Money Canadian Telecoms Make The Most Revenue Per Wireless GB In The World: Tefficient Report

20:06  11 july  2018
20:06  11 july  2018 Source:   huffingtonpost.ca

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At tefficient , we believe that the world is (or is about to become) mobile-first. But it doesn’t mean that the mobile networks will carry most of the traffic. Data usage, traffic and revenue per GB for 111 operators.

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Canadian wireless users have some of the lowest data usage in the world, but Canadian telecom companies make the most money off the customers they have, a new report shows.

A study by telecom comparison site Tefficient looked at data usage per SIM card in 36 countries worldwide in 2017, and how much money telecoms made per gigabyte of wireless data used.

Canadians used about 1.3 GB of data per month per SIM card last year. There were only five countries where wireless customers used less than that— the Czech Republic, Portugal, Germany, Belgium, and Greece.

The study found that high mobile data use in a country can be explained by telecoms' low effective revenue per gigabyte of data.

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Wireless providers in Canada are making more revenue per gigabyte of data than in any other country, according to a new report . A report from tefficient looks at data usage and cost per gigabyte for mobile users.

Prediction 1 – mobile data usage of 10 GB per month. For 2017, we thought we’d make our predictions more courageous . We think 2017 will be the year when the telecoms industry finally becomes For the 14th time: tefficient ’s famous data usage analysis – now covering 32 countries.

In other words, one reason Canadians use less data than other countries may be that telecoms charge so much for the data they offer.

Canada also only showed six per cent growth in data usage in 2017, the lowest of any country in the report.

By contrast, Indian telecoms had the lowest revenue per gigabyte, and showed the highest growth in data usage in 2017 — more than 300 per cent. Canadian telecoms made 35 times what Indian companies make for the same data usage.

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University of Ottawa professor Michael Geist said the report shows innovation and science minister Navdeep Bains must recognize that "longstanding failed Canadian wireless policies must change."

"It is difficult to overstate how much the lack of wireless competitiveness is holding back the Canadian market," Geist wrote on his blog.

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How can the company make more profit when it needs to handle all that traffic? Data usage, traffic and revenue per GB for 124 operators. Measure, compare and improve competitiveness within telecoms . Tweets av @ tefficient .

The CRTC report found that Bell, Rogers and Telus collectively had 91 per cent of all wireless service revenues in 2016. Tribe argues more intervention is needed to provide Canadians with more affordable wireless plans.

Geist criticized Canada's telecom regulator, the CRTC, for not taking action on wireless carriers who continue to increase their fees.

This article originally appeared on AMP: HuffPost Canada at https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2018/07/11/canadian-telecoms-tefficient-report_a_23479736/

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