Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/n5hd7d/mobile_broadband)
has announced the addition of the "Mobile
Broadband Grand Prix 2013-2016" report to their offering.
Mobile Broadband Grand Prix 2013 (aka MBG 2013) is the latest version of
the Bestseller report for 2 years. Unlike earlier, this updated version
takes on price wars, user segmentation, mobile Internet usages &
content, urbanisation, traffic management, infra leasing & network
collaborations, and App business modeling.
A brief snapshot of the update:
- A complete accuracy check based on new information and estimates
gathered via numerous interviews with C-level executives & survey
- Approximately 40-50% of the makeover is attributable tothe real-time,
genuine feedback of existing customers;
- Concrete guidelines & recommendations for small to mid-sized service
providers (MNOs, ISPs, Device Manufacturers, etc.);
- Re-evaluation of the industry forecasts & expected scenarios emerging
- Innovative Mobile Revenue Sourcing strategies;
- And, much more...
The next 4 years are do-or-die for many players - it's the 'Grand Prix'
of the Telecoms industry in which the winner would be the one who drives
Mobile Broadband the hardest, smartest way. This Report essentially
provides you the tools to do that very thing - Drive Mobile Broadband
till you annihilate each and every potential consumer segment,
worldwide, to the point they come to depend upon MBB, be it the ritzy
settings in the USA and Western Europe or the murky darkness of Africa
or the vast sands of the Middle East.
MBB Grand Prix 2013 - 2016 spans across the telecom globe and covers
every nerve of the industry - Be it the ammunition on MBB market
penetration in unserved, underserved regions, stifling churn in
saturating markets; analysing the scope of various technological
platforms vis-à-vis MBB, traffic management and offloading solutions,
innovative VAS and many more. The analysts haven't left out anything.
Besides, the author has given detailed MBB forecasts (global and
regional) on subscribers, revenues, ARPUs (including 3 global giants),
mobile apps, mobile messaging traffic like SMS, MMS, mobile e-mail and
IM, consumer adoption of various technology platforms etc. in a whooping
number of 128 figures and 39 tables. As an add-on, there is numerous
compelling case studies on MNOs and app stores.
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/n5hd7d/mobile_broadband
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