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World LTE & 5G Markets 2011-2016 & 2017-2021 – PR Newswire (press release)

World LTE & 5G Markets 2011-2016 & 2017-2021 – PR Newswire (press release)

The bundle World LTE markets – 5G initiatives & MBB spectrum’ includes two deliverables dealing with both LTE and spectrum issues:

A database

(updated half-yearly): quantitative & qualitative data for 42 countries, 6 zones & world consolidated – 75 LTE operator sheets are also available. It gathers information about spectrum issues, technologies, revenue & subscriber data & forecasts up to 2021. It presents the current status of the main mobile broadband frequency bands and results of auction processes including allocation modes, prices paid by each licensee, quantity of spectrum acquired by player, technology, price paid per MHz per PoP for 10 years and detailed information on the regulatory status.

A report (updated half-yearly) providing you with the state-of-the-art regarding LTE: overview of dynamics in LTE markets up to 2021 by geographical area and by technology. It also provides analyses of the worldwide LTE market status, LTE pricing, new services, technological issues, recent pieces of news on spectrum allocations, spectrum prices comparison, roaming, chipsets and devices.

With regards to spectrum, latest developments in the field are highlighted. Information include the main evolutions of the regulatory framework, spectrum sharing issues and new radio technologies, 5G developments, mobile spectrum in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific, North and South America, and Africa Middle East, and spectrum valuation.

DataSet Scope


  • Technology: LTE FDD, TD-LTE, LTE-Advanced Pro, Mobile WiMAX, and version (such as MIMO 4X2)
  • Deployment: description of coverage plans or obligation
  • Spectrum: quantity, frequency band, type (FDD, TDD)
  • Technical Data and main vendors: core network providers (+IMS), Radio Access Network (RAN) providers, maximum data rates (UL/DL), average data rates (UL/DL), devices
  • Outsourcing and sharing contracts
  • Capex
  • Services and tariffs: data package issues (such as monthly volume, associated data rates and restrictions), data M2M, voice
  • LTE SIMs and ARPU


  • Background information: operators, LTE framework
  • Regulation: spectrum auctions, refarming

Type of data

  • Historical data 2011-2016
  • Forecasts 2017-2021

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive summary

1.1. Key Trends
1.2. Main LTE markets
1.3. Main LTE players
1.4. Main radio spectrum trends, 2016-2018, below 6 GHz
1.5. Main radio spectrum trends, 2016-2020, above 6 GHz
1.6. Key network and technology trends
1.7. LTE pricing trends
1.8. 5G: 1.7 billion 5G subscribers anticipated in 2025

2. Methodology

2.1. List of indicators by operator and country
2.2. Methodology

3. World LTE market

3.1. Main LTE markets
3.2. Main LTE markets (December 2016 figures)
3.3. LTE worldwide market: Top 10 countries
3.4. LTE worldwide market
3.5. LTE deployment roadmap: No more European players in the top 10
3.6. Outdoor LTE coverage
3.7. LTE coverage
3.8. LTE speeds
3.9. LTE capex picked up in 2014-15. Targets are now on hard-to-reach areas and indoors
3.10. LTE capex – Focus on NTT DOCOMO Xi/LTE capex and coverage
3.11. LTE capex – Focus on the world largest LTE network China Mobile LTE capex and coverage
3.12. LTE subscription forecasts by region
3.13. LTE revenues forecasts by region

4. LTE Market in Europe

4.1. LTE European market
4.2. European market – Main trends
4.3. LTE subscription forecasts in Western Europe
4.4. LTE subscription forecasts in Central and Eastern Europe

5. LTE Market in the Americas

5.1. LTE American market
5.2. American market – Main trends
5.3. LTE subscription forecasts in North America
5.4. LTE subscription forecasts in Latin America

6. LTE Market in Asia-Pacific

6.1. LTE market in Asia-Pacific: significant changes in H2 2016
6.2. Asia-Pacific market – Main trends
6.3. LTE subscription forecasts in Asia-Pacific

7. LTE Market in Middle East and Africa

7.1. LTE Middle East and African market
7.2. Middle East and African market – Main trends
7.3. LTE subscription forecasts in Middle East and Africa

