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REPORT SCOPE & OVERVIEW

The IoT MVNO Market size was USD 2.6billion in 2022 and is expected to Reach USD10.1 billion by 2030 and grow at a CAGR of 18.5% over the forecast period of 2023-2030

The key actor in the telecom sector is mobile virtual networks. Without having to care with physical radio towers or any other cellular physical equipment, the MVNO can make use of the network operations' current infrastructure. Additionally, firms using the IoT would be able to use pay as you go services with little infrastructure investments. IoT MVNOs can offer significant cost savings over traditional MNOs, as they do not have to invest in their own network infrastructure. This can be a major advantage for companies that are looking to deploy IoT devices on a large scale. IoT MVNOs offer more flexibility than traditional MNOs, as they can tailor their plans to the specific needs of each company. This can be helpful for companies that have unique requirements for their IoT deployments. it also offers a high level of security for IoT devices, as they use the same security protocols as traditional MNOs. This can help to protect IoT devices from unauthorized access and cyberattacks. A healthcare company could use an IoT MVNO to monitor the health of its patients remotely. This would help the company to provide better care and reduce costs. The IoT MVNO market is growing rapidly,The overall IoT market is growing rapidly, and this is also having a positive impact on the IoT MVNO market. As more and more businesses adopt IoT devices, they are also looking for IoT MVNOs to provide connectivity services. there have been a number of new IoT MVNOs launched in recent years, including Sigfox, Ingenu, and OnAir. These new MVNOs are offering a variety of services and features, and they are helping to expand the reach of the IoT MVNO market. the IoT MVNO market is also being affected by the increasing adoption of 5G networks. 5G networks offer faster speeds and lower latency, which is making them ideal for IoT applications. As a result, we can expect to see more IoT MVNOs offering 5G services in the future.

IoT MVNO Market Revenue Analysis

MARKET DYNAMICS

KEY DRIVERS

  • Cost optimization and scalability

  • Technological advancements in the IoT sector, such as the increasing adoption of AI technologies, are driving the growth

  • Increasing demand for an efficient cellular network

 Cost optimization and scalability are driving factors for the IoT MVNO market. MVNOs offer cost-effective solutions for IoT connectivity, which is driving the adoption of MVNO services.

RESTRAIN

  • Increasing security and privacy concerns

  • A key restrain of the IoT MVNO market's success is interoperability.

IoT devices are subject to privacy and security issues. To protect sensitive data and guarantee the integrity of IoT networks, MVNOs must employ strong security measures, encryption methods, and data privacy rules.

OPPORTUNITY

  • An increase in network virtualization deployment

  • The increase of IP and cloud data flow

Network virtualization enables all the workload's associated network services and security policies to migrate to the new host, which supports high flexibility and intelligence. it can improve management and business, such as network segmentation, multi-tenant isolation, and faster deployment

CHALLENGES

  • Managing and maintaining a network infrastructure for Internet of Things devices can be complex.

  • Excessive cost of equipment

For MVNOs to provide dependable connectivity, network security, and effective data management, they must have the necessary specialized knowledge and resources.

IMPACT OF RUSSIAN UKRAINE WAR

The IoT MVNO market has been impacted by the Russian-Ukrainian conflict in different ways. The battle has, on the one hand, increased demand for IoT MVNO services as companies explore for methods to lessen their dependency on Russian and Ukrainian providers. IoT MVNOs have seen an increase in demand, which has been especially noticeable in the fields of logistics and supply chain management. For instance, the IoT MVNO firm Thinxtra claimed that in the weeks after the battle began, their sales rose by 20%. A similar 15% surge in demand for its services was reported by IoT MVNO provider Ubicquia. M2M-Life, an IoT MVNO, has, on the other hand, ceased operations in Russia and Ukraine.

