DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Tariff
Trends SnapShot 109 - The Path 5G Pricing and Services" report
has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
In SnapShot 109, the approaches being made by operators and hardware providers to the introduction of 5G services is examined.
In a number of countries, 5G services are due to be provided at the end
of 2018 initially as a Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) service, as an
alternative to fixed fibre Broadband.
Into 2019 5G services will be introduced as part of a smartphone package - once 5G chipsets are available.
But MNOs are still uncertain about the main benefits and applications to be used by 5G - with business cases still to be developed, and some MNOs looking at IoT applications - but with the ultra-low applications still to be introduced.
- 3 (UK)
- Airtel (India)
- AT&T (USA)
- Bouygues Telecom (France)
- DTAG (Germany)
- EE (UK)
- Elisa (Finland)
- Fastweb (Italy)
- KT Corp (South Korea)
- Mtel (Bulgaria)
- NTT DoCoMo (Japan)
- Ooredoo (Qatar)
- Optus (Australia)
- Orange (France & Romania)
- SK Telecom (South Korea)
- Spark (New Zealand)
- Sprint (USA)
- T-Mobile (Austria)
- Telus (Canada)
- Telefonica O2 (UK)
- TIM (Italy)
- Turkcell (Turkey)
- Verizon (USA)
- Vodafone (Ireland, Italy & UK)
Key Topics Covered
1. Introduction - The Introduction of 5G Services
2. Regulatory Preparation for 5G Services
3. MNOs Testing 5G Services
4. The Launch of 5G Services
5. Conclusion - Pricing Challenges for 5G Services
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