobile data monetization

  • Network-centric models
  • User-centric models
  • WiFi-centric models

Section 3: Mobile data monetization approaches and selected strategies of leading mobile operators

  • Case study: China Telecom
  • Case study: Telefonica
  • Case study: ATandT
  • Case study: British Telecom
  • Case study: America Movil

Section 4: WiFi monetization approaches

  • Current and emerging WiFi monetization models
  • Case study: Google
  • Case study: Boingo

Section 5: Key findings and recommendations

  • Key findings
  • Recommendations

Appendices

  • Companies mentioned
  • About Pyramid Research
  • Contact information

List of Tables

  • Exhibit 1: Mobile data revenue - global (2016-2020)
  • Exhibit 2: Challenges to data monetization
  • Exhibit 3: Business drivers for mobile broadband
  • Exhibit 4: Video as a percent of mobile data traffic
  • Exhibit 5: Mobile data revenue uplift- select operators
  • Exhibit 6: Multi-play focus - selected operators
  • Exhibit 7: WiFi services' monetization avenues
  • Exhibit 8: Carrier-grade vs. Best effort hotspots
  • Exhibit 9: Leveraging big data in mobile broadband
  • Exhibit 10: Network-centric monetization models - mobile broadband
  • Exhibit 11: Elements of user-centric monetization - mobile broadband
  • Exhibit 12: Trends in mobile data sales strategies
  • Exhibit 13: Selected WiFi-focused players by model
  • Exhibit 14: China Telecom mobile broadband strategies by business driver
  • Exhibit 15: China Telecom monetization strategies - mobile broadband
  • Exhibit 16: China Telecom mobile data performance - selected KPIs
  • Exhibit 17: Telefonica mobile data revenue growth
  • Exhibit 18: Telefonica strategies by business driver
  • Exhibit 19: Prepaid data monetization 'roadmap' example
  • Exhibit 20: TEF data as % of mobile services, FY2015
  • Exhibit 21: Sample TEF data upsell programs
  • Exhibit 22: ATandT mobile broadband strategies by business driver
  • Exhibit 23: ATandT mobile share value plan elements
  • Exhibit 24: ATandT 2015 performance - selected KPIs
  • Exhibit 25: Mobile revenue share - UK, YE 2015
  • Exhibit 26: BT-EE strategies by business driver
  • Exhibit 27: Sample mobile data offers - EE
  • Exhibit 28: EE's mobile data pricing structure
  • Exhibit 29 Cross-selling market potential - BT consumer services
  • Exhibit 30: AMX capex investments - 2011 to 2015
  • Exhibit 31: AMX mobile broadband strategies by business driver
  • Exhibit 32: Claro data monetization offers - LATAM
  • Exhibit 33: America Movil revenue by business - 2015
  • Exhibit 34: Multi-play services growth - 2015-2020
  • Exhibit 35: Monetization opportunities by WiFi service model
  • Exhibit 36: Project Fi vs. Standard mobile services
  • Exhibit 37: Boingo's hotspot footprint - YE 2015
  • Exhibit 38: Boingo's revenue streams- YE 2015

List of Figures

  • Exhibit 1: Mobile data revenue - global (2016-2020)
  • Exhibit 2: Challenges to data monetization
  • Exhibit 3: Business drivers for mobile broadband
  • Exhibit 4: Video as a percent of mobile data traffic
  • Exhibit 5: Mobile data revenue uplift- select operators
  • Exhibit 6: Multi-play focus - selected operators
  • Exhibit 7: WiFi services' monetization avenues
  • Exhibit 8: Carrier-grade vs. Best effort hotspots
  • Exhibit 9: Leveraging big data in mobile broadband
  • Exhibit 10: Network-centric monetization models - mobile broadband
  • Exhibit 11: Elements of user-centric monetization - mobile broadband
  • Exhibit 12: Trends in mobile data sales strategies
  • Exhibit 13: Selected WiFi-focused players by model
  • Exhibit 14: China Telecom mobile broadband strategies by business driver
  • Exhibit 15: China Telecom monetization strategies - mobile broadband
  • Exhibit 16: China Telecom mobile data performance - selected KPIs
  • Exhibit 17: Telefonica mobile data revenue growth
  • Exhibit 18: Telefonica strategies by business driver
  • Exhibit 19: Prepaid data monetization 'roadmap' example
  • Exhibit 20: TEF data as % of mobile services, FY2015
  • Exhibit 21: Sample TEF data upsell programs
  • Exhibit 22: ATandT mobile broadband strategies by business driver
  • Exhibit 23: ATandT mobile share value plan elements
  • Exhibit 24: ATandT 2015 performance - selected KPIs
  • Exhibit 25: Mobile revenue share - UK, YE 2015
  • Exhibit 26: BT-EE strategies by business driver
  • Exhibit 27: Sample mobile data offers - EE
  • Exhibit 28: EE's mobile data pricing structure
  • Exhibit 29 Cross-selling market potential - BT consumer services
  • Exhibit 30: AMX capex investments - 2011 to 2015
  • Exhibit 31: AMX mobile broadband strategies by business driver
  • Exhibit 32: Claro data monetization offers - LATAM
  • Exhibit 33: America Movil revenue by business - 2015
  • Exhibit 34: Multi-play services growth - 2015-2020
  • Exhibit 35: Monetization opportunities by WiFi service model
  • Exhibit 36: Project Fi vs. Standard mobile services
  • Exhibit 37: Boingo's hotspot footprint - YE 2015
  • Exhibit 38: Boingo's revenue streams- YE 2015
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