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This report provides telemetry on consumer spending for communication services (the consumer wallet), and explores the dynamics that are moving to change both the nature as well as the size of that wallet. The message is clear; consumer spending is not keeping up with inflation, and, in fact, is declining on an inflation-adjusted basis. As this rep...

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Stratecast explores the underlying consumer preference driving this evolution to the new dual play. This report will be of interest to consumer communication service and over the top service decision makers.

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17 Mar 2015  |  North America

North American Broadband Tracker: Fourth Quarter 2014

 

In 4Q 2014, North American broadband service providers added 679,000 residential subscriptions; raising the total by 3.9% from 4Q 2013, to nearly 105.8 million. In Canada, DSL continues to grow, with providers adding 77,000 subscriptions in the quarter. Cable providers added 48,000, FTTX added 2,000, and satellite providers added 1,000.

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In 2014, the North American market for residential video (TV) services showed slight revenue gains ($4.16 million) and slight subscriber losses (122,000). In Canada, IPTV providers also gained subscribers and revenues in 2014. Satellite revenues were up and cable revenues were down, with both types of providers losing subscribers.

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Among the three types of providers offering primary line voice services in North America, only the cable companies increased their net number of subscribers in 2014. Telcos and VoIP service providers lost subscribers and market share.

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In 2014, the number of North American wireless service subscribers grew by 15.7 million, and revenues rose by $10.46 billion.

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As Over-the-Top (OTT) services continue to evolve and attract consumers, communication service providers are beginning to evolve as well. Some propose to merge their assets and offerings (e.g., AT&T and DirecTV; Comcast and Time Warner Cable; Charter Communications and Bright House Networks), and all are exploring new partnerships for content and f...

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17 Jun 2015  |  North America

North American Broadband Tracker: First Quarter 2015

 

During Q1 2015, North Americas residential broadband subscriber market increased by an estimated 1.3 million subscribers or 3.7% compared to Q1 2014.

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Compared to the first quarter of 2014, North Americas residential multichannel video market ended Q1 2015 with a loss in subscribers (72,000 net loss), but an increase in revenue ($940 million).

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North Americas wireless market ended the first quarter of 2015 with an estimated 361.4 million postpaid and prepaid subscribers. Postpaid subscribers accounted for 77.1 percent of the total number of subscribers, while prepaid accounted for 22.9 percent.

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