8. LTE spectrum

8.1. Main LTE frequency bands: FDD & TDD
8.2. The 700 MHz band
8.3. 4G licences/spectrum price: 600, 800 MHz, 900 MHz, AWS, PCS
8.4. 4G licences/spectrum price in 700 MHz frequencies
8.5 4G spectrum in 700 MHz frequencies
8.6. The 600 MHz broadcast spectrum auction burden in the USA
8.7. 4G licences/spectrum price: 1800 MHz band
8.8. 4G licences/spectrum price: higher frequency bands

9. Technology update: LTE-Advanced, VoLTE

9.1. While Cat 6 is now mainstream, more carrier aggregation continues
9.2. 4X4 MIMO and 256 QAM to supplement 3 carrier aggregation
9.3. LTE and the use of unlicensed bands
9.4. The upcoming of LTE-Advanced pro / 4.5G
9.5. After repeated delays, Voice over LTE momentum is building
9.6. TD-LTE is still a nascent but growing system

10. LTE pricing

10.1. LTE pricing – LTE pricing strategies: tiered pricing versus unlimited
10.2. LTE pricing -Volume-based tiered pricing, the most common strategy

11. 5G

11.1. Performance objectives and associated use cases
11.2. 5G key technological components
11.3. Expected 5G timetables, compared
11.4. 5G services and trials
11.5. First 5G deadlines and trials
11.6. 5G will be about harnessing all frequency ranges
11.7. 5G Forecasts

Companies Mentioned

  • 3 (Italy)
  • 3 (Ireland)
  • 3 (UK)
  • A1 – Mobilkom (Austria)
  • Aero2 (Poland)
  • AT&T Mobility (USA)
  • Base (Belgium)
  • Belgacom (Belgium)
  • Bell Mobility (Canada)
  • Bharti Airtel (India)
  • Bouygues Telecom (France)
  • China Mobile (China)
  • China Telecom (China)
  • China Unicom (China)
  • Chunghwa Telecom (Taiwan)
  • Claro (Brazil)
  • Cosmote (Greece)
  • Deutsche Telekom (Germany)
  • Dish Network (USA)
  • DNA (Finland)
  • EE (UK)
  • Elisa (Finland)
  • H3G (Austria)
  • H3G (Sweden)
  • Iliad Free Mobile (France)
  • KDDI (Japan)
  • KPN (Netherlands)
  • KT (South Korea)
  • LG U+ (South Korea)
  • MobileOne (Singapore)
  • MegaFon (Russia)
  • MTS (Russia)
  • Net4mobility/Tele2 (Sweden)
  • NTT DOCOMO (Japan)
  • O2 Telefnica (Germany)
  • O2 Telefnica (UK)
  • Optus (Australia)
  • Orange Belgium (Belgium)
  • Orange (France)
  • Orange (Spain)
  • PCCW (Hong Kong)
  • Rogers Wireless (Canada)
  • SFR (France)
  • Singtel (Singapore)
  • SK Telecom (South Korea)
  • Smartone Vodafone (HK)
  • Softbank Mobile (Japan)
  • Spark New Zealand (New Zealand)
  • Sprint Nextel (USA)
  • Swisscom (Switzerland)
  • Tango (Luxembourg)
  • Telcel (Mexico)
  • Telefnica Mviles (Spain)
  • Telenor Mobile (Norway)
  • Telenor Mobile (Sweden)
  • Telia (Finland)
  • Telia (Norway)
  • Telia (Sweden)
  • Telstra (Australia)
  • Telus (Canada)
  • TIM (Italy)
  • TMN (Portugal)
  • T-Mobile (Austria)
  • T-Mobile (USA)
  • US Cellular (USA)
  • Verizon Wireless (USA)
  • VimpelCom (Russia)
  • Vivo (Brazil)
  • Vodafone (Germany)
  • Vodafone (Greece)
  • Vodafone (Italy)
  • Vodafone (Spain)
  • Vodafone (UK)
  • Wind (Italy)
  • Yoigo (Spain)

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8wgwpl/world_lte_and_5g

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