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Research and Markets: USA Fixed Communications Market 2014-2015 - Service Adoption Analysis

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/bqzs96/usa_fixed) has announced the addition of the "USA Fixed Communications Market to 2015: Service Adoption" report to their offering.

"USA Fixed Communications Market to 2015: Service Adoption" report provides a top-level overview and detailed insights into the operating environment for mobile operators. It is an essential tool for companies active across the telecom value chain in the USA and for new companies that may be considering entering the market.

Key Findings

  • Demographics - Statistical data on USA population, households, businesses, nominal GDP, nominal GDP per Capita, consumer price inflation, exchange rates (local currency and US dollar)
  • USA consumption data - A percentage of narrowband subscriber lines, broadband subscriber lines, personal computers, voice telephony subscriber lines, internet users, internet accounts by subscription band, IPTV/Video subscriber lines
  • The number of services adopted by USA population: voice telephony subscriber lines, personal computers, internet users, internet accounts by subscription band, IPTV/video subscriber lines
  • Revenue data for USA fixed communications service, voice service revenues (Circuit and Packet switched), Internet service revenues (narrowband and broadband services) and IPTV/video service.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 USA Demographics

3 USA Penetration Of Population

4 Service Adoption

5 Revenues

6 Appendix

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/bqzs96/usa_fixed

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