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  • 1. LTE Profit Mantras 2012-2016Report Details:Published:September 2012No. of Pages: 180Price: Single User License – US$3995Chanting the innovative ways of doing business with LTE, Tariff mechanisms, MobileConvergence; Overcoming Post-Deployment Challenges; Case Studies on NetworkSharing/Special Efficiency/Interoperability & Roaming; along with LTE-Advanced Roadmaps,2012-2016LTE Profit Mantras is a tribute to TRL for its unique management vision of endeavouring to deliverwhat its clientele actually look for - Progressive ARPUs leading towards greater profits via NGNtechnologies, in particular LTE/LTE Advanced."" - Analysts team, TeleResearch Labs.Key Questions answered:•What are the appropriate LTE deployment, pricing and product positioning models to accomplish profit from shortest turnaround?•What are the various pre/ post deployment LTE issues operators are facing, and how to work around them?•What are the mechanisms to optimise LTE CAPEX and OPEX?•How best to integrate LTE TDD and LTE FDD?•What are the key global LTE operators future strategies?•Who should or shouldnt yet delve into LTE deployments, and why?•What new business models can device makers work upon in collaboration with operators to mass-customise LTE services?•How can operators in under-developed/ developing economies turn the very disadvantages into their strengths vis-à-vis LTE deployments?•How best should MNOs handle the device subsidies issue?•What are the innovative and non-traditional business models for operators to make LTE bundling & branding viral (like various QoS/ value-based offerings etc.)?•How can operators work with vendors to optimise the use of Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA)?•What are our recommendations for effective business collaborations amongst operators and vendors?Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/208704-lte-profit-mantras-2012-2016.html
  • 2. Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report includeTable of Contents1 Executive Summary2 Intricacy of LTE Business Models & Charging Mechanisms – Beware before its Too Late2.1 LTE Deployments– Where should you begin for ensuring the shortest turnaround?Figure 2-1 Network Deployment Strategies Adopted by Early Movers2.2 LTE Operator Types and Business Models – Where do you fit in?2.2.1 Why mustnt all follow in Verizons footsteps? A Critical Analysis2.2.1.1 Verizons LTE Rollout RoadmapFigure 2-2 Verizons LTE Rollout Roadmap, 2010-20132.2.1.2 What lies behind Verizons aggressive LTE pricing strategies?2.2.1.2.1 Apples iPad 4G LTE Plan Pricing Detail: Verizon Vs. AT&TTable 2-1 LTE Price Plans- Verizon Vs. AT&T, 20122.2.1.2.2 Verizons Family Shared Data PlansTable 2-2 Verizons Unlimited Talk & Text + Shared Data Plans, 20122.2.1.2.3 Verizon Killing its Unlimited Data Plans2.2.2 TeliaSonera, Sweden – What made it the pioneer where others couldnt?2.2.2.1 Telias LTE Rollout RoadmapFigure 2-3 TeliaSoneras LTE Rollout Roadmap, 2009-20122.2.2.2 TeliaSonera LTE Pricing StrategyTable 2-3 Telias Sweden LTE Plans2.2.3 New Service Models by Tele2, Telenor-Net4Mobility2.2.3.1 Net4Mobilitys LTE Deployment Plans2.2.3.2 Net4Mobilitys Conservative LTE Pricing StrategyTable 2-4 Telenors Net4Mobility