1 Annex 9 1 Review of mobile tariffs in the UK and US Introduction A1.1 This Annex provides a review of the current structure of main mobile tariffs offered by the main mobile operators in the UK and US. A1.2 The wholesale mobile termination regime in the UK is CPNP. Broadly speaking, the US wholesale mobile termination regime can be considered B&K (see Annex 8.1). Mobile operators can charge the termination rate set by the relevant state regulator for fixed termination, but operators can opt for B&K if they wish to do so. Our understanding is that the majority of calls terminating on mobile networks are governed by B&K arrangements. This means that average mobile termination rates are very low and close to zero. 1 A1.3 A good understanding of the retail price structures in the UK and US may help to predict, at least in part, what the UK retail price structure may look like if UK mobile termination rates were reduced further and possibly be set close to zero. Review of UK mobile tariffs Tariff data A1.4 We have used tariff data from the UK Mobile Pricing Factbook published in the final quarter of We focus our analysis on tariffs available from the five UK mobile network operators (O2, Vodafone, T-Mobile, Orange and 3). Post-pay tariffs A1.5 For our review of post-pay tariffs, we have focussed on standard retail, anynetwork, any-time tariffs available on an 18 month contract. In particular we focused on: Retail tariffs tariffs that can be purchased from most retailers. Online tariffs 3, SIM only plans 4 and business plans 5 are not included in this analysis. Also, we have not taken account of add-ons 6 or special offers 7 ; 1 Access fee payments still apply between some operators. See Call Termination Fees: The U.S. in global perspective, presented at the 4th ZEW Conference on the Economics of Information and Communication Technologies, Mannheim, Germany, July Available at: ftp://ftp.zew.de/pub/zewdocs/div/ikt04/paper_marcus_parallel_session.pdf. 2 This is published by Pure Pricing. 3 Operators sometimes offer additional discounts if the tariff is purchased online from the operator s own website. 4 SIM-only pay-monthly plans (handset not included) offer more minutes / texts than standard paymonthly tariffs and usually require only 30 days notice to cancel. 5 Tariffs available to business customers only. 6 On some networks, customers can pay an additional monthly fee for certain add-ons (e.g. unlimited on-net calls, unlimited weekend calls, unlimited fixed calls, additional any-network any-time minutes, additional / unlimited texts, data pack, picture messages, video calling minutes) 7 For example: discounted monthly charge for a number of months.
2 1.5.2 Any-network, any-time tariffs these are tariffs that offer mainly anynetwork, any-time call minutes. We have not included in this analysis plans which offer less any-network, any-time call minutes in exchange for more texts, more off-peak call minutes, more fixed call minutes, or more on-net minutes; and month contracts 12 and 24 month contracts are not included. 8 A1.6 Table 1 shows all the post-pay tariffs included in the UK Mobile Pricing Factbook (Q4 2008), that meet the criteria set out above. 8 84% of new mobile contract connections were 18 month contracts in the first quarter of See Ofcom s Communications Market Report 2008, Figure 5.56.
3 Table 1: Post-pay tariffs in the UK (standard retail, any-network any-time, 18 month tariffs) Operator 3UK O2 Orange Tariff Mix & Match (18 months) O2 (18 months) Dolphin (18 months) Racoon (18 months) Canary (18 months) Panther (18 months) Monthly charge ( ) Inclusive minutes (any-network, anytime) Messages included Outside allowance (ppm) Fixed & on-net Mins or texts: (1 min = 1 text). Add'l 300 on-net, x-time calls Mins or texts: (1 min = 1 text). Add'l 300 on-net, x-time calls Mins or texts: (1 min = 1 text). Add'l 300 on-net, x-time calls Mins or texts: (1 min = 1 text). Add'l 300 on-net, x-time calls 27 1, Mins or texts: (1 min = 1 text). Add'l 300 on-net, x-time calls Off-net , , unlimited Unlimited texts (max 3000) unlimited Unlimited texts (max 3000) unlimited Unlimited texts (max 3000) unlimited Unlimited texts (max 3000) Unlimited fixed x-time calls (max 3000) Unlimited fixed x-time calls (max 3000) Unlimited fixed x-time calls (max 3000) Unlimited on-net, x-time calls (max 3000) Unlimited on-net, x-time calls (max 3000) 45 1, Unlimited fixed or on-net x-time calls or texts (max 3000) or internet 55 1, Unlimited fixed or on-net x-time calls or texts (max 3000) or internet 75 3, Unlimited fixed or on-net x-time calls or texts (max 3000) or internet Other
