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OECD Bundled Communication Price Benchmarking service H1 2021



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Report Summary:

OECD Bundled Communication Price Benchmarking service H1 2021 update: Providers rebranding trend.

The H1 2021 update of the OECD Bundled Communication Price Benchmarking service is now available for download and is based on bundle pricing in January/February 2021. This is the first official OECD update of this service, and contains the official OECD Bundled Communication Service baskets that were approved at the end of 2020.

The service provides comprehensive pricing of bundled service offers from over 110 providers across 36 OECD countries worldwide, allowing extensive analysis of any bundle combination from double play to quadruple or quintuple play based on the following services: Fixed Broadband, Fixed Voice, Mobile Broadband, Mobile Voice and Data, Pay TV[1]. Users can easily flick through the results of the different bundle baskets and see the cheapest prices meeting the minimum requirements – either per country or per provider.

In this update we noted a few changes on providers re-branding, this is the case of SFR in Luxembourg which is now Eltrona; In Mexico Axtel is FTTH de Mexico. New Tele2 customers are switched to T-Mobile in the Netherlands; and Norwegian provider “Get” now operates as Telia.

Figure 1, shows the results for a High usage Fixed Broadband, Fixed Voice and TV basket, where the minimum speed requirement is 600 Mbps for fixed broadband, fixed voice usage is 140 calls per month and the TV requirement is for 80 channels and includes premium movies, sports and DVR. Of the providers and countries covered, only 44 providers across 24 countries have an offer that at least meets the criteria of this basket.

Figure 1: OECD Bundled Communication Price Benchmarking, Cheapest FBB-FV-TV Bundle, High usage
 Cheapest FBB-FV-TV Bundle
Source: OECD Bundle Communication Price Benchmarking, H1 2021, Strategy Analytics Ltd

Poland provider Netia features as the cheapest, at USD PPP 54, with its offer Paketi M (Internet + TV), which includes a 600Mbps fixed broadband service + home phone and TV pack M with 160+ channels. Next cheapest is Vodafone Hungary, at USD PPP 67 with its Vodafone Home premium offer, which includes 1000Mbps fixed broadband speed + home phone and 115 TV channels. Third cheapest is SFR France, with its Fibre Power de SFR offer which includes FBB at a speed of 2048Mbps + home phone and TV with 200+ HD channels at USD PPP 71.

At the upper end, the three most expensive countries are Estonia (USD PPP 272) – most expensive with a BYO offering from Telia, Magenta from Austria, at USD PPP 225, and Lyse from Norway, at USD PPP 198. The average cost across all countries for this triple play Medium-High basket is USD PPP 138.

Figure 2, shows the results providers in France for the Medium High Fixed Broadband, Fixed Voice and Mobile voice and data basket. where the minimum speed requirement is 250 Mbps for fixed broadband, fixed voice usage is 60 calls per month and the Mobile Voice and data requirement is for 100 calls and 10GB.

Figure 2: OECD Bundled Communication Price Benchmarking, Country Focus on France for Triple play (FBB-FV-MVD) medium-high use basketSource: OECD Bundled Communication Price Benchmarking, H1 2021, Strategy Analytics Ltd

The cheapest provider for this basket is “Free” at just under USD PPP 59, with a triple play offering which includes unlimited FBB at 1 Gbps speed, fixed voice, TV and the option to add an unlimited voice and data mobile plan; Following is a double play offer from Bouygues, Bbox Fit at USD PPP 64, includes a 300Mbps broadband speed also with the option to add mobile voice and data. In third place is Orange France, with a quadruple play offer which includes 2Gbps speed, unlimited fixed voice, TV service, 2 hours mobile voice plus 5GB mobile data, at just under USD PPP 69. The most expensive provider in France for this basket is SFR, with its Fibre Power de SFR a triple play offering with a 2 Gbps Fixed Broadband speed at USD PPP 83.

The average cost across all countries for this triple play Medium-High basket is USD PPP 97, with “Free” France the second cheapest provider, just below Italian Fastweb at USD PPP47.

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[1] Note: The OECD Bundled Communication Service baskets covers double to quadruple play, across fixed broadband, fixed voice, mobile voice and data, and pay TV, however, the system also includes additional data on bundles including mobile broadband (dongle-based mobile data).

 

 



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