LTE Price Plan, 20122.2.4 CyFrowy Polsat – Bundling LTE with other Telecom Services2.2.5 Offering DSL-like Services in Rural Areas – Vodafone, Germany2.2.5.1 Vodafone LTE Rollout Roadmap, 2010 - 20122.2.5.2 Vodafone Germany LTE PricingTable 2-5 Vodafones Germany LTE Tariffs, 20122.2.6 The Rise of MVNOs Significance in LTE Deployments, 2012-20162.2.6.1 Proposed MVNO Launches 2012-20162.2.6.1.1 Ting to Offer LTE through Sprint Network2.2.6.1.2 MegaFons TD-LTE MVNO2.2.6.1.3 Rostelecom to offer LTE on Yotas Network2.2.6.1.4 FreedomPop Sprint LTE2.3 Wholesale/ Under-the-Floor Players (UtF) LTE Network Business Model2.3.1 Wholesale Business Model: Operators Getting Aggressive?Figure 2-4 Mobile Broadband Wholesale Market (In US$ billion), 2012, 2016 & 20202.3.2 SWOT AnalysisFigure 2-5 LTE Wholesale Business Model SWOT Analysis2.3.3 Future of LTE Wholesale Business Model
  • 3. 2.3.4 Case Studies: Major LTE Networks Wholesalers2.3.4.1 Clearwire Corp., USA2.3.4.2 LightSquared, USA2.3.4.3 YOTA, Russia2.3.4.4 Aero2, Poland2.3.4.5 MVS communications, Mexico2.3.4.6 Kenyas LTE Wholesale Network: PPP Model2.3.5 Significant LTE Wholesale Network Deals 2012-20162.3.5.1 Cricket Communications Inc. – Clearwire Corp.2.3.5.2 Yota- Rostelecom2.3.5.3 LightSquared - NetTALK2.3.5.4 LightSquared – EarthComm Solutions2.3.5.5 PowerNet Global - LightSquared2.3.5.6 LightSquared Inc - Sprint Nextel2.3.5.7 Quantum Networks – LightSquared2.4 Global LTE Price Plans- A Comparative AnalysisTable 2-6 Comparison of LTE Price Plans for Commercial Offerings, 20112.4.1 LTE Early Mover – Ensuring profits or burning your fingers?Table 2-7 Advantages and Disadvantages of LTE for Early Movers2.4.2 Throttling Unlimited Data Plans – Who should and who shouldnt?2.4.2.1 Orange, UK2.4.2.2 AT&T, USA2.4.3 LTE Pricing – How does the end-user perceive it?2.4.4 Flexible LTE Tariffs – A temporary solution?2.5 Positioning of LTE Services – A Make or Break Strategy for MNOs2.5.1 Urban/ Rural/ Unserved/ Underserved/ Developed Areas – Suggestions &GuidelinesFigure 2-6 LTE Oriented Services in Consumer SegmentFigure 2-7 LTE Oriented Services in Business Segment3 LTE CAPEX & OPEX Strategies – keys to Profit…or Doom3.1 Global LTE Capital Spending on the RiseFigure 3-1 Global LTE Capital Spending (In US$ Billion), 2012-20163.2 LTE CAPEX/ OPEX Model3.2.1 MNOs CAPEX and OPEX- Developed Vs. Emerging MarketsFigure 3-2 MNOs Typical CAPEX Costs per Site- Developed Vs. Emerging MarketsFigure 3-3 MNOs Typical OPEX Costs per Site- Developed Vs. Emerging Markets3.2.2 OPEX CategorisationFigure 3-4 OPEX Break Down for an LTE Operator (In %)3.2.3 Base Station Deployment, Upgradation and RAN Deployment CostFigure 3-5 LTE Base Station Deployment Forecast (In Numbers), 2011 and 2016Figure 3-6 Global 4G Equipment Expenditure on Base Stations (In US$ Billion),2011-2016