IMPACT OF ONGOING RECESSION

The impact of the recession on the IoT MVNO market Decreased demand for IoT MVNO services Businesses are likely to reduce their use of IoT MVNO services as they become more cautious with their spending. This could lead to lower prices for IoT MVNO services, which could benefit some businesses. The recession could lead to a shift in the IoT MVNO market, like SmarTone is likely to be affected by the recession in both positive and negative ways. On the positive side, the company could benefit from the lower prices for IoT MVNO services. This could allow SmarTone to attract new customers and increase its market share. On the negative side, the recession could lead to increased competition in the IoT MVNO market. This could put pressure on SmarTone to reduce its prices or offer more attractive terms.Wireless Logic, the company is a European IoT MVNO operator with operations in over 20 countries. The company is likely to see some growth in revenue from businesses in countries that are not affected by the recession. However, the company is also likely to see a decline in revenue from businesses that are affected by Recession.

KEY MARKET SEGMENTS

By Operational Model

  • Full MVNO

  • Service Provider MVNO

  • Reseller MVNO

By Subscribers

  • Business

  • Consumer

By Enterprise

  • Small and Medium Enterprises

  • Large Enterprises

By End-Use

  • Agriculture

  • Manufacturing

  • Logistics, Retail

  • Healthcare

  • Energy

  • Others

IoT MVNO Market Segmentation Analysis

Region Coverage:

North America

  • US

  • Canada

  • Mexico

Europe

  • Eastern Europe

    • Poland

    • Romania

    • Hungary

    • Turkey

    • Rest of Eastern Europe

  • Western Europe

    • Germany

    • France

    • UK

    • Italy

    • Spain

    • Netherlands

    • Switzerland

    • Austria

    • Rest of Western Europe

Asia Pacific

  • China

  • India

  • Japan

  • South Korea

  • Vietnam

  • Singapore

  • Australia

  • Rest of Asia Pacific

Middle East & Africa

  • Middle East

    • UAE

    • Egypt

    • Saudi Arabia

    • Qatar

    • Rest of Middle East

  • Africa

    • Nigeria

    • South Africa

    • Rest of Africa

Latin America

  • Brazil

  • Argentina

  • Colombia

  • Rest of Latin America

REGIONAL ANALYSIS

The IoT MVNO market in North America is expected to grow at a CAGR of 18.2% from 2022 to 2030. This means that the market is expected to reach $39.2 billion by 2030.The growth of the IoT MVNO market in North America is being driven by a number of factors, including the increasing adoption of IoT devices and applications in the region.The growing demand for cost-effective and scalable connectivity solutions. Regulatory support from governments in the region. The managed segment is expected to dominate the market in North America during the forecast period. This is because managed IoT MVNOs offer a wide range of services, including device management, network management, and billing management. This makes it easier for businesses to deploy and manage IoT devices and applications. The enterprise segment is expected to be the largest end-user segment in the IoT MVNO market in North America during the forecast period. This is because enterprises are increasingly adopting IoT technologies to improve their operations and services. IoT MVNOs are providing connectivity solutions for IoT devices and applications used by enterprises.

From 2022 to 2030, the Asia Pacific IoT MVNO market is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 19.6%. This indicates that by 2030, the market is anticipated to reach $48.9 billion. During the forecast period, the managed category is anticipated to rule the market in the Asia Pacific region. This is due to the fact that managed IoT MVNOs provide a variety of services, such as network management, device management, and billing management. Businesses now find it simpler to deploy and manage IoT software and hardware. The IoT MVNO market in the Asia Pacific region is segmented by Type, Application, End-User. The smart cities segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. This is because smart cities are using IoT technologies to improve the efficiency of their operations and services. IoT MVNOs are playing a key role in the development of smart cities by providing connectivity solutions for IoT devices and applications.

KEY PLAYERS

The major key players in theIoT MVNO Market are KDDI, KORE Wireless, Sierra Wireless,Twilio, Asahi Net, Telit, BICS, Lycamobile, Wireless Logic, Truphone, and other players.

KDDI-Company Financial Analysis

 

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

Semtech Corporation:

In January 2023, Semtech Corporation and Sierra Wireless, Inc. announced the completion of Semtech's acquisition of Sierra Wireless in an all-cash transaction representing a total enterprise value of approximately USD 1.2 billion. This transaction nearly doubles Semtech's annual revenue and adds approximately USD 100 million of high-margin IoT Cloud services recurring revenue.

Truphone:

In January 2023. An updated Internet of Things platform was introduced by global mobile virtual network provider Truphone. The platform provides companies with a safe and dependable way to link their IoT devices.

