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Teligen Bundle Price Benchmarking H1 2020



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Report Summary:

Teligen’s H1 2020 update of its Bundle Benchmarking service includes the OECD Bundled Service basket proposals currently being considered by the OECD.

The H1 2020 update of the Teligen Bundle Benchmarking service is now available for download and is based on bundle pricing in January/February 2020.

The service provides comprehensive pricing of bundled service offers from over 120 providers across 37 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. 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.

Figure 1 shows the results for a medium-low Fixed Broadband, Fixed Voice and Pay TV basket, where the minimum speed requirement is 100 Mbps for fixed broadband, fixed voice usage is 60 calls per month and the TV requirement is for 30 channels and includes premium movies.

Figure 1: Teligen Bundle Benchmarking Cheapest FBB-FV-TV Bundle, Medium-Low basket

Source: Teligen Bundle Benchmarking Service, H1 2020, Strategy Analytics

SK Telecom in Korean features as the cheapest, at just under USD PPP47,  with the인터넷+B tv 베이직+집전화프리5000 Internet, TV and Home Phone offer, which is a ‘Build your own’ offer, allowing the user to build as closely to their own requirements as possible.  Next cheapest is the Internet + TV Dla Kinomaniak ‘Build your own’ offer from Netia in Poland, which includes a 150 Mbps fixed broadband service. At the upper end, the two most expensive countries are Iceland (USD PPP 179) – most expensive with a 1 Gbps bundled offering, and Norway Get Bredband & TV, at USD PPP 140. The average cost across all countries for this triple play mid-range basket is USD PPP 95. In both Belgium (Voo) and Spain (Vodafone Espana), the cheapest result is a quad play service including mobile voice and data.

Figure 2 shows the results providers in France for a medium-low Fixed Broadband, Fixed Voice and Pay TV basket, where the minimum speed requirement is 100 Mbps for fixed broadband, fixed voice usage is 60 calls per month and the TV requirement is for 30 channels and includes premium movies.

Figure 2: Teligen Bundle Benchmarking Country Focus on France for quadruple play low use basket

Source: Teligen Bundle Benchmarking Service, H1 2020, Strategy Analytics

The most expensive provider is SFR, with its 400 Mbps SFR Fibre + Forfait 60Go offering, which includes a 12 month €34 discount on the standard rental of €63 , while Orange France is the cheapest with its Pack Open 50 Mbps plan, which includes a 12 month €10 discount on the standard rental of €39.99. The lowest speed of service based on these results comes from Bouygues at a modest 28 Mbps, while the result for Free is based on a 1 Gbps broadband connection.

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