  • 4. Figure 3-7 Global Small Cell Base Stations Deployment Forecast (In Million), 201120163.2.4 Core network Deployment CostFigure 3-8 LTE Evolved Packet Core (EPC) Capital Expenditure (In %), 20123.2.5 Small Cell Deployment CostFigure 3-9 Global Small Cells Backhaul Capital Expenditure Forecast (In US$Billion), 2011 - 20163.2.6 Mobile Backhaul CostFigure 3-10 Global Mobile Backhaul Operational Cost Forecast (In US$ Billion), 2011 -20163.3 LTE Investment Priorities: Operators Capital Allocation to Maximise ROITable 3-1 Top Five Investment Areas to Maximise ROIFigure 3-11 Top Five Investment Areas to Maximise ROI3.4 How Self Organising Networks (SON) can reduce CAPEX & OPEX?3.4.1 SONs Overview and MeritsFigure 3-12 Merits of SON Functions in Operators Operations & MaintenanceWorkflow3.4.2 SON Saves You MoneyFigure 3-13 Large US Operators Cost Savings with SON (In Euro Million)Figure 3-14 Various Global Operators Cost Savings with SON (In Euro Million)3.4.3 MNO Leveraging SON3.4.3.1 AT&T Mobility, USA3.4.3.2 TeliaSonera, Sweden3.4.3.3 T-Mobile, Austria3.4.3.4 KDDI, Japan3.5 Network Sharing – Only way out for smaller players?3.5.1 How operators are monetising network sharing models?Table 3-2 Financial Benefits of Different Network Sharing Models3.5.2 So, how much would you save over 5 years by a network sharing model?Figure 3-15 Accumulated CAPEX and OPEX Savings from Network Sharing over 5Years (In %)3.5.3 Active Network Sharing3.5.3.1 Major LTE Network Active Sharing CasesTable 3-3 Major LTE Network Active Sharing Deals3.5.4 Passive Network Sharing3.5.4.1 Major LTE Network Passive Sharing CasesTable 3-4 Major LTE Network Passive Sharing Deals3.6 How unpaired spectrum can serve as a cost effective solution for theOperators?3.7 How Cloud Solutions Reduces CAPEX/ OPEX?3.7.1 Samsung SmartCloud Solution3.8 What is the potential in LTE RAN and EPC market?
  • 5. 3.8.1 LTE RAN (E-UTRAN) Infrastructure Equipment Revenue ForecastFigure 3-16 Global LTE RAN Infrastructure Equipment Revenue Forecast (In US$Billion), 2010-20163.8.2 LTE EPC (Core Network) Infrastructure Equipment Revenue ForecastFigure 3-17 Global LTE EPC Infrastructure Equipment Revenue Forecast (In US$ Billion), 2010-20164. LTE Uptake Prophecy on Dta ARPUs & Subscriptions4.1 Global LTE Industry MarketFigure 4-1 Global LTE Industry Market Forecast (In US$ Billion), 2011-20164.2 Global LTE Industry Market Forecast by Service Revenue, InfrastructureSales and DeviceFigure 4-2 Global LTE Industry Market Forecast by Type (In US$ Billion), 2011-2016Table 4-1 Global LTE Industry Market Share and CAGR (In %), 2011-20164.3 Regional LTE Service Revenues Forecast4.4 Global LTE Subscribers ForecastFigure 4-3 Global LTE Subscribers Forecast (In Million), 2011-20164.5 Regional LTE Subscribers ForecastFigure 4-4 Regional LTE Subscribers Forecast (In Million), 2011-2016Table 4-2 Regional LTE Subscribers Market Share and CAGR (In %), 2011-20164.6 Global LTE Subscribers by Type (LTE TDD and LTE FDD)Figure 4-5 Global LTE Subscribers Forecast by Type (In Million), 2011-20164.7 Global LTE Subscriptions ForecastFigure 4-6 Global LTE Subscriptions Forecast (In Million), 2011-20164.8 Global LTE Subscriptions Market Share by OperatorsFigure 4-7 LTE Subscriptions Market Share (In %), 20114.9 Regional LTE Subscriptions ForecastFigure 4-8 Regional LTE Subscription Forecast (In Million), 2011-20164.10 Global LTE ARPU MantrasFigure 4-9 Global LTE ARPU (In $), 2011-20175. LTE Mantras for Successful Deployments5.1 Global LTE Deployment TrendFigure 5-1 Global LTE Deployments and Commitments, 2012Figure 5-2 Commercial LTE Network Launches (In Numbers), 2009-20125.2 LTE Growing Faster than HSPAFigure 5-3 Number of Network Commitments after 6 months and 12 Months of 1stCommercial Launches5.3 LTE Deployments Current State in Key Countries (TDD/ FDD)Table 5-1 LTE Deployment by Countries, Operators & Launch Data, September2009 - May 20125.4 FDD and TDD Bands5.4.1 Bands Available GloballyTable 5-2 Different FDD and TDD Bands Defined by 3GPP
