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TomiAhonen Consulting Report: "Revenue Sharing Report"

 

 


††††††††††† REVENUE SHARING 2002

"A New Willingness To Partner"

†††††††††† - clear finding in brand-new study

about content partnerships for

new mobile services in 2002.

 

 

            Revenue Sharing Report

 †††††††††† Covering Mobile Services

and 44 Industries

by TomiAhonen Consulting

122 pages

November 2002

 

Cost 995 UKP / 1 495 USD / 1 495 Euro

 

                                                           

 

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DESCRIPTION

 

The world's first comprehensive Revenue Sharing Report for mobile

services analyzes 44 industries that will have a significant contribution

to the "Mobile Internet" or "Mobile Portal Services" or "Wireless Services"

or "Cellular Data Services" or "Value Add Services in Wireless". The

Revenue Sharing Report is based on interviews, surveys and opinions

by executives at 136 companies who are directly involved in creating

new mobile services.

 

The companies include all significant players in the new mobile services

arena including mobile operators (wireless carriers); content providers;

application developers; IT integrators; equipment vendors; industry

analysts; telecoms consultancies; investment banks; regulators; and other

experts. The survey population covers companies from 62 countries on

six continents.

 

The Revenue Sharing Report captures the current state of the rapidly

changing revenue-sharing positions that have evolved from the dramatically

divergent positions of interested parties during 2000-2001, to considerably

more consistent positions in 2002. The revised positions in particular by

mobile operators (wireless carriers) latest arrangements leave a lot of room

for compromise allowing for the establishment of common ground.

 

The Revenue Sharing Report examines 44 industries that will be most

relevant over the next five years in the new mobile services business. The

industries include Advertising, Adult Entertainment, Banking, Classified

Advertising, Credit cards, Dating, Gambling, Gaming, Insurance,

Mapping, m-Commerce, Music, News, Security, Ticketing, etc. For the

first time, major sectors of the economy as they relate to mobile services

such as Information, Entertainment, Location Based Services and

m-Commerce are all split into the relevant individual industries with

consistent aggregate numbers and their respective revenue-sharing.

 

The 44 industries account for about one third of the global GDP. By global

revenues in 2000 the largest of the industries included is Insurance and the

smallest is Dating services. For full list see below.

 

The Revenue Sharing Report findings reveal that even within very similar

industries some will see only a token migration of revenues to the

Mobile Internet while other industries see as much as a third of the total

revenues worldwide cannibalized by new wireless services. This causes

dramatic disruption and disintermediation in the value chain and tens of

thousands of jobs affected worldwide.Out of the 44 industries a total of 7

will see cannibalization of a third or more of the industry revenues by 2007.

The biggest of the cannibalized industries being Adult Entertainment.

 

The Revenue Sharing Report covers each of the 44 industries with current

market sizes of the traditional industry; what types of mobile services are

likely to emerge over the next five years; how rapidly each of the industries

will adopt mobile services; the degree of how much of the global revenues

in each industry migrates to new wireless services by 2007; the expected

revenue sharing level for each industry over the next 12 months; and the

relevance of each industry to the mobile operator (wireless carrier) business

case. For most of the 44 industries, real existing mobile services are also

mentioned together with the countries where the services were first deployed.

 

The Revenue Sharing Report includes an overview of the current status of the

new mobile services business with regional comparisons and emerging

service concepts highlighted.

 

Revenue Sharing Report 2002 - "A New Willingness To Partner"

Covering Mobile Services and 44 Industries

Dated November 2002

122 Pages

Cost 995.00 UKP / 1,495.00 USD / 1,495.00 Euro.

 

 

See below for listing of all 44 industries covered in report and see below for

more information about the Author and the Researcher of the Revenue

Sharing Report.

 

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Industries Covered in the Revenue Sharing Report 2002

Actual industry as classified in the Report is in Bold, synonyms for industries/

services in italics

 

Adult Entertainment

Advertising

Airline Tickets (see Ticketing)

Animation (see Cartoons and Comics)

Automobile Rentals (see Car Rentals)

Apartments

Banking

Betting (see Gambling)

Body Guards (see Security & Safety)

Bus Tickets (see Ticketing)

Car Rentals

Car Security (See Security & Safety)

Cartoons and Comics

CD Sales (see Gaming, Music Sales, and Software)

Chat on TV (see SMS to TV)

Classified Advertising

Coke Machines (see Vending Machines)

Computer Software (see Software)

Consumer Credit (see Credit Cards)

Consumer Polling (see Marketing Research)

Content on the Internet (see Web Content)

Couriers & Messengers

Credit Cards

Crossword Puzzles (see Serial Content)

Databases (see Directories)

Dating

Directories

Employment

Entertainment (numerous: see below for industries covered)

e-shopping (see Mail Order & e-Shopping)

Express Delivery (See Couriers & Messengers)

Finance (see Banking, Credit Cards, Insurance, and Stock Market)

Gambling

Gaming

Girlie Industry (see Adult Entertainment)

Greeting Cards

Guarding (see Security & Safety)

Horoscopes (see Serial Content)

Hotels

Housing (see Apartment Hunting)

Insurance

Information (numerous: see below for industries covered)

Internet Web Page Content (see Web Pages)