IoT MVNO Market Report Scope:
Report Attributes Details
Market Size in 2022  US$ 2.6 Bn
Market Size by 2030  US$ 10.1 Bn
CAGR   CAGR of  18.5 % From 2023 to 2030
Base Year 2022
Forecast Period  2023-2030
Historical Data  2020-2021
Report Scope & Coverage Market Size, Segments Analysis, Competitive  Landscape, Regional Analysis, DROC & SWOT Analysis, Forecast Outlook
Key Segments • By Operational Model (Full MVNO, Service Provider MVNO, Reseller MVNO)
• By Subscribers ( Business, Consumer)
• By Enterprise (Small and Medium Enterprises, Large Enterprises)
• By End-use(Agriculture, Manufacturing, Logistics, Retail, Healthcare, Energy Others)
Regional Analysis/Coverage North America (US, Canada, Mexico), Europe (Eastern Europe [Poland, Romania, Hungary, Turkey, Rest of Eastern Europe] Western Europe] Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Rest of Western Europe]). Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Singapore, Australia, Rest of Asia Pacific), Middle East & Africa (Middle East [UAE, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Rest of Middle East], Africa [Nigeria, South Africa, Rest of Africa], Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia Rest of Latin America)
Company Profiles KDDI, KORE Wireless, Sierra Wireless,Twilio, Asahi Net, Telit, BICS, Lycamobile, Wireless Logic, Truphone
Key Drivers • Cost optimization and scalability
• Technological advancements in the IoT sector, such as the increasing adoption of AI technologies, are driving the growth
• Increasing demand for an efficient cellular network
Market Restraints • Increasing security and privacy concerns
• A key restrain of the IoT MVNO market's success is interoperability.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Ans. The Compound Annual Growth rate forIoT MVNO Market over the forecast period is 18.5%.

Ans. USD 10.1Billion is the projected IoT MVNO Market size of the Company by 2030.

Ans. North American segment accounted for the largest IoT MVNO market share during the forecast period. This segment is expected to continue to dominate the market due to the increasing adoption of IoT devices and applications in North America

Ans.Increasing demand for IoT connectivity services, growing adoption of cloud computing technology, emerging opportunities for MVNOs in IoT, rising need for business agility and flexibility, and increasing competition among MVNOs. These trends and dynamics are shaping the future of the IoT MVNO market and creating new opportunities for players in the market

Ans. The IoT MVNO market differs from the traditional MVNO market in terms of market size and growth, operational model, target customers, network infrastructure, and revenue model. These differences reflect the unique requirements of IoT devices and the specialized connectivity solutions needed to support them.

TABLE OF CONTENT

1. Introduction
1.1 Company Definition
1.2 Scope
1.3 Research Assumptions

2. Research Methodology

3. Market Dynamics
3.1 Drivers
3.2 Restraints
3.3 Opportunities
3.4 Challenges

4. Impact Analysis
4.1 Impact of Ukraine- Russia War
4.2 Impact of Recession
4.2.2.1 US
4.2.2.2 Canada
4.2.2.3 Germany
4.2.2.4 France
4.2.2.5 United Kingdom
4.2.2.6 China
4.2.2.7 Japan
4.2.2.8 South Korea
4.2.2.9 Rest of the World

5. Value Chain Analysis

6. Porter’s 5 forces model

7. PEST Analysis

8. IoT MVNO Market Segmentation,by Operational Model
8.1 Full MVNO
8.2 Service Provider MVNO
8.3 Reseller MVNO

9.IoT MVNO Market Segmentation, by Subscribers
9.1 Business
9.2 Consumer

10. IoT MVNO Market Segmentation, by Enterprise
10.1 Small and Medium Enterprises
10.2 Large Enterprises

11.IoT MVNO Market Segmentation, by End-Use
11.1 Agriculture
11.2 Manufacturing
11.3 Logistics, Retail
11.4 ealthcare
11.5 Energy
11.6 Others