  • 6. 5.4.2 Regional Analysis of Spectrum Bands AvailableTable 5-3 Spectrum Bands Available in Different Regions5.5 LTE TDD Market – A New Rising Wave5.5.1 LTE TDD Market OverviewTable 5-4 LTE TDD Market Overview, December 2011Figure 5-4 LTE TDD Trial Networks, December 20115.5.2 Operators Activities in LTE TDD AreaTable 5-5 Activities Conducted by Key Operators in LTE TDD Area, May 20125.5.3 TDD Spectrum BandsTable 5-6 3GPP TDD Spectrum BandsTable 5-7 Global LTE Deployments Status in 1800 MHz: Current & Future, May20125.6 LTE Deployments in 1800 MHz Band5.7 LTE Deployment Future Plans (FDD & TDD)Figure 5-5 LTE Future Deployment Trends5.8 LTE Policy Management: Providing Optimised Solutions5.8.1 Minimising Network Congestion5.8.2 Enhancing QoS (Quality of Service)5.8.3 Service Monetisation5.9 Deployment Strategies – Who should follow which, and why?5.9.1 Operators Key LTE Requirements5.9.2 What are the deployment paths for LTE?Figure 5-6 Various Deployment Paths towards LTE5.9.3 LTE Deployment Strategies: A Solution for ALLFigure 5-7 Deployment Strategy for Operators5.9.4 What is the viability of integration of FDD and TDD Networks?Table 5-8 European Countries with Potential for Hybrid LTE FDD/ TDD Networks5.9.5 US LTE Time BuildoutsFigure 5-8 US LTE Time Buildouts5.10 LTE Advanced: Dont Run or You might Trip!5.10.1 Whats so great about LTE Advanced?5.10.2 LTE Advanced Drivers5.10.3 Planned LTE Advanced Trials/ Rollouts5.10.3.1 T-Mobile USA5.10.3.2 Clearwire5.10.3.3 Dish Network5.10.3.4 AT&T5.10.3.5 Sprint5.10.3.6 NTT DoCoMo5.11 LTE Convergence: Facilitating New Avenues of Profits for Operators5.11.1 Live TV Broadcast: LTE to Deliver Seamlessly5.11.2 Case Studies
  • 7. 5.11.2.1 Telefonica5.11.2.2 Verizon5.11.2.3 Telesonera5.11.3 LTE Connected Cars5.11.3.1 Case Study: Verizons 4G Venture Forum for Connected Cars5.11.4 Opportunities in Rail Industry5.11.5 Health Surveillance5.11.6 Machine Tele-monitoring5.11.7 Vehicle Tracking5.11.8 Video Surveillancefety LTE Market5.11.9 Utilities5.11.10 Public Safety LTE MarketFigure 5-9 Global Public Safety LTE Market Forecast (In US$ Million), 2011-20165.11.11 Will LTE & WiMAX Coexist?5.11.12 New Streams of Revenues for LTE OperatorsTable 5-9 Value Added Services in LTE Environment5.11.12.1 Mobile Cloud Services: GenEx Applications5.11.12.2 Rich Voice5.11.12.3 P2F Messaging5.11.12.4 Browsing5.11.12.5 Paid information5.11.12.6 Personalisation5.11.12.7 Games5.11.12.7.1 G Cloud: Worlds First LTE Cloud Gaming Service5.11.12.8 Mobile Video: TV/ VoD5.11.12.9 Music5.11.12.10 Content Messaging and Cross Media5.11.12.11 M-Commerce5.11.12.12 Mobile Data Networking6. LTE Mantras for Overcoming Post-Deployment Challenges6.1 Top LTE Issues – Analysis & SolutionsFigure 6-1 Building a Right Strategy to Monetise LTE6.2 Lack of Spectrum Harmonisation Affecting Interoperability, Roaming and QoS6.2.1 Spectrum in DemandFigure 6-2 Spectrum Demand Vs. Supply (In Gbytes), 2010-20166.2.2 What is the Operators Spectrum requirement?Figure 6-3 Operator Spectrum Requirement (In MHz of Spectrum), 2010-20166.3 How spectrum crisis affects operators LTE plans?6.4 Band Fragmentation Leading to ComplexitiesFigure 6-4 Core Band Market Share as a Proportion of Global Addressable Market (In %), 2011and 20166.5 Voice over LTE (VoLTE)
