Mobile Phone Services - US - November 2007
Mobile Phone Services - US - November 2007

At a projected $150 billion in 2007, the mobile phone service industry is one of the largest sectors in the U.S. economy, characterized by intense competition and ever-changing consumer preferences. Service providers are at a pivotal strategic juncture, striving to differentiate brands in the face of commoditization and slowing subscriber growth.

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Overview

Overview

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Scope and Themes
Executive Summary

Market

Market

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Market Drivers
Market Size and Trends
Market Segmentation
Retail Distribution

Brand/Company

Brand/Company

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Advertising and Promotion

Data

Data

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Appendix: Trade Associations

Other

Supply Structure
Cell Phone Ownership and Types of Service Plans
Cell Phone Features Used
Reasons a Mobile Service is Chosen
Attitudes Towards Mobile Service
Reasons Not to Have a Mobile Service Plan
Penetration, Spend, Selection and Attitudes by Race/Ethnicity
Future and Forecast