12. Regional Analysis
12.1 Introduction
12.2 North America
12.2.1 North America IoT MVNO Market by Country
12.2.2 North America IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.2.3 North America IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.2.4 North America IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.2.5 North America IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.2.6 USA
12.2.6.1 USA IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.2.6.2 USA IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.2.6.3 USA IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.2.6.4 USA IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.2.7 Canada
12.2.7.1 Canada IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.2.7.2 Canada IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.2.7.3 Canada IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.2.7.4 Canada IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.2.8 Mexico
12.2.8.1 Mexico IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.2.8.2 Mexico IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.2.8.3 Mexico IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.2.8.4 Mexico IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3 Europe
12.3.1 Eastern Europe
12.3.1.1 Eastern Europe IoT MVNO Market by Country
12.3.1.2 Eastern Europe IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.1.3 Eastern Europe IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.1.4 Eastern Europe IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.1.5 Eastern Europe IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.1.6 Poland
12.3.1.6.1 Poland IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.1.6.2 Poland IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.1.6.3 Poland IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.1.6.4 Poland IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.1.7 Romania
12.3.1.7.1 Romania IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.1.7.2 Romania IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.1.7.3 Romania IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.1.7.4 Romania IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.1.8 Hungary
12.3.1.8.1 Hungary IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.1.8.2 Hungary IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.1.8.3 Hungary IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.1.8.4 Hungary IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.1.9 Turkey
12.3.1.9.1 Turkey IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.1.9.2 Turkey IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.1.9.3 Turkey IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.1.9.4 Turkey IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.1.10 Rest of Eastern Europe
12.3.1.10.1 Rest of Eastern Europe IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.1.10.2 Rest of Eastern Europe IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.1.10.3 Rest of Eastern Europe IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.1.10.4 Rest of Eastern Europe IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.2 Western Europe
12.3.2.1 Western Europe IoT MVNO Market by Country
12.3.2.2 Western Europe IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.2.3 Western Europe IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.2.4 Western Europe IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.2.5 Western Europe IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.2.6 Germany
12.3.2.6.1 Germany IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.2.6.2 Germany IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.2.6.3 Germany IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.2.6.4 Germany IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.2.7 France
12.3.2.7.1 France IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.2.7.2 France IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.2.7.3 France IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.2.7.4 France IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.2.8 UK
12.3.2.8.1 UK IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.2.8.2 UK IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.2.8.3 UK IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.2.8.4 UK IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.2.9 Italy
12.3.2.9.1 Italy IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.2.9.2 Italy IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.2.9.3 Italy IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.2.9.4 Italy IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.2.10 Spain
12.3.2.10.1 Spain IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.2.10.2 Spain IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.2.10.3 Spain IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.2.10.4 Spain IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.2.11 Netherlands
12.3.2.11.1 Netherlands IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.2.11.2 Netherlands IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.2.11.3 Netherlands IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.2.11.4 Netherlands IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.2.12 Switzerland
12.3.2.12.1 Switzerland IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.2.12.2 Switzerland IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.2.12.3 Switzerland IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.2.12.4 Switzerland IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.2.13 Austria
12.3.2.13.1 Austria IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.2.13.2 Austria IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.2.13.3 Austria IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.2.13.4 Austria IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.3.2.14 Rest of Western Europe
12.3.2.14.1 Rest of Western Europe IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.3.2.14.2 Rest of Western Europe IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.3.2.14.3 Rest of Western Europe IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.3.2.14.4 Rest of Western Europe IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.4 Asia-Pacific
12.4.1 Asia Pacific IoT MVNO Market by Country
12.4.2 Asia Pacific IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.4.3 Asia Pacific IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.4.4 Asia Pacific IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.4.5 Asia Pacific IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.4.6 China
12.4.6.1 China IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.4.6.2 China IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.4.6.3 China IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.4.6.4 China IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.4.7 India
12.4.7.1 India IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.4.7.2 India IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.4.7.3 India IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.4.7.4 India IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.4.8 Japan
12.4.8.1 Japan IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.4.8.2 Japan IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.4.8.3 Japan IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.4.8.4 Japan IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.4.9 South Korea
12.4.9.1 South Korea IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.4.9.2 South Korea IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.4.9.3 South Korea IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.4.9.4 South Korea IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.4.10 Vietnam
12.4.10.1 Vietnam IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.4.10.2 Vietnam IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.4.10.3 Vietnam IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.4.10.4 Vietnam IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.4.11 Singapore
12.4.11.1 Singapore IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.4.11.2 Singapore IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.4.11.3 Singapore IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.4.11.4 Singapore IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.4.12 Australia
12.4.12.1 Australia IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.4.12.2 Australia IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.4.12.3 Australia IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.4.12.4 Australia IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.4.13 Rest of Asia-Pacific
12.4.13.1 Rest of Asia-Pacific IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.4.13.2 Rest of Asia-Pacific APAC IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.4.13.3 Rest of Asia-Pacific IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.4.13.4 Rest of Asia-Pacific IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.5 Middle East & Africa
12.5.1 Middle East
12.5.1.1 Middle East IoT MVNO Market by Country
12.5.1.2 Middle East IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.5.1.3 Middle East IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.5.1.4 Middle East IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.5.1.5 Middle East IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.5.1.6 UAE
12.5.1.6.1 UAE IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.5.1.6.2 UAE IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.5.1.6.3 UAE IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.5.1.6.4 UAE IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.5.1.7 Egypt
12.5.1.7.1 Egypt IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.5.1.7.2 Egypt IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.5.1.7.3 Egypt IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.5.1.7.4 Egypt IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.5.1.8 Saudi Arabia
12.5.1.8.1 Saudi Arabia IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.5.1.8.2 Saudi Arabia IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.5.1.8.3 Saudi Arabia IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.5.1.8.4 Saudi Arabia IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.5.1.9 Qatar
12.5.1.9.1 Qatar IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.5.1.9.2 Qatar IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.5.1.9.3 Qatar IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.5.1.9.4 Qatar IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.5.1.10 Rest of Middle East
12.5.1.10.1 Rest of Middle East IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.5.1.10.2 Rest of Middle East IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.5.1.10.3 Rest of Middle East IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.5.1.10.4 Rest of Middle East IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.5.2. Africa
12.5.2.1 Africa IoT MVNO Market by Country
12.5.2.2 Africa IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.5.2.3 Africa IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.5.2.4 Africa IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.5.2.5 Africa IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.5.2.6 Nigeria
12.5.2.6.1 Nigeria IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.5.2.6.2 Nigeria IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.5.2.6.3 Nigeria IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.5.2.6.4 Nigeria IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.5.2.7 South Africa
12.5.2.7.1 South Africa IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.5.2.7.2 South Africa IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.5.2.7.3 South Africa IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.5.2.7.4 South Africa IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.5.2.8 Rest of Africa
12.5.2.8.1 Rest of Africa IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.5.2.8.2 Rest of Africa IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.5.2.8.3 Rest of Africa IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.5.2.8.4 Rest of Africa IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.6. Latin America
12.6.1 Latin America IoT MVNO Market by Country
12.6.2 Latin America IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.6.3 Latin America IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.6.4 Latin America IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.6.5 Latin America IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.6.6 Brazil
12.6.6.1 Brazil IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.6.6.2 Brazil Africa IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.6.6.3 Brazil IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.6.6.4 Brazil IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.6.7 Argentina
12.6.7.1 Argentina IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.6.7.2 Argentina IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.6.7.3 Argentina IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.6.7.4 Argentina IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.6.8 Colombia
12.6.8.1 Colombia IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.6.8.2 Colombia IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.6.8.3 Colombia IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.6.8.4 Colombia IoT MVNO Market by End-Use
12.6.9 Rest of Latin America
12.6.9.1 Rest of Latin America IoT MVNO Market by Operational Model
12.6.9.2 Rest of Latin America IoT MVNO Market by Subscribers
12.6.9.3 Rest of Latin America IoT MVNO Market by Enterprise
12.6.9.4 Rest of Latin America IoT MVNO Market by End-Use