  • 8. 6.5.1 Circuit Switch Fallback (CS Fallback)Figure 6-5 The 3 Phases of LTE Voice Evolution6.5.2 VoIP Approach as Proposed by NSN6.5.3 IMS based VoIP6.6 Traffic Management6.6.1 Global Mobile Data Consumption Landscape6.6.2 Soaring Bandwidth: Mobile Devices Boom6.6.3 Data OffloadingFigure 6-6 Wi-Fi Vs. Femtocells Penetration (In %), 2011 and 2015Table 6-1 Global Monthly Mobile Data Traffic by Geographical Region (In TB), 20112016Figure 6-7 Global Mobile Data and Internet Traffic by Geographical Region (In %),2011-20166.7 Backhaul Costs and OptionsTable 6-2 Backhaul Options and their Suitability to Meet Future Demand6.8 Evolving to an All-IP NetworkTable 6-3 IP Overlay and ALL-IP – Network AttributesFigure 6-8 IP Overlay Network ArchitectureFigure 6-9 ALL-IP Network Architecture6.9 Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)6.10 LTE Handset Availability and Compatibility IssuesFigure 6-10 Smartphones Penetration in Selected Countries (In %), 20116.11 Security6.12 Pricing6.13 Roaming7. What are the key LTE Operators up to?7.1 Verizon Wireless7.1.1 Company Overview7.1.2 Data Price PlansTable 7-1 Verizon Data on Share Everything Plan, June 2012Table 7-2 Verizon Data-Only Plan7.1.3 Verizons LTE SubscriptionFigure 7-1 Verizons Quarterly LTE Subscribers (In Million), 2011 and 2012Figure 7-2 Verizons 4G LTE POP (In Million), 2011 and 20127.1.4 Verizons 4G LTE Devices SoldFigure 7-3 Verizon 4G LTE Devices Quarterly Sales (In Million), 2011 and 20127.1.5 Future Plans and Challenges7.2 AT&T Mobility7.2.1 Company Overview7.2.2 What advantage does AT&T carry over Verizon?7.2.3 LTE Price PlansTable 7-3 AT&T LTE Pricing Plan
  • 9. Table 7-4 New iPad Comparisons, AT&T Vs. Verizon7.2.4 Future Plans and Strategies7.3 Sprint Nextel7.3.1 Company Overview7.3.2 4G WiMAX SubscribersFigure 7-4 Sprint-Clearwire Quarterly 4G WiMAX Subscribers (In Million), 2011 and 20127.3.3 Switching from WiMAX to LTE – Why now?7.3.4 Future Plans and StrategiesFigure 7-5 Sprints LTE Roadmap7.4 T- Mobile USA7.4.1 Company Overview7.4.2 HSPA+ Coverage and Data ConsumptionFigure 7-6 T-Mobile Smartphone MB Consumption, 2009-2012Figure 7-7 T-Mobile USA 4G HSPA+ Coverage, June 20127.4.3 Future Plans and Strategies7.5 MetroPCS7.5.1 Company Overview7.5.2 LTE price PlansTable 7-5 MetroPCS Latest LTE Price Plans, June 20127.5.3 Why lower adoption rate?Figure 7-8 MetroPCS LTE Subscriber Base (In Million), 2011 and Q1 20127.5.4 Future Plans in LTE Segment7.6 TeliaSonera, Sweden7.6.1 Company Overview7.6.2 Strategy behind being the Global LTE Pioneer7.6.3 TeliaSoneras LTE Subscriber Base7.6.4 LTE Price PlansTable 7-6 TeliaSoneras LTE Pricing Plans, 20127.6.5 Future Plans in LTE Segment7.7 Vodafone7.7.1 Company OverviewTable 7-7 Key Regions of Vodafone Group (In Million), March 31, 20127.7.2 Increase in Vodafones Data VolumeFigure 7-9 Vodafone Data Volume (In Petabyte), 2010-20127.7.3 Mobile License Held by VodafoneTable 7-8 Vodafones Mobile Licenses Across Key Regions, March 31, 20127.7.4 LTE Price PlansTable 7-9 Vodafones LTE Usage Based Tariffs7.7.5 Future Plans in LTE segment7.8 Telefonica, Spain7.8.1 Company OverviewTable 7-10 Telefonicas Global Subscriber Base (In Million), March 2012
