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Where is your consumer broadband growth opportunity?


The global consumer mobile and fixed broadband market is valued at US$736 billion in 2020 and is expected to grow by a five-year CAGR of 5% to reach over US$938bn by 2025. 

Whether you are a service provider, technology or equipment solution supplier, media or content company, now is the time to retool your strategy for future growth.

Service Providers

"2021 Trends to Watch: 5G Data and Tariff Monetization" Report

Omdia's six 5G pricing models chart in Omdia 2021 5G Data and Tariff Monetization Trends to Watch report

 

How can service providers and vendors benefit from the 5G technology? What do consumers expect from 5G technology today? How can 5G be monetized for your consumer business?

Omdia’s “2021 Trends to Watch: 5G Data and Tariff Monetization” report discusses major consumer market trends and provides analysis and guidance for your strategy development.

Key report highlights include:

  • An overview about 5G monetization

  • Omdia expert recommendations for service providers and content owners

  • The pandemic's impact on consumer 5G services

  • An update on 5G-rich apps

  • More on 5G bundling, cloud gaming, and AR/VR

Normally only available to subscribers, and for a limited time now, the full report is available to you for immediate download.

The "5G Trends to Watch" report is part of the Omdia Broadband, Bundling and Pricing Intelligence Service, a research product that delivers both in-depth market data and strategic advice.

Omdia is a global research leader that combines the expertise of Informa Tech’s legacy brands Ovum, IHS Markit Technology, Tractica and Heavy Reading. 

We connect the dots that open up new broadband opportunities

The Omdia Broadband, Bundling and Pricing Intelligence Service is unique in that it integrates the consumer perspective with a comprehensive, global coverage of the service provider and communications industry, that provides you with both strategic recommendations and granular data.

  • At a strategic level, you stand to benefit from market and forecast insights for the development of future mobile and fixed consumer broadband opportunities, next-generation pricing and bundling strategy.

  • At a product roadmap level, you stand to benefit from deep-dive data and analyses, from 5G pricing, to new-generation bundling, go-to-market strategy and more.

The Broadband, Bundling and Pricing Intelligence Service is part of Omdia’s Digital Consumer Services research practice, which offers subscribers a holistic view of the digital consumer market. The "2021 Trends to Watch: 5G Data and Tariff Monetization" report is part of this service, which also offers quarterly pricing trackers, regular bundling reports, subscription and revenue forecasts, analyst recommendations, and more.

Five major capabilities of Omdia Broadband research including monetization strategies and business models

Read Omdia analyst comments as they discuss consumer broadband and 5G trends and opportunities

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Broadband Forum report shows progress on open standards adoption

"The connected home has become an essential part of the broadband network and with the continued growth of connected devices and variety of applications being run, it is essential that broadband service providers have access to a high-quality and reliable network."

Michael Philpott

Research Director, Service Provider Consumer

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Monetizing 5G is operators' biggest challenge for 2021 – Omdia

"As of 2Q20, 77% of 5G operators did not bundle 5G-rich apps. Conversely, 23%, or 17 of the 73 5G telcos tracked, did have a differentiated pricing model and bundled at least one 5G-rich service in 2Q20. This compares to just seven 'differentiate' pricing models in 2Q19."

Nicole McCormick

Senior Principal Analyst, Broadband and Multiplay

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Gigabit services are gaining ground, says Omdia

“As Gigabit services become more mainstream, Omdia warned that quality of service is more important and noted that reliable and stable connectivity is at the forefront of consumers' digital needs in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.”

Alzbeta Fellenbaum

Principal Analyst, Broadband and Bundling


Omdia 2021 5G Data and Tariff Monetization Trends to Watch report cover

 

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