13 Company profile
13.1 KDDI
13.1.1 Company Overview
13.1.2 Financials
13.1.3Product/Services/Offerings
13.1.4 SWOT Analysis
13.1.5 The SNS View
13.2KORE Wireless
13.2.1 Company Overview
13.2.2 Financials
13.2.3Product/Services/Offerings
13.2.4 SWOT Analysis
13.2.5 The SNS View
13.3 Sierra Wireless
13.3.1 Company Overview
13.3.2 Financials
13.3.3Product/Services/Offerings
13.3.4 SWOT Analysis
13.3.5 The SNS View
13.4Twilio
13.4.1 Company Overview
13.4.2 Financials
13.4.3Product/Services/Offerings
13.4.4 SWOT Analysis
13.4.5 The SNS View
13.5Asahi Net
13.5.1 Company Overview
13.5.2 Financials
13.5.3Product/Services/Offerings
13.5.4 SWOT Analysis
13.5.5 The SNS View
13.6Telit
13.6.1 Company Overview
13.6.2 Financials
13.6.3Product/Services/Offerings
13.6.4 SWOT Analysis
13.6.5 The SNS View
13.7 BICS
13.7.1 Company Overview
13.7.2 Financials
13.7.3Product/Services/Offerings
13.7.4 SWOT Analysis
13.7.5 The SNS View
13.8Lycamobile
13.8.1 Company Overview
13.8.2 Financial
13.8.3Product/Services/Offerings
13.8.4 SWOT Analysis
13.8.5 The SNS View
13.9Wireless Logic
13.9.1 Company Overview
13.9.2 Financials
13.9.3 Product/Service/Offerings
13.9.4 SWOT Analysis
13.9.5 The SNS View
13.10 Truphone
13.10.1 Company Overview
13.10.2 Financials
13.10.3 Product/Service/Offerings
13.10.4 SWOT Analysis
13.10.5 The SNS View