Interpretation (see Translation)

Jobs (see Employment)

Jokes (see Serial Content)

LBS Location Based Services (numerous: see below for industries covered)

Lottery

Location Based Services (numerous: see below for industries covered)

Locksmiths (see Security & Safety)

mAd mobile Advertising (see Advertising)

Magazines

Mail Order & e-Shopping

Mapping

Marketing (see Advertising)

Marketing Research

m-Banking (see Banking)

m-Commerce (all categories in this listing can be classified as m-Commerce)

Messengers (see Couriers & Messengers)

Movie Tickets (See Ticketing)

m-Tickets (see Ticketing)

Music Sales

Music Streaming

Music Videos

MTV (see Music Videos)

News

Newspapers (see Classified Advertising, and News)

Opinion Polls (see Marketing Research)

Parcel Delivery (see Couriers & Messengers)

Parking

Photography

Polling (see Marketing Research)

Pornography (see Adult Entertainment)

Post Cards (see Greeting Cards)

Professional Sports (see Sports)

Racing (see Sports)

Radio (see Music Streaming, News, Weather, and Traffic Information)

Recruitment (see Employment)

Real Estate (see Apartment Hunting)

Rental of Cars (see Car Rentals)

Ringing Tones

Safety & Security

Screen Savers

Search Engines

Securities (see Stock Market)

Serial Content

Sex Industry (see Adult Entertainment)

SMS to TV

Software

Sports

Sporting Event Tickets (see Ticketing)

Streaming (see Music Streaming, Music Videos, and TV Broadcasting)

Stock Market

Team Sports (see Sports)

Texting to TV (see SMS to TV)

Theater Tickets (see Ticketing)

Ticketing

Traffic Information

Train Tickets (see Ticketing)

Translation

Travel Ticketing (see Ticketing)

TV Broadcasting

Vending Machines

Voting on TV (see SMS to TV)

Video Games (see Gaming)

Video Streaming (see Music Videos, News, and TV Broadcasting)

Videos (see Music Videos)

Weather

Web Content

White Pages (see Directories)

Yellow Pages (see Directories)

 

 

Location Based Services (LBS) form a significant portion of following industries:

Advertising

Apartments

Classified Ads

Couriers & Messengers

Dating

Directories

Employment

Gambling

Gaming

Greeting Cards

Maps

Marketing Research

Parking

Safety & Security

Search Engines

Sports

Ticketing

Traffic Information

Weather

 

 

Information Services form a significant portion of following industries:

Apartments

Classified Ads

Couriers & Messengers

Directories

Employment

Magazines

Maps

News

Stock Market

Search Engines

Traffic Information

Translation

Weather

Web Content

 

 

Entertainment Services form a significant portion of following industries:

Adult Entertainment

Cartoons & Comics

Dating

Gambling

Gaming

Lottery

Magazines

Music Sales

Music Streaming

Music Videos

Ring Tones

Screen Savers

Serial Content

Sports

TV Broadcasting

Web Content

 

 

 

Micropayments form a significant portion of following industries:

Advertising

Cartoons and Comics

Classified Advertising

Dating

Directories

Gaming

Greeting Cards

Lottery

Magazines

Mapping

Marketing Research

News

Parking

Photography

Ringing Tones

Screen Savers

Search Engines

Serial Content

SMS to TV

Stock Market

Ticketing

Traffic Information

Translation

Vending Machines

Weather

Web Content

 

 

 

Revenue Sharing Report 2002 - "A New Willingness To Partner"

Covering Mobile Services and 44 Industries

Dated November 2002

122 Pages

Cost 995.00 UKP / 1,495.00 USD / 1,495.00 Euro.

 

Ordering information. The Revenue Sharing Report by TomiAhonen

Consulting can only be ordered initially through the3GPortal.com. Follow

this link: [Ordering Revenue Sharing Report]

 

 

 

About the Author:

 

TomiAhonen Consulting is a telecoms consultancy specialising on

strategy, competition, business, marketing, and profitability of new mobile

services including 3G/UMTS, GPRS, EDGE, WAP and SMS. TomiAhonen

Consulting champions new service ideas, revenue sharing, and customer

orientation for the new mobile services opportunity.

 

 

About the Writer and Researcher:

 

Tomi T Ahonen is a 3G Strategy Consultant and Author at TomiAhonen

Consulting. He has written the world's first business book on 3G and

co-edited the world's first services book on 3G. With 12 years of experience

in new services in telecoms and the internet, Mr Ahonen worked for three

operators (carriers) and at Nokia's Mobile Internet and 3G programmes; all

of his experience has been gained in deregulated telecoms markets.

Among his accomplishments are creating the world's first fixed-mobile

service bundle and setting the world record for taking market share from

the incumbent.

 

 

 

 

Revenue Sharing Report 2002 - "A New Willingness To Partner"

Covering Mobile Services and 44 Industries

Dated November 2002

122 Pages

Cost 995.00 UKP / 1,495.00 USD / 1,495.00 Euro.

 

Ordering information. The Revenue Sharing Report by TomiAhonen

Consulting can only be ordered initially through the3GPortal.com. Follow

this link: [Ordering Revenue Sharing Report]

 

 

 

  

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