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Game of Phones: Fixed to Mobile Substitution in New Zealand

Game of Phones: Fixed to Mobile Substitution in New Zealand

This IDC study discusses the fixed to mobile substitution (FMS) phenomenon in New Zealand — how it has arisen, where it is headed, and what a telco needs to think about to be prepared and leverage opportunities.


IDC Opinion
In This Insight
Situation Overview
Usage Substitution
Access Substitution
FMS Is Happening in New Zealand in 2016
Retail Competition Drives Usage Substitution
Naked Services Enable Access Substitution
Ubiquitous Connectivity and Superb Mobile Coverage
"Dematerialisation" Leads to Greater Reliance on Mobile Devices
The Rise of UFB
Early New Zealand Substitution Plays by Telcos
Local Zone (Voice FMS)
Home Phone Wireless (Voice FMS)
Current Substitution Products and Services in the New Zealand Market
Skinny Broadband (Data FMS)
Rural Broadband Initiative (Data FMS)
Spark 4G Broadband in Canterbury (Data FMS)
Morepork (Data FMS)
Future Outlook
Considerations for the Future of Voice and Data FMS
New Zealand's Changing Consumer Behaviour Will Impact the Telecommunications Regulatory Environment
Review of the Telecommunications Act
Less than Five Years to Go Before 5G Disrupts the Data Consumption Landscape
The TSO Has Been Noted as a Factor in Slow Substitution, But in 2016, Is the TSO Still Relevant?
4G LTE Should Not Be Underestimated
A New Generation of Bill Payers
ESSENTIAL GUIDANCE
Conclusion

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