4 Operator T-Mobile Vodafone Tariff Combi (18 months) Flext (18 months) Vodafone (18 months) Monthly charge ( ) Inclusive minutes (any-network, anytime) Messages included Outside allowance (ppm) , Allowance - can be spent on voice, texts, or pictures 35 1, Allowance - can be spent on voice, texts, or pictures 40 1, Allowance - can be spent on voice, texts, or pictures 50 1, Allowance - can be spent on voice, texts, or pictures 75 3, Allowance - can be spent on voice, texts, or pictures Choice: unlimited calls to fixed or on-net Choice: unlimited calls to fixed or on-net 50 1, Choice: unlimited calls to fixed or on-net 75 3, Choice: unlimited calls to fixed or on-net Other Source: UK Mobile Pricing Factbook, Pure Pricing, Q4 2008
5 Inclusive minutes A1.7 Bundles in the UK have been getting larger in recent years, with all five operators now offering some tariffs that include over 1,000 any-network, any-time minutes. Such an allowance is unlikely to be exceeded by most users, and so at least for these large bundle tariffs, most revenues are raised from the fixed monthly charge as opposed to per minute call charges. In general though, these big-bucket tariffs cost over 40 per month. A1.8 Although not as widespread as in the US, there are few examples of unlimited onnet calls on post-pay tariffs in the UK. Both Orange and Vodafone include unlimited fixed and/or on-net (any-time) minutes on a selection of their tariffs, while 3 includes 300 additional on-net any-time minutes on all of their tariffs. A1.9 In contrast to the US, tariffs with very low inclusive minutes exist in the UK. O2, T- Mobile and Vodafone all offer tariffs that include only 100 minutes or fewer. On-/off-net price differential A1.10 3, O2 and T-Mobile charge the same for both on-net and off-net calls made once the allowance is used up, so the on-/off-net price differential is zero in these cases. However, it is not necessarily so for calls within the bundle. A1.11 Orange charges 12 ppm for on-net calls and 35 ppm for off-net calls once the allowance is used up, giving an on-/off-net price differential of 23 ppm. Where the tariff includes unlimited on-net calls, the effective differential between on-net calls (which are free) and off-net calls is even greater. In reality, in most cases the bundle sizes are so large (e.g. Panther tariffs) that off-net calls are also effectively unlimited for most customers. A1.12 On lowest priced tariffs, Vodafone charges 18 ppm and 40 ppm for on-net and offnet calls respectively outside of the allowance (on-/off-net price differential: 22 ppm). For tariffs charging over 30 per month, these charges fall to 15 ppm and 35 ppm giving a slightly lower on-/off-net price differential of 20 ppm. Where customers opt for unlimited on-net calls, the effective differential is of course even greater, but in most cases the bundle size is so large that off-net calls are effectively unlimited (i.e. a zero differential). Pre-pay tariffs A1.13 Unlike the US, the majority of subscriptions in the UK are pre-pay (64% in 2007). Table 2 summarises the call charges that apply on UK pre-pay tariff packages available from the five mobile network operators.
6 Table 2: Call charges on pre-pay tariffs in the UK Operator Pre-pay call charges 3 All calls: 12 ppm O2 Orange T-Mobile Vodafone Off-net: 25 ppm On-net: 25 ppm for the first 3 minutes of the day, 5 ppm thereafter All calls: 15 ppm or 20 ppm depending on pre-pay plan All calls: 20 ppm for the first 2 minutes, 10 ppm thereafter All calls: 20 ppm Source: UK Mobile Pricing Factbook, Pure Pricing, Q A1.14 These operators also offer bundles 9 or top-up rewards 10 on their pre-pay tariffs: Credit expiry customers can purchase a bundle of units, where 1 unit = 1 minute or 1 text (valid for 30 days). T-Mobile pre-pay customers can purchase text and talk boosters, which give them a bundle of texts or minutes valid for 5 days; O2 and Orange reward customers with a call or text allowance when they top up by a certain amount. The size of the allowance depends on the amount of credit purchased; and Vodafone offers pre-pay customers top-up rewards (additional texts when they top up by a certain amount). Vodafone pre-pay customers can also purchase bundles of texts and minutes that are valid for 30 days. A1.15 Credit does not expire for any operator, and most operators give rewards (minutes or texts) when the customer buys top-up of a particular value. Some operators offer bundles of texts and/or minutes that can be purchased and last for a given period of time (usually 30 days). Call charges A1.16 Except for O2, the operators charge the same rate for on-net and off-net calls. A1.17 On 3, Orange and Vodafone this charge is independent of the length of the call, whereas on T-Mobile call charges are stepped, that is, calls are charged at 20 ppm for the first 2 minutes, then 10 ppm thereafter. On O2, fixed and on-net call charges are stepped (25 ppm for the first 2 minutes of the day, 5 ppm thereafter) whereas off-net calls are charged at a flat rate (25 ppm). In general, it can be said that the pre-pay on-/off-net price differential is close to zero. 9 Bundles can be purchased that give an allowance of minutes and texts. 10 Additional credit, minutes or texts are given when the customer top-ups by x or more.
