"5G Consumer Commercial Use Cases Update and Telco Go-To-Market Strategies", a global outlook report provides a status update on commercially-deployed consumer 5G use cases globally, focusing on 5G FWA and 5G eMBB. It also outlines the go-to-market strategies that telcos have adopted for their commercial 5G offers in terms of available plans, pricing, bundling and positioning.
Commercial 5G launches started in late 2018, building up momentum since April 2019 with a focus on two main use cases - 5G FWA & 5G eMBB.
The report is structured as follows:
Section 1: Introduction - 5G use cases; a snapshot of the different use cases enabled by 5G and a status update on the ones that have already been commercially launched.
Section 2: 5G commercial use cases, deployment drivers, & service provider activity - FWA & eMBB; this section analyzes specifically the key characteristics and deployment drivers of 5G FWA & 5G eMBB. It then maps the key commercial 5G launches globally and provides an update of service providers' commercial activity in the 5G eMBB and 5G FWA spaces.
Section 3: Telco 5G commercial go-to-market strategies across eMBB & FWA; focuses on telcos' 5G go-to-market strategies analysing telcos' commercial 5G tariffs, pricing strategies and VAS bundling approaches for 5G eMBB and 5G FWA.
Section 4: Key findings and recommendations; we conclude the report with a set of key findings and recommendations for telecom operators to consider in their 5G go-to-market strategies.
eMBB and FWA are the first use cases for 5G. More advanced use cases will appear in markets where coverage is widespread, a large number of consumers have 5G smartphones and data speeds and latency are clearly superior to existing LTE networks.
Worldwide, 44 of the 120 commercial 5G operators have announced FWA services, according to the Global Suppliers Association. 5G eMBB services are now available in most regions globally.
In some more mature 5G markets, such as South Korea, operators have moved to incorporate advanced applications such as AR/VR. 5G is also coming to fruition as the world faces a widespread pandemic that leaves users at home and away from entertainment and sporting events. Some 5G operators have jumped in to fill the gap with 5G-based applications and services.
Reasons to Buy
This global outlook report provides an examination of 5G eMBB and 5G FWA macro and deployment trends to help telecom operators harness the technology and related monetization levers to capture new revenue streams. The market is past pricing innovation. It is now in the early throws of developing 5G-focused services and applications.
The report's objective is to help inform global industry executives' decision-making process on 5G use cases' deployment and on 5G eMBB & FWA commercial go-to-market strategies.
The analysis of six commercial 5G plans across eMBB and FWA illustrate the findings of the report, providing best practices and insights into telecom operators' positioning strategies.
The report is designed for an executive-level audience, helping industry leaders gain knowledge into peer telcos' commercialized 5G propositions in order to effectively craft their 5G go-to-market & monetization strategies.
Key Topics Covered:
Section 1: Introduction
5G Capabilities and Use Cases, Deployment Drivers & Service Provider Activity FWA and eMBB
5G Capabilities and Initial Consumer Use Cases
Focus on 5G FWA: Key Characteristics
Focus on 5G FWA: Deployment Drivers
Focus on 5G FWA: Service Provider Activity
Focus on 5G eMBB: Key Characteristics and Deployment Drivers
Focus on 5G eMBB: Deployment Drivers
Focus on 5G eMBB: Service Provider Activity
Section 2: 5G Commercial Consumer Case Studies
Case Study for FWA: Verizon 5G Home
Case Study for FWA: Zain Saudi Arabia
Case Study for FWA: Globe Telecom At Home Air Fiber 5G
Early Innovation for eMBB: SK Telecom's Caller 2.0
Early Innovation for eMBB: EE and BT Sports
Early Innovation for eMBB: KT South Korea's GameBox Cloud Gaming Platform