14. Competitive Landscape
14.1 Competitive Benchmarking
14.2 Company Share Analysis
14.3 Recent Developments
14.3.1 Industry News
14.3.2 Company News
14.3.3 Mergers & Acquisitions

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Secondary Research

Step 2: Primary Research

When we talk about primary research, it is a type of study in which the researchers collect relevant data samples directly, rather than relying on previously collected data.  This type of research is focused on gaining content specific facts that can be sued to solve specific problems. Since the collected data is fresh and first hand therefore it makes the study more accurate and genuine.

We at SNS Insider have divided Primary Research into 2 parts.

Part 1 wherein we interview the KOLs of major players as well as the upcoming ones across various geographic regions. This allows us to have their view over the market scenario and acts as an important tool to come closer to the accurate market numbers. As many as 45 paid and unpaid primary interviews are taken from both the demand and supply side of the industry to make sure we land at an accurate judgement and analysis of the market.

This step involves the triangulation of data wherein our team analyses the interview transcripts, online survey responses and observation of on filed participants. The below mentioned chart should give a better understanding of the part 1 of the primary interview.

Primary Research

Part 2: In this part of primary research the data collected via secondary research and the part 1 of the primary research is validated with the interviews from individual consultants and subject matter experts.

Consultants are those set of people who have at least 12 years of experience and expertise within the industry whereas Subject Matter Experts are those with at least 15 years of experience behind their back within the same space. The data with the help of two main processes i.e., FGDs (Focused Group Discussions) and IDs (Individual Discussions). This gives us a 3rd party nonbiased primary view of the market scenario making it a more dependable one while collation of the data pointers.

Step 3: Data Bank Validation

Once all the information is collected via primary and secondary sources, we run that information for data validation. At our intelligence centre our research heads track a lot of information related to the market which includes the quarterly reports, the daily stock prices, and other relevant information. Our data bank server gets updated every fortnight and that is how the information which we collected using our primary and secondary information is revalidated in real time.

Data Bank Validation

Step 4: QA/QC Process

After all the data collection and validation our team does a final level of quality check and quality assurance to get rid of any unwanted or undesired mistakes. This might include but not limited to getting rid of the any typos, duplication of numbers or missing of any important information. The people involved in this process include technical content writers, research heads and graphics people. Once this process is completed the title gets uploader on our platform for our clients to read it.

Step 5: Final QC/QA Process:

This is the last process and comes when the client has ordered the study. In this process a final QA/QC is done before the study is emailed to the client. Since we believe in giving our clients a good experience of our research studies, therefore, to make sure that we do not lack at our end in any way humanly possible we do a final round of quality check and then dispatch the study to the client.

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