Research Brief

Spain still has highest iPad/tablet data prices in Western Europe

, published: July 2011
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The success of Apple's iPad and subsequent tablets by other manufacturers has led to new tariff plans for mobile broadband, including packages specifically sold for the iPad or tablets in general. This research brief analyzes operators' data service plans for iPads and/or tablets in 16 Western European countries during the second quarter of 2011. The results show that the number of such packages continues to increase, and the majority of them are postpaid offers. Although volume-based plans are the most popular by far, a few more time-based plans have also been introduced. The most common data allowance offered was 1GB. Based on the average monthly price, the Spanish operators charge the most, followed by the French and Dutch operators. However, when looking at the average tariff per GB, the Netherlands is the most expensive.


Research Type Analysis
Published 15 Jul 2011
Pages 3
File Type PDF
Size 338kb
Geographic Scope    Western Europe
Editions Mobile
Topics Market research / news, Data services, GPRS, Pricing, GSM, 3G, Consumer, Enterprise, HSPA, LTE
Companies Apple

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