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Fixed Broadband Tariff Tracker / ADSL Tariff Tracker

  • Published: August 2014
  • Tariff Consultancy

A new subscription product reveals the many different broadband offerings available in the 54 countries surveyed. It shows the diversity of products that are being introduced in both emerging and mature broadband markets with data speed and packaging being the key product differentiators.

This bi-annual subscription service tracks and analyses Fixed Broadband Pricing and Subscriber Figures in addition to a pricing analysis of the ‘unlimited' plans which account for 75 per cent of the offerings.

Key questions addressed in this service

-Which operator offers which speeds at what prices
-How many subscribers has an operator added over a period of 6 months.
-Which operator drops prices and which operator increases the allowance
-Who offers the most competitive prices
-What offers are available to the business and consumer markets
-A like-for-like comparison can be made using the easy to-use excel spreadsheet.

Coverage

EU (2 Operators each)

Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia (1 operator only)
Finland
France
Germany (3 operators)
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Latvia READ MORE >

1 spreadsheet holding the pricing data (connection, rental, up and downstream speeds, inclusive allowance, charge outside the allowance, prices are in the local currency including and excluding tax and in Euros.

Plus

Report, table of contents are given below.

Section 1: Introduction

1.1 Background

1.2 ADSL coverage in the report

Section 2: About Fixed Broadband/ADSL

2.1 A Definition of an ADSL service

2.2 How does ADSL work?

2.3 Developments in ADSL services over time

2.4 Types of ADSL services available

2.5 ADSL downlink speeds available

2.6 ADSL price points provided

2.7 New ADSL technologies

2.8 The ADSL service landscape

2.9 Types of ADSL packages

2.10 Key ADSL product trends

2.11 Key competitors to ADSL services

Section 3: Pricing Analysis

3.1 Key ADSL pricing trends

Europe Residential Pricing Comparative for Unlimited ADSL Plans

Rest of the World Residential Pricing Comparative for Unlimited ADSL Plans

Europe Business Pricing Comparative for Unlimited ADSL Plans

Rest of the World Business Pricing Comparative for Unlimited ADSL Plans

Europe Pricing Comparative for data limits ADSL Plans

Rest of the World Pricing Comparative for data limits ADSL Plans

Figures:

Figure 1: Europe - Comparative Residential ADSL pricing for speeds up to 1 Mbps
Figure 2: Europe - Comparative Residential ADSL pricing for speeds from 2 - 5 Mbps
Figure 3: Europe - Comparative Residential ADSL pricing for speeds from 6 - 10 Mbps
Figure 4: Europe - Comparative Residential ADSL pricing for speeds from 11 – 25 Mbps
Figure 5: Europe - Comparative Residential ADSL pricing for speeds from 26 – 50 Mbps
Figure 6: Europe - Comparative Residential ADSL pricing for speeds from 51 – 100 Mbps
Figure 7: Europe - Comparative Residential ADSL pricing for speeds from 100+ Mbps
Figure 8: Rest of the World - Comparative Residential ADSL pricing for speeds up to 1 Mbps
Figure 9: Rest of the World - Comparative Residential ADSL pricing for speeds between 2-5 Mbps.
Figure 10: Rest of the World - Comparative Residential ADSL pricing for speeds between 6-10 Mbps
Figure 11: Rest of the World - Comparative Residential ADSL pricing for speeds between 11-25 Mbps
Figure 9: Rest of the World - Comparative Residential ADSL pricing for speeds in excess of 26 Mbps
Figure 13: Europe - Comparative Business ADSL pricing for speeds up to 1 Mbps
Figure 10: Europe - Comparative Business ADSL pricing for speeds between 2-5 Mbps
Figure 15: Europe - Comparative Business ADSL pricing for speeds between 6-10 Mbps
Figure 16: Europe - Comparative Business ADSL pricing for speeds between 11-25 Mbps
Figure 17: Europe - Comparative Business ADSL pricing for speeds between 26-50 Mbps
Figure 18: Europe - Comparative Business ADSL pricing for speeds between 51-100 Mbps
Figure 19: Europe - Comparative Business ADSL pricing for speeds between 100+ Mbps
Figure 20: Rest of the World - Comparative Business ADSL pricing for speeds up to 1 Mbps
Figure 21: Rest of the World - Comparative Business ADSL pricing for speeds between 2-5 Mbps
Figure 11: Rest of the World - Comparative Business ADSL pricing for speeds between 6-10 Mbps
Figure 12: Rest of the World - Comparative Business ADSL pricing for speeds between 11-25 Mbps
Figure 13: Average price per GB for limited ADSL Residential plans across Europe
Figure 14: Average price per GB for limited ADSL Business plans across Europe
Figure 15: Average price per GB for limited ADSL Residential plans across the Rest of the World
Figure 16: Average price per GB for limited ADSL Business plans across the Rest of the World
Figure 27: Inclusive allowances offered by operators
Figure 28: Comparison of 8 Mb / 1 MB and 10 and 1 MB offerings with unlimited use.

Introducing this new product capturing and analysing ADSL prices from 84 operators in 54 countries finds that three-quarters of all providers now offer "unlimited" data bundles

A new subscription product, the Fixed Broadband/ADSL Tariff Tracker by Tariff Consultancy Ltd (TCL), reveals the many different broadband offerings available in the 54 countries surveyed. It shows the diversity of products that are being introduced in both emerging and mature broadband markets with data speed and packaging being the key product differentiators.

The Fixed Broadband / ADSL Tariff Tracker is based on extensive research conducted with 84 operators across 54 countries. The June edition includes some 926 tariff packages which presents one of the most far-reaching services to address broadband user pricing worldwide complete with analysis.

Uniquely, the service provides a comparative cross-country analysis of all tariffs which allows easy comparison of the main trends. Future editions will show the movement in subscriber figures over time and provide a trend analysis twice a year.

The analysis reveals that 75 per cent of the residential offerings are marketed as ‘unlimited' and 25 different types of inclusive allowances are offered from a pay-as-you basis up to the largest allowance of 250 GB per month. But there is still considerable variance in DSL pricing across all regions.

‘The Fixed Broadband / ADSL Tariff Tracker service covers much more than just the monthly fee charged by an operator' commented Margrit Sessions, Managing Director of Tariff Consultancy." Like and like comparisons are becoming increasingly more difficult as operators starting to differentiate their products, so it is important to have an expert guide which compares like with like and which simplifies the analytical process."

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