In particular, the ability to adapt operations to find new revenue streams from value-added services, moving away from pure connectivity, is viewed as critical for the future success of the MVNO market. Just under half Mobile operators cannot legally walk away from their MVNO deals.
The result is an authoritative account of how the industry is continuing to evolve across different regions, and where those best placed to know expect it to head next.
Operators have rationalized their MVNO deals on the theory that they are at least winning the business at the expense of one of their competitors.
Before the explosive growth of mobile data, operators could use MVNOs to soak up excess capacity, predominantly in voice but also in data. The jury is still out on the role these capacity MVNOs will play. But by enabling cable and fiber attackers to embrace fixed-mobile convergence—and altering the overall game—some of these deals have let the fox into the henhouse.
Some mobile operators cannibalized themselves, with a disproportionate share of customers moving to their hosted MVNOs. Written by Guest author 02 May Additionally, the business case of many MVNO deals did not properly reflect the risks of cannibalization or new competitors.
The obvious, history-based example: For example, mobile operators might bundle mobile services with content, value-added services, and fixed-line products. How can operators work with all MVNOs in ways that make economic and strategic sense?
As more and more emerging markets transition from voice to data-led revenue streams, this is becoming a global phenomenon, driven partly by pressure from OTT players offering value-added services. Indeed, remedy-induced capacity MVNOs are in their infancy. MVNOs that serve immigrant or ethnic segments with inexpensive calling services.
If there is one theme that can sum up the state of the MVNO industry init can be explained in a single word — change.
Choose your partners carefully. Ten years ago, MVNOs may have been marginal players whose market influence was hidden behind overall industry growth, but those days are over.
Mobile operators are getting smarter about picking partners and negotiating or walking away from deals.
Yet there is no shortage of optimism about the opportunities that lie ahead.This country report and accompanying data annex provide a comprehensive overview of Spain's telecoms market, including KPIs and data on subscribers.
Spain - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses In recent years the value of Spain’s telecom market has fallen steadily, with the sector affected by the poor economic climate which has contributed to high unemployment and reduced disposable income among consumers.
Spain - Telecoms, Mobile. Aggressive MVNO pricing accelerated market declines in Spain and is now destabilizing the market in Austria.
Some mobile operators cannibalized themselves, with a disproportionate share of customers moving to their hosted MVNOs. Movistar and Vodafone lead the market, with revenues of billion euros and billion euros respectively.
Telecommunications revenues of leading telecom operators in Spain. Spain telecoms, mobile and broadband analysis, data and forecasts from The EIU to support industry executives' decision-making.
Spain - Telecoms Infrastructure, Operators, Regulations - Statistics and Analyses Synopsis. Spain’s telecom market in recent years has fallen steadily, with the sector affected by the poor economic climate exacerbated by high unemployment and reduced disposable income among consumers.Download