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Mobile & Wireless

LTE mobile broadband pricing to decline by 60% until 2016

Thursday 15 December 2011 | 16:25 CET | News
LTE mobile broadband pricing will fall by 60 percent over the 5-year period to the end of 2016 as more operators worldwide adopt the technology worldwide, according to a report published by Tariff Consultancy (TCL). By the end of 2016, researchers forecast that there will be over 250 million users of LTE mobile broadband services, but average pricing per subscriber will decrease to around EUR 20 per month, a decrease equivalent to more than 60 percent in LTE pricing over the 5 year period. The report evaluates pricing from around 30 LTE mobile broadband providers which are mainly located in

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Companies: M1 / TCL / Telstra / Zain Saudi Arabia
Countries: World
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EUR 15.70
Average blended ARPU
Spain  |  2015 Q4