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1 Introduction 18
1.1 Executive Summary 18
1.2 Topics Covered 19
1.3 Key Findings 20
1.3.1 ARPUs and Operator Service Revenues 20
1.3.2 Deployment Strategies 20
1.3.3 CAPEX and OPEX Strategies 20
1.3.4 Pricing Strategies 20
1.4 Target Audience 21
1.5 Companies Mentioned 22
2 Present Overview of the LTE Market 31
2.1 Key Drivers for LTE Adoption 31
2.1.1 Skyrocketing Mobile Broadband Usage 31
2.1.2 Opportunities for Higher ARPUs 32
2.1.3 CAPEX Efficient Broadband Availability in Rural Areas 32
2.1.4 Spectral Efficiency and Reduction in RAN OPEX 33
2.1.5 Vendor Commitments 33
2.1.6 Maintaining Technology Leadership 34
2.2 50 + LTE Commercial Networks Worldwide 35
2.3 7+ Million Subscriptions Worldwide 36
2.4 300 + Commercial LTE Device Launches 37
2.5 Frequency Spectrum Selection & Fragmentation 39
3 Key Trends in LTE Deployments 41
3.1 MNO Technology Migration Paths for LTE 41
3.2 Rollout Strategies 42
3.3 Interoperability with 3G and 2G Systems 43
3.4 VoLTE & SMS over LTE Services 44
3.4.1 Circuit Switched Fall Back (CSFB) 44
3.4.2 VoLGA 45
3.4.3 VoIMS 46
3.4.4 The Threat of OTT Solutions 48
3.4.5 VoLTE Deployment Plans 48
3.4.5.1 MetroPCS (US) 48
3.4.5.2 Verizon Wireless (US) 48
3.4.5.3 AT&T Mobility (US) 49
3.4.5.4 LG U+ (Korea) 49
3.4.5.5 CSL (Hong Kong) 50
3.4.6 VoLTE Development Roadmap 50
3.5 Migration Towards LTE-Advanced 52
3.5.1 ITU Approval as the Official 4G Standard 52
3.5.2 Operator Commitments to LTE-Advanced 53
3.5.2.1 AT&T Mobility (US) 53
3.5.2.2 Sprint (US) 53
3.5.2.3 NTT DoCoMo (Japan) 53
3.5.2.4 SK Telecom (South Korea) 53
3.5.2.5 Korea Telecom (South Korea) 53
3.6 The FDD vs. TDD Debate 54
3.6.1 Interoperability b/w FDD and TD LTE 55
3.6.2 Heterogeneous TDD/WiMAX Networks 56
3.7 The Wholesale LTE Deployment Model 57
3.7.1 Growing Interest in the Wholesale Model 57
3.7.2 LightSquared (US) 57
3.7.3 Clearwire (US) 59
3.7.4 Dish Network (US) 60
3.7.5 UK Broadband (UK) 61
3.7.6 British Telecom Wholesale (UK) 62
3.7.7 Yota (Russia) 63
3.7.8 Aero2 (Poland) 64
3.7.9 MVS Comunicaciones (Mexico) 65
3.7.10 Kenyan Government 66
3.7.11 Net4Mobility (Sweden) 67
3.7.12 NBN (Australia) 68
3.8 LTE Traffic Management Strategies 69
3.9 Managing ROI with LTE Investments 72
4 LTE Service, Pricing & Marketing Strategies 73
4.1 Differentiating LTE from 3G Services 73
4.2 A Global Review of LTE Pricing Plans 73
4.2.1 North America 74
4.2.2 Asia Pacific 75
4.2.3 Europe 76
4.2.4 Middle East & Africa 76
4.2.5 Price Comparison: Average Cost per GB of Data 77
4.3 LTE Pricing & Marketing Strategies 78
4.3.1 Elimination of Unlimited Tariffs 78
4.3.2 Innovative Pricing for Traffic Off-loading to WiFi 78
4.3.3 Free LTE Service Trials 79
4.3.4 Capitalizing on the ‘4G’ Term 79
4.3.5 Setting LTE Support as Standard Requirement for all Smartphone Releases 80
5 LTE CAPEX & OPEX Strategies 81
5.1 Mobile Network CAPEX on the Rise 81
5.2 LTE CAPEX Model 81
5.2.1 LTE CAPEX Estimates for Typical Tier-1 MNOs 81
