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  1. Poland: LTE Network Expansion, National Broadband Rollout and Convergent Services Will Drive Dynamism in the Market

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Jun-2016
    , Product code: TC0427MR
    The telecommunications market in Poland will generate revenue of $7.3bn (Zl 29.6bn) in 2016. CAGR in local currency will be -0.5%. Market revenue in local currency is expected to stabilize from 2018 onward, driven by operators’ focus on expansion of 3G, 4G and fiber networks. Mobile data revenue will grow at a CAGR of 4.4% in local currency to reach Zl 8.5bn ($2.5bn) in 2021, with contribution to overall ARPS increasing from 35.2% in 2016 to 46.3% in 2021. Fixed VoIP will witness strong growth over 2016-2021 (CAGR of 6.7%), while fixed broadband and pay-TV will register CAGRs of 2.4% and 4.8%, respectively, in LCU. Going forward, operators should seize opportunities in mobile data, fixed-mobile convergence services and the enterprise segment, while vendors should position themselves to support operators’ network expansion and carrier aggregation plans in smart devices to address the demand of high data traffic.
    $990.00

  2. Indonesia: Government Initiatives and Operator Investment to Drive Fixed and Mobile Data Growth

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Feb-2016
    , Product code: TC0435MR
    The telecommunications market in Indonesia will generated revenue of $10.9bn in 2015. The telecom services revenue will grow at a CAGR of 1.3% over the 2015-2020 period, drive by growth in mobile data, fixed VoIP, fixed broadband and pay-TV. Mobile data, which will continue to be the largest revenue-contributing segment over 2015-2020, will grow at a CAGR of 5%, while fixed VoIP, fixed broadband and pay-TV will register a CAGR of 9.5%, 3.5% and 9.9%, respectively. We expect mobile subscriptions in Indonesia to grow at a CAGR of 1.5% over 2015-2020. Going forward, operators should seize opportunities in mobile data, fixed broadband and pay-TV segments, while vendors should position themselves to offer technology-compatible smartphones and network devices.
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  3. Malaysia: Government Initiatives and Operator Investment to Drive Fixed and Mobile Broadband Growth

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Dec-2015
    , Product code: TC0377MR
    Malaysia is the eighth-largest telecom market in the APAC region and is estimated to generate telecom service revenue of $13.9bn by 2020. Mobile data will contribute nearly 39.5% of the total revenues, due to increased adoption of OTT and other mobile entertainment apps. Operator investments in LTE expansion and network modernization will be the major catalyst for the growth of mobile data services in Malaysia. MNOs will focus on high-end data customers to drive postpaid segment revenue. Moreover, operators will focus on differentiated VAS offerings, such as direct operator billing platforms, cloud storage and music streaming apps to capture market share. Further, triple-play offerings will help operators to attract more subscriptions in the coming years. Pay-TV operators will focus on extending their content libraries and adding value-added services, such as on-demand video and connected PVRs to drive the pay-TV subscriptions. The entry of iflix will enhance the competition in the pay-TV market.
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  4. Philippines: Operator Partnerships and National Broadband Initiatives Drive Telecom Digital Transformation

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Dec-2015
    , Product code: TC0381MR
    In 2015, the Philippines will be a relatively small telecom services market in the Asia-Pacific region, with estimated revenue of US$7.8bn or 2.6% of GDP, almost the same as the previous year. Mobile voice services will be the most important growth driver, generating $260m more revenue in 2015 than in 2014. Operators’ focus on offering more digital services, improving network capacity and reliability, and migration of customers from 2G to 3G will be the major growth driver for mobile data services in Philippines. The top operator, PLDT, will alone account for 53% of overall service revenue in 2015, with Globe Telecom taking 31% of the entire market. Both operators are continuously strengthening their positions by increasing network capacity and partnering with international Internet companies, which make it hard for new entrants to gain a significant portion of the market. Adoption of 3G technologies is at 43.7% of the mobile subscription base, slightly lower than 2G subscription; however, we project 3G subscriptions to grow rapidly and account for the majority of the market by 2016 and mostly replace 2G by 2020. 4G subscriptions will grow steadily to reach 25.5m by year-end 2020, 17% of total mobile subscriptions in the Philippines.
    $990.00

  5. Australia: National Broadband Network to Boost Adoption Levels to Match Regional Peers

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Jun-2014
    , Product code: TC0243MR
    ‘Australia: National Broadband Network to Boost Adoption Levels to Match Regional Peers,’ a new Country Intelligence Report by Pyramid Research, offers a precise, incisive profile of Australia’s mobile and fixed telecommunications and pay-TV markets based on comprehensive proprietary data and insights from our research in the Australian market. Published annually, this presentation-quality, executive-level report provides detailed analysis of the near-term opportunities, competitive dynamics and evolution of demand by service type and technology/platform across the fixed telephony and broadband, mobile and pay-TV sectors, in addition to a review of key regulatory trends.
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  6. Algeria: Government Nationalizing Djezzy, Broadband Revenue to Soar as 3G About to Be Introduced

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Jun-2013
    , Product code: TC0007MR-
    The Algerian communications market, which generated revenue of US$4.9bn in 2012, is growing at a 2.9% CAGR. The government is about to acquire VimpelCom’s 51% stake in Djezzy and should dominate both the fixed and mobile segments by the end of 2013. With the introduction of 3G and regulatory reforms, the market is nevertheless set to become more competitive.
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