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Better signal: Revenue will grow as price-sensitive consumers look to resellers for inexpensive options
Telecommunications Resellers in the US
The Telecommunications Resellers industry experienced strong growth over the five years to 2016, led by a shift away from fixed services, such as landline phones, toward mobile phones with internet capabilities. Additionally, changing price structures by upstream wireless telecommunication network operators significantly reduced barriers for selling mobile data plans. To compete in the increasingly intensive market, companies have focused on servicing niche customers, the largest of them are small- to medium-sized businesses, offering unique pricing structures, strong branding and excellent customer service. As growth in the number of mobile internet connections slows and growth for demand for upstream wirelesses telecommunication carriers grows, industry revenue growth will slow over the five years to 2021.
Companies in this industry purchase access and network capacity from operators of telecommunications networks and resell these services to businesses and households. Although operators that resell wired telecommunications services are included in the industry, companies that resell wireless services (mobile virtual network operators) account for the bulk of industry revenue. This industry does not include the resale of satellite telecommunications.
This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.
Wireless Telecommunications Carriers in the US
Wired Telecommunications Carriers in the US
VoIP in the US
Satellite Telecommunications Providers in the US
Wired Telecommunications in China
Telecommunications Resellers in Australia
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