5.2.2 CAPEX Categorization 82
5.2.3 Cost of LTE Base Station and RAN Deployment 83
5.2.4 Base Station Upgrade Costs 85
5.2.5 Core Network Equipment Costs 87
5.2.6 Mobile Backhaul Cost Implications 88
5.3 CAPEX commitments by Major MNOs 90
5.3.1 Verizon Wireless (USA) 90
5.3.2 AT&T Mobility (USA) 91
5.3.3 T-Mobile (USA) 92
5.3.4 NTT DoCoMo (Japan) 93
5.3.5 KDDI (Japan) 94
5.3.6 Everything Everywhere (UK) 95
5.3.7 Etisalat (UAE) 96
5.3.8 Korea Telecom (Korea) 97
5.3.9 SK Telecom (Korea) 98
5.3.10 China Mobile (China) 99
5.3.11 MVS Comunicaciones (Mexico) 101
5.4 Network Sharing 102
5.4.1 Passive Network Sharing 103
5.4.2 Active Network Sharing 103
5.4.3 Management Independence 104
5.4.4 The LTE Advantage 104
5.4.5 Prominent LTE Network Sharing Deals 104
5.4.5.1 Tele2 and Telenor (Sweden) 104
5.4.5.2 Telus and Bell (Canada) 104
5.4.5.3 Telef?nica O2 (Germany) 104
5.4.5.4 Telef?nica Worldwide 105
5.4.5.5 MTS and VimpelCom (Russia) 105
5.4.5.6 T-Mobile and Orange (Poland) 105
5.4.5.7 Vodafone Worldwide 105
5.4.5.8 Qtel (Qatar) 106
5.5 The Potential of Self Organising Networks (SONs) to cut CAPEX & OPEX 107
5.6 Smallcells, HetNets & WiFi Offload: The Key to CAPEX & OPEX Reduction 109
5.6.1 The Answer to Coverage Limitation 109
5.6.2 Easing both CAPEX and OPEX Requirements 110
5.6.3 MNO Intentions for Femtocell & Small Cell Deployments 111
5.6.4 WiFi Offload to Remain a Permanent Solution 111
5.6.5 A Review of MNO Investments on LTE Off-load Equipment 112
5.6.5.1 SK Telecom’s Dual-Mode WiFi-LTE Femtocell 112
5.6.5.2 Korea Telecom’s: World’s First Smallcell LTE Deployment 113
5.6.5.3 AT&T Mobility: Planned LTE Femotocell Trial 114
5.6.5.4 Virgin Media UK LTE Femtocell Trial 115
6 LTE Operator Service Revenues, ARPU and Subscriptions 2011 – 2016 116
6.1 Global LTE Operator Service Revenues 116
6.1.1 Global LTE Operator Service Revenues and Subscriptions 2011 – 2016 116
6.1.2 Regional Distribution of Revenue Share 2011 – 2016 118
6.2 LTE Operator Subscriptions, ARPU & Service Revenues by Region 127
6.2.1 North America 127
6.2.1.1 Regional Subscriptions, ARPU & Service Revenues 2011 – 2016 127
6.2.1.2 Revenue Distribution by Country 2011 – 2016 129
6.2.1.3 USA 130
6.2.1.4 Canada 132
6.2.2 Western Europe 134
6.2.2.1 Regional Service Revenues 2011 – 2016 134
6.2.2.2 Revenue & Subscriptions Distribution by Country 2011 – 2016 136
6.2.2.3 Austria 137
6.2.2.4 Belgium 139
6.2.2.5 Denmark 141
6.2.2.6 Finland 143
6.2.2.7 France 145
6.2.2.8 Germany 147
6.2.2.9 Greece 149
6.2.2.10 Ireland 151
6.2.2.11 Italy 153
6.2.2.12 Luxembourg 155
6.2.2.13 Netherlands 157
6.2.2.14 Norway 159
6.2.2.15 Portugal 161
6.2.2.16 Spain 163
6.2.2.17 Sweden 165
6.2.2.18 Switzerland 167
6.2.2.19 Turkey 169
6.2.2.20 UK 171
6.2.2.21 Rest of Western Europe 173
6.2.2.22 Andorra 174
6.2.2.23 Cyprus 175
6.2.2.24 Gibraltar 176
6.2.2.25 Iceland 177
6.2.2.26 Isle of Man 178
6.2.2.27 Liechtenstein 179
6.2.2.28 Monaco 180
6.2.3 Asia Pacific 181
6.2.3.1 Regional Service Revenues 2011 – 2016 181