7 Review of US mobile tariffs Tariff data A1.18 We have looked at some of the pre-pay and post-pay tariffs available in October 2008 from the four largest US operators (by subscriber numbers). These currently cover about 85% of US subscribers (see Table 3). Table 3: Subscribers to the four largest US mobile operators AT&T Mobility Verizon Wireless Sprint Nextel T-Mobile USA Source: Analysys Mason. Subscribers (million) Share 27% 26% 21% 11% A1.19 Table 4 below summarises a selection of the standard, individual pre-pay and postpay tariffs available from these four US operators. The information was collected from the operators websites in October 2008.
8 Table 4: Pre-pay and post-pay tariffs in the US (standard retail individual tariffs) Operator Post-pay / Pre-pay Tariff Monthly access fee Daily access charge (on days used) Inclusive any-time, any-network minutes On-net calls Off-peak calls Per-minute rate after allowance Verizon Wireless Post-pay Pre-pay Nationwide Basic (can pay more to get additional benefits, but these details are the same) INpulse PAYG Unlimited Unlimited $ Unlimited Unlimited $ Unlimited Unlimited $ Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited $ Unlimited - $ Unlimited Unlimited $ Unlimited Unlimited $ Unlimited 5000 $0.45 AT&T Wireless Post-pay Pre-pay Individual plans PAYG Pick your plan (no annual contract) Unlimited Unlimited $ Unlimited Unlimited $ Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited $ $ Unlimited - $ $ Unlimited 500 $ Unlimited 3000 $ Unlimited Unlimited $ Unlimited** Unlimited $ Unlimited** - $0.40 Post-pay Individial plans (FlexPay) Unlimited** Unlimited $0.40 T-Mobile USA Unlimited** Unlimited $ Unlimited** Unlimited $ Unlimited Unlimited** Unlimited $0.40 Pay by the day Unlimited Unlimited $0.10 Pre-paid PAYG $ $0.33* Side-kick pre-paid $0.15 *$100 for 1000 mins, $50 for 400 mins, $25 for 130 mins, $10 for 30 mins **Unlimited on FlexPay tariff Sprint Nextel Post-pay Simply everything Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Everything Unlimited Unlimited $ Unlimited Unlimited $0.40 Talk/Message/Direct Connect Unlimited Unlimited $ Unlimited Unlimited $ Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Talk Unlimited Unlimited $ Unlimited Unlimited $0.40 Basic Unlimited $0.45 Standard, individual, pre-pay and post-pay tariffs as available on 14th October 2008
9 Post-pay tariffs A1.20 The majority of post-pay bundles are much larger (in terms of included minutes) in the US compared to the UK. The majority of tariffs includes unlimited on-net calls as well as unlimited off-peak (i.e. evening/night and weekend) calls to any networks. Moreover, for a larger fixed fee, the operators charge lower per-minute out-ofallowance call charges. A1.21 This suggests that operators raise most of their revenues from the fixed monthly charge. Therefore, it appears that in a market with (very) low mobile termination rates, a large proportion of revenues is raised via the fixed monthly charges. A1.22 We also note that the price per minute for calls outside of the allowance is in the range of $0.40, which is much higher than the average price within the bundle. Operators may use these charges to aggressively push consumers onto the next tariff with more inclusive minutes. Pre-pay tariffs A1.23 AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile offer pre-pay tariffs with a daily access charge (payable only on days when the phone is used). This is akin to a fixed fee (in relation to the minutes of use). It appears that they are willing to offer lower perminute call charges, and more unlimited/bundled minutes in exchange for a fixed daily charge. On-/off-net price differential A1.24 On-net and off-net (domestic) calls outside the allowance for all tariff packages are always charged at the same rate. However, as most post-pay tariffs (and some prepay tariffs) offer unlimited on-net calls, once the allowance of off-net calls is used up, there is an effective differential between the price of on-net calls (which are always free) and off-net calls (charged at a flat rate beyond the allowance). A1.25 In reality though, the bundle sizes are so large that off-net calls are effectively unlimited for a large number of customers. Therefore, the on-/off-net price differential is close to zero for most users. Incoming versus outgoing call charges A1.26 In the US consumers are charged both for making and receiving calls. For all main tariffs surveyed here, all the bundles include both incoming and outgoing minutes 11 and the call charges, if the limit in the bundles in exceeded, are the same. This is the case for all operators and all the main tariffs. The above information means that all operators for all levels of output charge the same price for both types of calls. A1.27 This may provide some interesting information as to the relative value consumers assign on average to make and receive calls. If we assumed that the cost of origination is equal to the cost of termination, 12 then any difference in caller and 11 The evidence reveals that incoming and outgoing calls count equally against any allowance of minutes - i.e. a one minute incoming call = a one minute outgoing call = one minute s worth of allowance. 