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Reduce Enterprise IT Spending by Leveraging U.S. Cellular Data Price Decreases

Published: 25 June 2014

ID: G00264174

Analyst(s): Bill Menezes

Summary

The most competitive post-discount cellular data service prices for U.S.-based large enterprise customers have declined by more than 50% since 2012. IT and telecom procurement managers can cut monthly mobile data spending by following these tips for leveraging current and future drops in prices.

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Analysis

  • Since 2012, Best Negotiated Prices Have Declined by Up to 50%
  • Use Our Predictions About Domestic Cellular Data Prices as a Target in Price Negotiations With Service Providers
  • Use Effective Sourcing and Contracting Strategies to Attain the Best Prices
  • Appendix 1: Mobile Spending Growth Drivers

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