  • 10. 7.8.2 LTE Price PlansTable 7-11 Telefonicas Various LTE Price Plans, June 20127.8.3 Future Plans in LTE Segment7.9 Telecom Italia, Italy7.9.1 Company Overview7.9.2 Why the delay in LTE service commercial launch?7.10 France Telecom – Orange, France7.10.1 Company Overview7.10.2 Reasons for Delay in the Launch of LTE in France7.11 Yota, Russia7.11.1 Company Overview7.11.2 What made Yota shift to LTE?7.11.3 LTE Unlimited Data Pricing Strategy7.11.4 Future Plans in LTE Segment7.12 NTT DoCoMo, Japan7.12.1 Company Overview7.12.2 LTE Price PlansTable 7-12 NTT DoCoMos New LTE Billing PlansTable 7-13 NTT DoCoMos Monthly Charges (including Tax) for Voice Calls, 2012Table 7-14 NTT DoCoMos Monthly Charges (including Tax) for Packet Data Billing Plans, 20127.12.3 LTE SubscribersFigure 7-10 NTT DoCoMos LTE Subscribers (In Million), December 2010-June 20127.12.4 Future Plans in LTE Segment7.13 KDDI, Japan7.13.1 Company Overview7.13.2 WiMAX SubscribersFigure 7-11 KDDIs WiMAX Quarterly Subscribers (In Thousand), 2011 and 20127.13.3 Future Plans in LTE Segment7.14 SoftBank, Japan7.14.1 Company Overview7.14.2 LTE SubscribersFigure 7-12 SoftBanks Monthly LTE Subscribers (In Numbers), March-June 20127.14.3 Data Price PlansFigure 7-13 SoftBanks Unlimited Data Plan for ULTRA SPEED7.14.4 Future Plans in LTE Segment7.15 SK Telecom, South Korea7.15.1 Company Overview7.15.2 LTE SubscribersFigure 7-14 SK Telecoms LTE Subscribers (In Million), December 2011-May 20127.15.3 LTE Price PlansTable 7-15 SK Telecoms LTE Price Plans, April 20127.15.4 Future Plans in LTE Segment
  • 11. 7.15.5 Worlds First MultiCarrier LTE7.16 Telstra, Australia7.16.1 Company Overview7.16.2 LTE Price PlansTable 7-16 Telstras LTE Price Plans, 20127.16.3 Future Plans in LTE Segment7.17 SingTel, Singapore7.17.1 Company OverviewTable 7-17 SingTels LTE Roadmap7.17.2 LTE Price PlansTable 7-18 SingTel Mobile Prestige 75 LTE Price Plan, January 2012Table 7-19 SingTel New LTE Data Plans (Flexi and iFlexi plans) for SmartphoneUsers, July 20127.17.3 Future Plans in LTE Segment7.18 LG U+, South Korea7.18.1 Company Overview7.18.2 LTE subscribersFigure 7-15 LG U+ LTE Subscribers (In Million), February 2012–May 20127.18.3 LTE Price PlansTable 7-20 LG U+ LTE Price Plan, 20127.18.4 Future Plans in LTE Segment7.19 KT, South Korea7.19.1 Company Overview7.19.2 LTE SubscribersFigure 7-16 KTs LTE Subscribers (In Million), March 2012–June 20127.19.3 LTE Price PlansTable 7-21 KTs LTE Price Plans, 20127.19.4 Future Plans in LTE Segment7.20 China Mobile, China7.20.1 Company OverviewFigure 7-17 China Mobiles Deployment History and Plans7.20.2 What restricts China Mobiles 3G Growth?Figure 7-18 China Mobiles 3G Numbers (In Million), 2011 & 20127.20.3 Reasons for Delay in Launch of LTE Services7.20.4 LTE Future Plans7.21 Bharti Airtel, India7.21.1 Company OverviewFigure 7-19 Airtels BWA Deployment History & Plans7.21.2 Data Price PlansTable 7-22 Airtels New 3G Data Plans, May 2012Table 7-23 Airtels 4G LTE Price Plans, May 20127.21.3 4G take-off on 3G struggle?
