Author: Angela Toal

Publication Date: Jul 26 2017

Report Type: Teligen

 OECD Mobile Voice

OECD Mobile Voice Price Benchmarking Q2 2017

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Report Summary:

The Q2 2017 update of the OECD Mobile Voice Price Benchmarking service is now available for download.

The service covers 72 operators across 36 countries and includes results for the 11 official OECD mobile voice and data baskets, both at a country and a provider level. It is also possible to produce a customised subset of results using the built-in functionality within the system.

The number of plans within the system totals 2,863, down slightly from 2,958 in Q1 2017. The number of prepaid packages makes up almost 28% of all plans, while 83% of all packages are residential offerings. Almost 70% of all plans include some free data allowance.

For a low to mid-range user – 100 calls + 500 MB, the average cost per month across the 36 countries is USD PPP 22, with the cheapest offering coming from KT in Korea, Post in Luxembourg and Tele2 Comviq in Sweden.  The most expensive offerings are from O2, Czech Republic and KDDI Japan. A user in Japan (the most expensive country) will pay over 9 times the cost paid by a user in Korea (the cheapest country). When reviewing such results, it is important to consider the underlying pricing structures, which are available to view within the system.

Additional operators in selected countries are available on request. Historical pricing for the OECD countries over several years is also available. Please contact us for more details.

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