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. youth ARPU Source mobileYouth 2008 Figures in $US pcm YOUTH ARPU CONTINUES TO FALL Market maturation, slowing data spend, increased competition and the prevalence of free services mean youth spending on mobile is reaching it’s natural “ARPU ceiling” NEW GROWTH TO COME FROM EXPLOITING CHANNEL ARPU The 2008 mobileYouth report looks at how mobile service providers can switch from ARPU to channel ARPU to drive up youth data spend and reverse a potentially long term erosion of profits
youth data ARPU Figures in $US Source mobileYouth 2008 YOUTH DATA ARPU CONTINUES TO FALL Widespread increase in flat rate data plans and free services means little growth left in pure data revenues. SIGNALS EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES FOR MOBILE PROVIDERS Now data has evolved to the mature platform stage, providers have an excellent opportunity as discussed in the mobileYouth 2008 report to exploit cross-selling, mobile merchandising and services that increase profitability through a reduction in churn rates.
youth mobile spending Figures in $US millions Source mobileYouth 2008 YOUTH SPENDING ON MOBILE ¼ of a TRILLION DOLLARS And growing, reaching $270 billion in 2008, with a further rise of $36 billion (or 12%) bu 2012. NEW GROWTH TO COME FROM OFF BILL OPPORTUNITIES The 2008 mobileYouth report examines mobile advertising, mobile merchandising, channel ARPU and other off-bill opportunities for growth in the mobile sector that may not be limited to the natural ceiling associated with the phone bill
youth data spend Figures in $US millions Source mobileYouth 2008 YOUTH DATA SPEND TO REACH $100 billion by 2008 Continuing to grow at 10% a year, although ths rate will slow with the gradual introduction of cheaper texting, bundles and flat rate (or free) plans. NEW OPPORTUNITIES As data slows, the market opens up for profitably engaging young consumers. The mobileYouth 2008 report examines off-bill opportunities, channel ARPU, mobile merchandising, mobile advertising, youth in product development and youth marketing value to wider campaigns.
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