6.2.3.2 Revenue Distribution by Country 2011 – 2016 183
6.2.3.3 Australia 184
6.2.3.4 Bangladesh 186
6.2.3.5 China 188
6.2.3.6 Hong Kong 190
6.2.3.7 India 192
6.2.3.8 Indonesia 194
6.2.3.9 Japan 196
6.2.3.10 Malaysia 198
6.2.3.11 New Zealand 200
6.2.3.12 Pakistan 202
6.2.3.13 Philippines 204
6.2.3.14 Singapore 206
6.2.3.15 South Korea 208
6.2.3.16 Taiwan 210
6.2.3.17 Thailand 212
6.2.3.18 Vietnam 214
6.2.3.19 Rest of Asia Pacific 216
6.2.3.20 Bhutan 217
6.2.3.21 Brunei 218
6.2.3.22 Cambodia 219
6.2.3.23 Macau 220
6.2.3.24 Maldives 221
6.2.3.25 Nepal 222
6.2.3.26 Sri Lanka 223
6.2.4 Middle East 224
6.2.4.1 Regional Service Revenues 2011 – 2016 224
6.2.4.2 Revenue Distribution by Country 2011 – 2016 226
6.2.4.3 Iran 227
6.2.4.4 Iraq 229
6.2.4.5 Israel 231
6.2.4.6 Saudi Arabia 233
6.2.4.7 Rest of the Middle East 235
6.2.4.8 Bahrain 236
6.2.4.9 Jordan 237
6.2.4.10 Kuwait 238
6.2.4.11 Oman 239
6.2.4.12 Qatar 240
6.2.4.13 UAE 241
6.2.5 Eastern Europe 242
6.2.5.1 Regional Service Revenues 2011 – 2016 242
6.2.5.2 Revenue Distribution by Country 2011 – 2016 244
6.2.5.3 Albania 246
6.2.5.4 Belarus 248
6.2.5.5 Bosnia 250
6.2.5.6 Bulgaria 252
6.2.5.7 Croatia 254
6.2.5.8 Czech Republic 256
6.2.5.9 Estonia 258
6.2.5.10 Georgia 260
6.2.5.11 Hungary 262
6.2.5.12 Latvia 264
6.2.5.13 Lithuania 266
6.2.5.14 Macedonia 268
6.2.5.15 Moldova 270
6.2.5.16 Montenegro 272
6.2.5.17 Poland 274
6.2.5.18 Romania 276
6.2.5.19 Russia 278
6.2.5.20 Serbia 280
6.2.5.21 Slovakia 282
6.2.5.22 Slovenia 284
6.2.5.23 Ukraine 286
6.2.5.24 Uzbekistan 288
6.2.5.25 Rest of Eastern Europe 290
6.2.5.26 Armenia 291
6.2.5.27 Azerbaijan 292
6.2.5.28 Kazakhstan 293
6.2.5.29 Kirghizstan 294
6.2.5.30 Kosovo 295
6.2.5.31 Tadjikistan 296
6.2.6 Latin & Central America 297
6.2.6.1 Regional Service Revenues 2011 – 2016 297
6.2.6.2 Revenue Distribution by Country 2011 – 2016 299
6.2.6.3 Argentina 300
6.2.6.4 Bolivia 302
6.2.6.5 Brazil 304
6.2.6.6 Chile 306
6.2.6.7 Colombia 308
6.2.6.8 Ecuador 310
6.2.6.9 Mexico 312
6.2.6.10 Paraguay 314
6.2.6.11 Peru 316
6.2.6.12 Uruguay 318
6.2.6.13 Venezuela 320
6.2.6.14 Rest of Latin & Central America 322
6.2.6.15 Bahamas 323
6.2.6.16 Bermuda 324
6.2.6.17 Bolivia 325
6.2.6.18 Costa Rica 326
6.2.6.19 Jamaica 327
6.2.6.20 Netherlands Antilles 328
6.2.6.21 Nicaragua 329
6.2.6.22 Puerto Rico 330
6.2.7 Africa 331
6.2.7.1 Regional Service Revenues 2011 – 2016 331
6.2.7.2 Revenue Distribution by Country 2011 – 2016 333
6.2.7.3 Algeria 334
6.2.7.4 Egypt 336
6.2.7.5 Kenya 338
6.2.7.6 Morocco 340
6.2.7.7 Nigeria 342
6.2.7.8 South Africa 344
6.2.7.9 Sudan 346
6.2.7.10 Tanzania 348
6.2.7.11 Tunisia 350
6.2.7.12 Rest of Africa 352
6.2.7.13 Ghana 353
6.2.7.14 Namibia 354
6.2.7.15 Rwanda 355
6.2.7.16 Senegal 356
6.2.7.17 Uganda 357


【レポート販売概要】

■ タイトル:LTEキャリア戦略(LTE Operator Strategies: Key Drivers, Deployment Strategies, CAPEX, OPEX, Price Plans, ARPUs and Service Revenues 2012 – 2016)
■ 発行日:2012年3月23日
■ 調査会社:Mind Commerce
■ 商品コード:MCM312240103
■ 調査対象地域:グローバル
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