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Developments in LTE Products Markets 2018: On the Eve of 5G Rollouts, Along with the Different Scenarios for Monetising 5G
[January 09, 2019]

Developments in LTE Products Markets 2018: On the Eve of 5G Rollouts, Along with the Different Scenarios for Monetising 5G

DUBLIN, Jan 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ --

The "Supply-side strategies: From LTE to 5G - Using QoS and Customisation to Leverage New Opportunities" report has been added to's offering.

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This report delivers a detailed snapshot of the latest developments in LTE products, notably since the previous report on this topic.

At a time when 5G is starting to be tested in real-life situations, especially in Asia and the United States, this report looks at the latest developments in LTE products, on the eve of 5G rollouts, along with the different scenarios for monetising 5G.

It analyses operators' different supply-side strategies and identifies recent trends and details what new applications 5G technologies will enable, and how they will impact the value chain.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary
1.1. Key findings
1.2. Recommendations

2. Changes in LTE pricing schemes
2.1. Data allowance still a tiering criteria for plans
2.2. High data allowance and unlimited plans developing
2.2.1. Product benchmark
2.2.2. Case studies
2.3. Speed-based pricing on the rise
2.3.1. Technological progress enabling a steady increase in speed
2.3.2. Speed-based tiering
2.3.3. Plans tiered b speed and data allowance

2.3.4. Plans tiered by connection speed and content
2.4. Content strategies that incorporate quality of service
2.4.1. Product benchmark
2.4.2. Paid content as part of multi-screen strategies
2.4.3. Premium content strategy available chiefly to content-owning operators
2.4.4. OTT strategies
2.4.5. Discriminating between types of content and zero-rating

3. 5G supply-side scenarios
3.1. 5G's technological contributions
3.1.1. 5G as enabler of the digitisation of society and the economy as a whole
3.1.2. 5G technological building blocks
3.1.3. Merits of network slicing and virtualisation
3.2. 5G use cases
3.2.1. Three use-case scenarios for 5G
3.2.2. 4G+ and purely 5G uses
3.2.3. Specific features of 5G products: customisation and quality of service
3.3. 5G monetisation scenarios
3.3.1. Scenario 1: 4G++ unlimited range'
3.3.2. Scenario 2: Immersive Interactive Reality'
3.3.3. Scenario 3: Remote surgery'
3.3.4. Scenario 4: Patient monitoring'
3.3.5. Scenario 5: The autonomous car'
3.3.6. Scenario 6: Smart lighting

Companies Mentioned

  • A1
  • AT&T
  • BT
  • EE
  • Elisa
  • Free
  • Movistar
  • O2
  • Orange France
  • Orange Spain
  • SFR
  • Sprint
  • Swisscom
  • Telenor
  • Telia
  • TeliaSonea
  • Three Austria
  • Three Ireland
  • Three Italy
  • Three UK
  • TIM
  • T-Mobile Austria
  • T-Mobile Germany
  • T-Mobile USA
  • Verizon
  • Vodafone Germany
  • Vodafone Italy
  • Vodafone Spain
  • Vodafone UK

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