Average Monthly Fixed Internet Price Drops 13% to 58%
IFT press release
This is a machine translation of the original version published in Spanish
Aug 29, 2002
The Swiss Federal Institute for Telecommunications (IFT) publishes the Report on the Evolution of Plans and Rates for Fixed Telecommunications Services 2020-2022 (Report) to present an analysis of the evolution of the offer of tariffs and tariffs of the concessionaires together They represent more than 80% market share and, through their names and/or trademarks, offered plans and tariffs for fixed-line Internet, fixed-line telephony and pay-TV services in their various contractual modalities.
This report identifies the evolution of the offer that each of the concessionaires makes available to users in terms of monthly rental and the included service basket (download speed, national calls, calls/minutes to mobile networks, calls/minutes to international long distance calls (LDI) and number of channels) for the periods encompassing the first quarter of 2020 and the first quarter of 2022.
Key findings of the report include:
Fixed Internet – single game
- An increase in the number of merchants offering the service was noted, from three in 2020 (Blue Telecomm, On Internet and Telmex-Telnor) to four in 2022 (the three mentioned and Wizz were added).
- In 2022, nominal reductions in the average monthly rent are observed for the ranges from 21 to 50 Mbit/s (59 pesos less than in 2020) and for those from 51 to 200 Mbit/s (42 pesos less than in 2020).
- Deductions can be observed in the average monthly rents, depending on the download speed range, between 13% (range over 200 Mbit/s) and up to 58% (range under 10 Mbit/s).
- Download speed plans of 10 to 20 Mbps continue to account for the highest share.
Pay TV – single game
- The number of concessionaires offering the service has been identified and has decreased from 6 in 2020 (Dish, Izzi, Sky, Star TV, Wizz and Wizzplus) to 3 in 2022 (Dish, Sky and Wizz).
- Compared to 2020, a 14 and 260 pesos lower average monthly nominal income is observed in 2022 for the ranges of 51 to 100 channels and more than 100 channels.
- In real terms, average monthly rents for coverage of up to 50 channels (2%) and from 51 to 100 channels (1%) fell in 2022 compared to 2020.
- The share of tariffs with up to 50 channels increased from 4% in 2020 to 8% in 2022.
Internet and landline – double play
- This service was offered by eight concessionaires in both years: in 2020 by Axtel, Blue Telecomm, Izzi, Megacable, Telmex-Telnor, Total Play, Wizz and Wizz Plus and in 2022 by Blue Telecomm, Izzi, On Internet, Megacable, Telmex-Telnor, Total Play, Wizz and Wizzplus.
- Regarding 2020, for 2022 the download speed ranges from 10 to 20 Mbit/s, from 21 to 50 Mbit/s and from 51 to 200 Mbit/s, an average nominal monthly rent is observed increasing by 15, 4 and .75 pesos is lower.
- In 2020 and 2022, a higher proportion of tariffs will remain in the download speed range of 51 to 200 Mbit/s. In 2022, however, that share increased from 28% in 2020 to 33% in 2022.
Fixed line internet and Pay TV – Double Play
- This service was offered by 3 concessionaires: in 2020 by Blue Telecomm, Sky and Wizz and in 2022 by Blue Telecomm, On Internet and Sky.
- In contrast to the observations in 2020, in 2022 a 25 and 41 pesos higher average monthly nominal income is observed for the download speed ranges of less than 10 Mbit/s and 10 of 20 Mbit/s.
- From 2020 to 2022, the share of tariffs with less than 10 Mbit/s increased from 47% to 50%.
- Compared to 2020, the proportion of plans that include 51 to 100 channels increased from 87% to 100% in 2022.
Fixed-line internet, fixed-line telephony and pay TV – triple play
- The number of concessionaires offering the service has been reduced from 6 in 2020 to 5 in 2022: Axtel, Izzi, Megacable, Total Play, Wizz and Wizzplus in 2020 and in 2022 Izzi, Megacable, Total Play, Wizz and Wizzplus.
- In contrast to the observations in 2020, the download speeds for 2022 range from 10 to 20 Mbit / s, 21 to 50 Mbit / s and from 51 to 200 Mbit / s, the average nominal monthly rent has increased by 26, 46 and 348 pesos lower registered.
- The proportion of plans that include more than 100 channels increased from 57% in 2020 to 60% in 2022.
- From 2020 to 2022, the proportion of 51-200 Mbps plans increased from 35% to 49%.
The purpose of the report is to show an analysis of the evolution of tariffs and tariffs of fixed internet services, fixed telephony and pay TV in the different contract modalities.
Likewise, it is important to note that this report does not differentiate between plans by technology type: fixed internet (coax, DSL, fiber, satellite, or terrestrial fixed wireless); Pay TV (Cable, Direct to Home (DTH), Terrestrial or Satellite IPTV).
For the benefit and savings of users, the IFT has tools such as “I know my consumption” that allow the user to enter their consumption profile and find the plans that adapt to their needs and budget. It also makes available the “Comparator of Telecommunications Services” which allows to know and compare in a simple and detailed way the characteristics of the mobile and fixed service plans available in the country, in their different contractual modalities.
The data included in the report are for informational purposes only and can be consulted at the following link: https://www.ift.org.mx/usuarios-y-audiencias/reporte-de-evolucion-de-planes-y-tarifas-of -fixed-telecommunications-services-2020-2022
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