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January 13, 2016

3 riders about AT & T new unlimited data plan

AT&T New unlimited data plan comes at a time when most wireless carriers have either eliminated or raised the price of unlimited data plans. Sprint and T-Mobile, the only two carriers that still offer unlimited data to new customers, have bumped up prices.



"AT&T new unlimited data plan with riders"

AT&T's unlimited data plan is back, with strings attached. The first rider is  that to  get this unlimited data plan, consumers should also  subscribe to its TV service (only for customers who also subscribe to its DirecTV or U-Verse TV services. Enrollment began Tuesday.)

So does it technically offer unlimited data : Rider 2  .AT &T will only slow the connection for any customer who is in a data-congested area and who in a given month exceeds 22 gigabytes of data. This is equivalent to someone streaming 50 hours of video and 250 hours of music and then spending another 220 hours on the Internet each month.

Rider 3 : How much is the actual cost :The monthly cost for the data is $60, plus $40 for each line. The fourth line is free. This means one line costs $100 a month, two lines are $140, and then three or four lines cost $180. .

Who should go for this plan :This is a pretty good deal for anyone who needs a paid TV service and is a heavy user of wireless data. Specifically, it's best for individuals who use more than 10GB to 15GB of data per month
 know more on the details of AT &T new unlimited plan here

December 4, 2015

the biggest telecom operator brands by region

"global top 25 telecom  brands  "
source : brandfinance

North America remains top by total brand value, up 13% year-on-year, driven by the improving US economy and increases to the value of some major brands following significant M&As. Asia is the fastest growing region, up 18% ($30bn). Chinese brands lead the way benefitting from an expanding customer base and government support. Middle Eastern brands grew almost as quickly, by 16% MOBILE is the current leader in the chinese market.By the end of 2014 China Mobile 4G customer base exceeded 100 million .SingTel is a pioneer in ramping up commercial 4G mobile services in Singapore


The key growth area for telecom carriers is data. Customers no longer see high speed data traffic as an additional service, but rather as a necessity. Developing a profitable and efficient 4G mobile network is a challenge that only a small number of telecoms worldwide have addressed successfully. The huge amount of funding required for Capital Expenditure has grown debt levels of some carriers, consequently leading to instability and financial difficulties. Different licences needed and slow 4G mobile spectrum auctions further impede telecoms efforts in developing their new generation mobile networks.

December 3, 2015

the most valuable and powerful made in china brands

THE BIGGEST MOST POWERFUL 15 COMPANIES IN CHINA :China is a nation that continues to break global records. It is the world!s largest car market (14 million units sold), has the largest number of Internet users (400 million against the entire US population of 300 million), and its GDP is on the point of overtaking Japan to become the world!s second largest economy after the US. China is now home to among the best global brands.The IPO of Agricultural Bank of China (ABC) in Hong Kong and Shanghai on July 19 this year (and which is reflected in this report) means that China is now home to four of the world's 10 biggest banks by market capitalization. This has happened only five years since the country's first major state-owned lender – Bank of China - went public in recordbreaking IPO launches in Hong Kong and Shanghai.



"the top 15 biggest chinese brands "
China Mobile is the most valuable China brand, valued at US$22.62 billion. According to latest data  the second  most valuable China brand is banking giant ICBC, which has a brand value of US $16.947 billion.The second most valuable sector is Telecommunications with a combined brand value of US$37.436 billion, or 17.5% of the total. Meanwhile Insurance-related brands make up the third most valuable sector among the top 100 brands with a combined brand value of US$16.217 billion. China Life is by far the most valuable brand in this sector, with a brand value of US$11.073 billion.

November 5, 2015

The Mobile Network Speed Test in UK :Vodafone vs EE vs Telefonica




While Telecom network providers take great care in covering the metropolitan areas, small cities often lag behind. Is this true for the United Kingdom too?

"mobile network speed test in UK"


How does Mobile Network speed in terms of web page downloads compare in UK .In 2015 the Mobile Network Test in the UK  compared  3  telecom majorsThree, O2 and Vodafone.The above chart shows the ranking of mobile Networks in term of web page downloads on their mobile
  •  In 2014  in a similar mobile network test showed EE as the clear winner followed by Three with the best voice performance. O2 and Vodafone followed almost head-to-head. 
1)The test also displayed much better performance in metropolitan areas than in smaller cities and on connecting roads. That fact and the population of 8.6 million people are good reasons to look at the results of the largest city London separately

2)One of the most often used services is web surfing which was tested with a mixture of 9 popular live and one static web-pages. The winner of last year‘s benchmark EE managed to improve its session success ratio for live web sites from 97 to 99 %.

a)The average session time to download a popular live web site decreased from 4.1 to 2.7 seconds.

 b)The other three operators showed almost identical session times between 3.1 and 3.2 seconds, but on reliability Vodafone clearly ranked second with a healthy success ratio of 97.4 %, while Telefonica followed with 96.8 %.

c)With an error rate of more than 5 % , all three telco network carriers needs quite catching up to do

August 24, 2015

3 industries that are leading real estate office space boom in London



"infographic on real estate office space boom in London"

The industries that are leading Real estate Office boom in London






The latest Deloitte survey on  the growth of office space real estate in London shows that corporations continue to invest on real estate office space in a big way.
  1. The latest estimates show that   London office space construction is up by 24% in the last 6 months  with more than 9.5million square feet of prime office rental space under construction
  2. Office space real estate  in London increased by 6.3million sq feet in 2014 a ten year high since 2005
  3. 50% of real estate office space boom in London is led by the TMT industry Technology, Media and Telecommunications industry

In 2012, Tech, media and telco made up 12% of real estate occupancy in London for the first three quarters

February 14, 2015

US Telecom Providers Wireless Revenue break up: 2008 to 2014


break up of us wireless revenue since 2008 to 2014

This  chart from statista  shows the operating revenue made from wireless services offered by major U.S. telecommunication providers from 2008 to 2013. In 2011, AT&T's wireless operating revenue amounted to around 63.21 billion U.S. dollars

October 12, 2013

September 5, 2013

February 8, 2008

Online Ad Spend By Industry Verticals in Deecember 2007



Nielsen Online’s AdRelevance service uses a proprietary methodology for estimating online advertising expenditures and takes into account only image-based technologies and advertising sold per CPM. Above data does not reflect house advertising activity, strategic partnerships between publishers and advertisers, or text units, paid search, sponsorships, email, units contained within applications (e.g., messengers and pre-rolls) or performance-based advertising.