Verizon’s journey in commercialising 5G

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This is part 2 of a 3-part series taking an in-depth look at how 5G pioneers have evolved their approaches to commercialisation since launch, navigating a maze of factors such as handset availability, technology immaturity and more. What should others take from their experience to date?


Format: PDF filePages: 41 pagesCharts: 19Author: Nicola WarrenPublication Date: April 2021

Table of Contents

    • Executive Summary
    • Introduction
    • Performance indicators to date
      • First mover advantage?
    • Details of launch
    • Consumer propositions
      • At launch…
      • …And now
      • Consumer monetisation summary
    • Business and enterprise propositions
      • At launch…
      • …And now
      • Business monetisation summary
    • Analysis of 5G market development
      • Consumer perceptions
    • What next?
      • Mid-band
    • Conclusions
    • Appendix 1
    • Index

Table of Figures

Figure 1: Factors influencing 5G monetisation
Figure 2: T-Mobile versus Verizon subscriber base comparison, March 2021
Figure 3: Verizon’s network at launch
Figure 4: Verizon’s consumer propositions at launch
Figure 5: Verizon leads in 5G handset units sold
Figure 6: Verizon’s flagship Unlimited plans
Figure 7: Gaming collaborations
Figure 8: Verizon’s business propositions at launch
Figure 9: 5G “solutions”
Figure 10: Verizon 5G for business communication
Figure 11: Verizon current business propositions
Figure 12: Overview of Verizon private 5G and edge partnerships
Figure 13: Verizon 5G Labs
Figure 14: Concentration of 5G UWB coverage in New York
Figure 15: Verizon five growth vectors
Figure 16: Verizon post mid-band purchase network plan
Figure 17: 5G monetisation factors for Verizon
Figure 18: Verizon’s 5G monetisation areas
Figure 19: Verizon current consumer 5G propositions

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Companies & technologies covered: Apple, AWS, Azure, Comcast, Microsoft, Nokia, T-Mobile, Verizon