United States-Telecommunication Services Market Perspective and Performance Insights during the Period 2016-2021

Albany, New York, September 8, 2017: The telecommunication sector is advancing all across the globe in order to offer a solid source of interaction to the population. The market for telecommunication services in the United States is on a significant rise with the surge in the count for mobile subscriptions. Hence, to study further a new report has been added to the vast online database managed by Market Research Hub (MRH). This research study is titled “United States-Telecommunication Services: A technology focused market (Strategy, Performance and Risk Analysis)”, which covers data surrounding around revenue, innovation and growth projections for the current as well as forecasted years.

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In telecommunication, a telecommunications service is basically a facility provided by a telecommunications provider, or can be tagged as a specified set of user-information transfer capabilities offered to a group of users by a telecommunications system. With a specific focus on the United States region, this research study works to enlighten the readers about all the major market influential factors along with key evaluations necessary to gain a precise understanding of the market. To be accurate, industry risk & reward, key industry trends and drivers, industry benchmarking to compare key performance indicators with regional and global markets, industry SWOT analysis, competitive landscape, and innovation, all are compiled in a systematic manner.

As the report proceeds, the key highlights are offered which reveal that increasing mobile data ARPS offsets fall in voice ARPS. Further, it is mentioned that mobile data ARPS increased at a CAGR of 10.8% during 2012-16, from US$27.7 in 2012 to US$27.2 in 2016, and is likely to further surge with a CAGR of 0.4% during the forecast period. However, on the contrary, side voice ARPS weakened at a CAGR of -18.5%, from US$29 to US$12.8, and is anticipated to decline further, posting a CAGR of -7.5% over 2016-21.

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Considering different aspects such as mobile subscriptions, the report presents a positive side. It is stated that mobile subscriptions increased at a CAGR of 6.1% during 2012-2016 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.2% over 2016-2021. Moreover, mobile service revenue hiked at a CAGR of 1.5% during 2012-2016 and is anticipated to increase at a CAGR of 1.6% over 2016-2021. Further, increased usage of mobile data services and M2M cards are likely to boost mobile subscription growth in the coming years.

The research study concludes with the competitive analysis that compares the performance of the leading players in the U.S. Telecommunications market based on metrics such as such as ARPU, churn and subscriber and revenue growth.

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