12 In reality, the cost of origination may be marginally higher as it includes the cost of transit which is borne by the caller but not by the receiver.
10 recipient charges would point to a difference between the level and shape of the demand curves for receiving a call and for making a call, respectively. A1.28 Given that the costs are likely to be very similar under the quasi-b&k system in the US the cost of the call is effectively equally shared between caller and receiver 13 - the most plausible implication seems to be that consumers value incoming calls as much as they value outgoing calls. Indeed, if consumers valued receiving calls less than making calls, operators would have incentives to price receiving calls lower than making calls. A1.29 An alternative possible explanation as to why charges to make and receive calls are identical could be that consumers value simple tariffs and, hence, if the difference in valuation were not very large, operators may provide simple tariff structures. However, given consumers ability to deal with relatively complex mobile retail price structures this does not appear at first sight a convincing explanation. A1.30 This suggest that if hypothetically the US introduced a wholesale CPNP system that made the caller bear all the cost of the call, there would be a positive externality enjoyed by the recipient of the call. Whether consumers could take action to internalise this, is a separate question which will have to be addressed separately. Underlying cost structure A1.31 Under B&K a network does not face a termination fee to terminate a call onto another network (off-net calls). On the contrary, it may face a cost to terminate it on its own networks (on-net calls). Therefore, one would expect that the retail tariffs of mobile networks would provide some incentives to terminate calls off-net. To some extent this could be seen as a version on the hot potato issue which is often raised as a concern under B&K whereby the originating operator may have an incentive to pass on some of the cost to the terminating operator. In this case instead the originating operator would have an incentive to offload as many calls as possible. A1.32 Absent other considerations, this would only be true if networks felt that there was a variable per minute cost that they should recover through a variable not a fixed retail charge. If the cost of on-net calls was felt to vary by minute, operators would be expected to recover it through a per minute charge. At the same time because they perceive that (marginal) cost for per minute of off-net calls does not include termination rate, one would also expect that the retail call charge for off-net calls, if it existed, should be lower than for on-net calls. A1.33 What we observe from these retail tariffs seems to suggest that the perceived per minute cost is zero or close to zero: They recover most of their costs through fixed fees - this may suggest that they do not face high per minute marginal costs either for on- or off-net calls; and Their retail charges do not distinguish in any significant way between on and off-net calls. To be precise, it appears that the retail on-net call charges are set at zero (the majority of tariffs give unlimited on-net calls) while for off-net calls most tariffs include unlimited off-peak calls and charge some 13 In practice, the caller may also bear the cost of conveyance and hence pay slightly more than half of the costs.
11 positive rate for peak off-net calls. This may further suggest that the marginal cost for on-net calls may not be that different from that from off-net calls (which is close to zero on average).
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Business VoIP - In the Cloud OPTIONAL ADD-ON Handsets Business Grade Unlimited Local Calls Standard National Calls to Landlines PABX Functionality Voicemail 2 Email Name Display TPG Broadband On-Net Customers