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Research and Markets: Worldwide LTE Operators' Case Studies - 25 Thought Provoking Cases on LTE Operators From Different Markets

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4qd833/worldwide_lte) has announced the addition of the "Worldwide LTE Operators' Case Studies" report to their offering.

Worldwide LTE Operators' Case Studies is loaded with 25 thought provoking cases on LTE operators from different markets. The cases are built around them to create a true picture of events of their LTE journey so far: How they went about it, the hurdles they faced, how best they dealt with the challenges, what pricing strategies they implemented, how they have fared so far in terms of subscribers and revenues, and, what are their future plans.

Key Questions Answered:

  • What were the major factors responsible for initial success or failure of individual operator in LTE market?
  • How LTE operators have improved their LTE business models and pricing strategies during the past 3-4 years?
  • How can you formulate an ideal business model for LTE?
  • What are the various LTE pricing models being adopted by operators worldwide?
  • How innovative tariff plans can boost the uptake of high-speed data services?
  • What should be the ideal approach for late entrants into the LTE market?
  • What are the future LTE plans and strategies of major mobile operators across the globe?

Key Findings:

  • USA, South Korea and Japan have established themselves as the early leaders in LTE.
  • The total LTE subscriber base of Verizon Wireless reached 35.7 million in Q2 2013 from 11 million in Q2 2012.
  • SK Telecom LTE subscriber base reached 11 million in June, 2013, and the operator intends to double its LTE subscriber base by 2015.
  • SK Telecom launched LTE-Advanced services on June 26, 2013 in Seoul and 40 other cities. The service reached around 300,000 subscribers just a month after the launch.
  • NTT DoCoMo's LTE subscriber base surpassed 15 million in July 2013.
  • Australian operator Telstra had nearly 3 million LTE subscribers in July 2013.

Companies Mentioned

  • AT&T Mobility, USA
  • Bharti Airtel, India
  • China Mobile, China
  • Etisalat, UAE
  • KDDI, Japan
  • KT Corp., South Korea
  • LG U+, South Korea
  • MetroPCS, USA (A Brand of T-Mobile US)
  • NTT DoCoMo, Japan
  • Orange, France
  • SingTel, Singapore
  • SK Telecom, South Korea
  • SoftBank, Japan
  • Sprint, USA
  • T- Mobile US, USA
  • Telecom Italia, Italy
  • Telefonica, Spain [Telefonica O2, Czech Republic & Telefonica O2, Germany]
  • Telstra, Australia
  • Ucell, Uzbekistan
  • Verizon Wireless, USA
  • VivaCell-MTS, Armenia
  • Vodafone, Germany
  • Yota, Russia
  • Zain, Saudi Arabia

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4qd833/worldwide_lte

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