  • 12. Table 7-24 Indias 3G Upgrade by Operator, Q1 20127.21.4 Future Plans in LTE Segment7.22 VivaCell-MTS, Armenia7.22.1 Company Overview7.22.2 LTE Price Plans7.23 Etisalat, UAE7.23.1 Company Overview7.23.2 LTE Price PlansTable 7-25 Etisalats LTE Price Plans, 20127.23.3 Etilslats Future Strategies7.24 Zain, Saudi Arabia7.24.1 Company Overview7.24.2 LTE Price PlansTable 7-26 Zain 4G Broadband Data Plans, May 20127.24.3 Future Plans in LTE Segment7.25 Ucell, Uzbekistan7.25.1 Company Overview7.25.2 How Ucell cut CAPEX?7.25.3 Future Plans and Strategies7.26 Qubee, Bangladesh & Pakistan7.26.1 Company Overview – WiMAX Provider7.26.2 WiMAX SubscribersFigure 7-20 WiMAX Subscribers in Bangladesh and Pakistan (In Numbers), March2011 and March 20127.26.3 WiMAX Data PackagesTable 7-27 Qubee WiMAX Data Plan, February 20127.26.4 Uncertain Future in India8. LTE Device Market8.1 An Analysis of LTE User Devices LaunchedTable 8-1 Global LTE User Devices Launched (In Numbers), February 2011–April 2012Figure 8-1 Global LTE User Devices Launched (In %), February 2011–April 2012Figure 8-2 Mobile Device Throughput Capability8.2 LTE User Devices Launched by Operating FrequenciesTable 8-2 Global LTE User Devices Launched by Operational Frequencies (In Numbers),February 2011–April 20128.3 Device Subsidies8.3.1 How device subsidies are affecting Operators ROI?8.3.2 Should Operators refrain from device subsidies?8.3.3 Solutions for Device Subsidies8.3.3.1 Subsidies only for new customers8.3.3.1.1 Case Study: Verizon Offering Unlimited Data Plans without Device Subsidies8.3.3.2 Data Subsidy Substituting Device Subsidy
  • 13. 8.3.3.3 Operators Poised to Reduce Subsidies8.4 Global LTE Devices Shipment Forecast8.4.1 LTE Device Shipment ForecastFigure 8-3 Global LTE Device Shipment Market Forecast (In Million), 2011-20168.4.2 LTE Device Shipment Forecast by RegionTable 8-3 LTE Device Shipment Forecast by Region (In Million), 2011-2016Figure 8-4 LTE Device Shipment Forecast by Region (In %), 2011–20128.4.3 4G LTE Handset Shipment ForecastFigure 8-5 Global 4G LTE Handset Shipments Forecast (In Million), 2011-20168.5 Global 4G Devices Activated Market8.5.1 LTE and WiMAX Devices Activated ForecastFigure 8-6 Global 4G Devices Activated Market Forecast (In Million), 2011-2016Figure 8-7 Global LTE Devices Activated as a % of Total 4G Devices Activated (In %), 2011-2016Figure 8-8 Global WiMAX Devices Activated as a % of Total 4G Devices Activated (In %), 2011-20168.5.2 Global Dual Mode Activated Devices Forecast (FDD+TDD)Figure 8-9 Global Dual Mode Active Devices Market Forecast (In Million), 2011-20168.5.3 Global Multi Mode Device Activated Market Forecast (FDD-LTE+3G, TDD LTE+ WiMAX)Figure 8-10 Global Multi Mode Active Devices Market Forecast (In Million), 2011-20168.5.4 Global LTE Devices Revenues