DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Tariff Trends SnapShot 122 - Trends in Mobile Content Bundling" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
With SnapShot 122 the analyst examines the developments in content bundling by MNOs worldwide. MNOs have moved from supplying their own content to providing 3rd party OTT content, with an emphasis on music streaming content & video (TV/Film) content.
In previous surveys, MNOs were also providing social networking bundles including WhatsApp or Facebook. More recently MNOs are providing access to global video content led by Netflix & Amazon Prime Video.
MNOs are offering video content in conjunction with 4G networks and often as part of a Post Pay plan - on top of existing bundles of calls, SMS and Mobile Data - with Amazon Prime Video & Netflix being the most popular service bundles and used in India & the Philippines.
MNOs are also offering free use periods for content - and are then including the service in the MNOs bill - so providing an easy to access service.
Deliverable: PowerPoint 34 slides packed with information and pricing examples
Key Topics Covered
1. The changes in mobile Content Bundling
2. Examples of new mobile Content Bundling
3. Conclusions - The reasons for mobile Content Bundling
- 3UK (UK)
- Airtel (India)
- AT&T (USA)
- EE (UK)
- Globe (Philippines)
- Jio (India)
- Orange (France)
- Proximus (Belgium)
- SFR (France)
- Smart Communications (Philippines)
- Sprint (USA)
- T-Mobile (USA)
- Telekom (Germany)
- Verizon (USA)
- Virgin Mobile (UK)
- Vodafone (India & UK)
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