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OECD Bundled Communication Price Benchmarking service H2 2021

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OECD Bundled Communication Price Benchmarking service H2 2021 update

The H2 2021 update of the OECD Bundled Communication Price Benchmarking service is now available for download and is based on bundle pricing in July-September 2021.

The service provides comprehensive pricing of bundled service offers from over 115 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, following a review of market shares, the current changes have been made to the covered countries:

  • Denmark: provider Boxer added as 4th operator to complete the 70% market shares required
  • Luxembourg: Tango- Proximus replaced Eltrona
  • Mexico: FTTH de Mexico (formerly known as Axtel) was replaced by IZZI (cablemas)
  • Poland: UPC has been replaced by P4 (Play), Netia by Plus and Vectra by Cyfrowy Polsat
  • Slovak Rep: Orange Slovensko replaces Swan/ MAX Multimedia
  • Slovenia: Telemach replaces A1 Slovenia
  • Sweden: Tele2 (ComHem) has now been renamed Tele2, following the announcement in April 2021 that Tele2 is absorbing the ComHem brand in Sweden

Figure 1 shows the results for a Medium High usage Fixed Broadband, Fixed Voice, Mobile Voice & Data and TV basket, where the minimum speed requirement is 250 Mbps for fixed broadband, fixed voice usage is 60 Fixed calls per month, MVD usage is 100 mobile calls + 10GB mobile data and the TV requirement is for 40 channels and includes premium movies.

Of the providers and countries covered, only 41 providers across 22 countries have an offer that at least meets the criteria of this basket.

Figure 1: OECD Bundled Communication Price Benchmarking, Cheapest FBB-FV-MVD-TV Bundle, Medium High usage

Source: OECD Bundle Communication Price Benchmarking, H2 2021, Strategy Analytics Ltd

Orange in Poland features as the cheapest, at USD PPP 76.26, with its quadruple offer Love Standard, which includes a 300Mbps speed fixed broadband service + home phone, TV Standard pack with 120 channels and Canal+ select for premium movies plus Love Standard unlimited mobile minutes and text plan with 30GB mobile data.

Next cheapest is French provider Bouygues, at USD PPP 87.21 with its Bbox Must offer, which includes a 1024Mbps speed fixed fibre broadband, unlimited fixed plus mobile calls for fixed phone, B-TV plan with 240+ channels and Bouquet TV Bbox Ciné with 12 additional movie channels & Forfait Sensation 50Go mobile plan with unlimited mobile minutes and text plus 50Gb data included.

Completing the list as the cheapest providers for this basket under the USD PPP 100 price range are Vodafone Spain and Swiss UPC at USD PPP 94.67 and USD PPP 98.86 respectively.

At the upper end and above the USD PPP200 price range, the two most expensive providers are Bell - Canada at USD PPP 247 – most expensive with a BYO offering that includes 500 Mbps broadband speed with local fixed line calls, a 76 TV channels package + movies and Unlimited share mobile plan with 30GB data, and Vodafone - Iceland, at USD PPP 232.

The average cost across all countries for this quad play Medium-High basket is USD PPP 139.

On the other hand, the chart below presents the price range of relevant bundles in each of the countries where the quad play FBB-FV-MV-TV bundle is available (as a minimum). Although, the broadband download speed requirement for this basket is a generous 250 Mbps, most of the providers only offer lower speeds than this.

Figure 2: OECD Bundled Communication Price Benchmarking: Price Range of Relevant Bundles

Source: OECD Bundle Communication Price Benchmarking, H2 2021, Strategy Analytics Ltd

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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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