Europe Telecommunications Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Europe Telecommunications Report

Europe Telecommunications Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Europe Telecommunications Report
Published Sep 10, 2016
45 pages — Published Sep 10, 2016
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We do not expect much organic growth in the European mobile market. Finishing ---- with -.---bn subscribers and a penetration rate of ---.- , this will only increase to -.---bn and ---.- by ----.There is a downside risk to the limited growth we forecast, as many of the emerging markets in the region, still prepaid-heavy, could see the removal of inactive subscriptions, leading to a decline in some countries. ...We do not expect much organic growth in the European mobile market. Finishing ---- with -.---bn subscribers and a penetration rate of ---.- , this will only increase to -.---bn and ---.- by ----.There is a downside risk to the limited growth we forecast, as many of the emerging markets in the region, still prepaid-heavy, could see the removal of inactive subscriptions, leading to a decline in some countries. ...As the opportunities for organic growth will be very small, operators will be looking to improve loyalty and certainty amongst their customer bases, with a plan to upsell better services and improve profitability. In the more advanced markets this will include a connected strategy, involving the Internet of Things (IoT) through smart homes and smart cars, but the drivers remain in migrating users to more advanced services to increase revenues across the entire region.

...We expect the fixed voice market to drop from ---.-mn to ---.-mn between ---- and ----, for a penetration rate of -- The main driver behind that change is fixed-mobile substitution, as the better quality, greater flexibility and lower prices of mobile win out. Some of the more advanced markets, the ones where quad-play is most in demand, have seen a stabilisation of their fixed voice subscriptions, as bundling means fixed voice comes at no cost as part of the overall plan. ...We expect the fixed voice market to drop from ---.-mn to ---.-mn between ---- and ----, for a penetration rate of -- The main driver behind that change is fixed-mobile substitution, as the better quality, greater flexibility and lower prices of mobile win out. Some of the more advanced markets, the ones where quad-play is most in demand, have seen a stabilisation of their fixed voice subscriptions, as bundling means fixed voice comes at no cost as part of the overall plan. However, we do not think this will be enough to offset the overall declining trend in the market. ...But as the main driver is the demand for bandwidth-heavy services, such as online streaming and video, the roll-out of more advanced networks, such as vectoring, fibre and DOCSIS -.- will be essential. Data from the European Commission, dating from July ----, reports that within the

...BMI View:The European telecoms market is almost saturated, with many users already equipped with basic services. While there exist discrepancies between the larger developed markets of Western Europe and emerging nations in Central and Eastern Europe, operators will switch from a widening to a deepening strategy over the next five years. This means migrating customers onto more advanced services, such as post-paid, convergence, LTE and next-generation broadband, hoping to upsell them more products as part of a wider connected strategy, and increase revenue per user and/or per account. Fixed voice connections will drop to ---.-mn by ----, as the relative stabilisation seen in some markets through convergence will not offset the drive towards mobile substitution There will be -.--bn mobile subscriptions in Europe in ----, but growth will remain limited. The biggest driver will be -/-G, which will represent --.- of the market with ---.-mn users The biggest growth will be in the broadband market, which will grow to ---.-mn by ----. ...

  
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