ForecastFigure 8-11 Global LTE Devices Revenues Forecast (In US$ Billion), 2011-20168.6 Smartphones Vs. Tablets for LTE Monetisation8.6.1 LTE Smartphones Market8.6.1.1 Top Ten Economical LTE Smartphones8.6.1.1.1 Samsung Galaxy S 2 Skyrocket8.6.1.1.2 Motorola Droid Bionic8.6.1.1.3 Nokia Lumia 9008.6.1.1.4 Samsung Stratosphere8.6.1.1.5 LG Viper 4G LTE8.6.1.1.6 LG Lucid8.6.1.1.7 Samsung Focus 28.6.1.1.8 HTC Vivid8.6.1.1.9 Pantech Breakout8.6.1.1.10 LG Nitro8.6.2 Smartphones Shipment ForecastFigure 8-12 Global Smartphones Shipment Forecast (In Million), 2010-20168.6.3 Smartphones Sales ForecastFigure 8-13 Worldwide Smartphones Sales and Operating System Market Share, 2011-20168.6.4 Smartphones Quarterly Sales by Key PlayersTable 8-4 Smartphones Quarterly Sales by Top Players (In Million), 2010, 2011 & 2012Figure 8-14 Smartphones Quarterly Sales by Top Players (In %), 2010, 2011 & 20128.6.5 Tablet Sales by Top Players
  • 14. Table 8-5 Tablets Sales by Top Players (In Million), 2010 & 2011Figure 8-15 Apple the Leader of Tablets Market (In %), 20118.7 Multimode Chipsets Market8.8 Understanding Consumers Psychology in Different Socio-EconomicRegions-Tone Down the ‘High-tech and Look towards ‘Low-tech offerings9. LTE Ecosystem9.1 A Look at the Key LTE Infrastructure ProvidersTable 9-1 Key LTE Infrastructure Providers9.2 LTE Vendor Market Share9.3 Vendors Profitability Analysis9.4 What are the major handset vendors planning?Table 9-2 Key LTE Handset Vendors9.4.1 LTE Vendor Market Share9.5 What new offerings would the big LTE chipset providers come up with?Table 9-3 Key LTE Chipset Providers9.6 Primary LTE Backhaul Solution VendorsTable 9-4 Key LTE Backhaul Solution Vendors9.7 Major LTE EPC Solution ProvidersTable 9-5 Key LTE EPC Solution Providers9.8 Other Communities Participating in LTE DevelopmentsTable 9-6 Other Key Communities Role10. An Exclusive Case Study on LTE Deployments in Europe10.1 LTE Deployment Area – Too Much Somewhere, Too Less at OthersTable 10-1 LTE Deployment Area with Population Density per Km²10.2 Understanding Varying LTE Tariffs in EuropeTable 10-2 LTE Tariffs in Europe10.3 LTE Services Expected PenetrationTable 10-3 Technical Assumptions for LTE Deployment and PenetrationFigure 10-1 LTE Service Penetration Forecast (In %), 2015-202210.4 Annual CAPEX & OPEX BreakupTable 10-4 Annual CAPEX BreakdownTable 10-5 Annual OPEX BreakdownFigure 10-2 Present Values of Future Cash Flows and Cash Balance11. Recommendations & Conclusions11.1 Recommendations for MNOs11.2 Recommendations for Vendors11.3 Recommendations for Technical Heads11.4 Recommendations for Device Manufacturers11.5 Recommendations for Infrastructure Providers11.6 Conclusions11.6.1 SWOT Analysis of LTE MarketTable 11-1 LTE SWOT Analysis
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