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World Telecom Services Market

Dataset+Report - 16/01/2017 World Telecom Services Market

Trends & Analyses, June to December 2016

The World Telecom Services - Markets & Players study includes two deliverables:
1. A report (ppt format) providing readers with the current status of the telecom services market, along with analyses of global trends and growth dynamics by technology and by markets. It also offers an overview of the world's top telcos.

2. A dataset dedicated to service revenues and usages with data and forecasts up to 2020 for 26 countries, 5 regions & world consolidated


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1. Executive Summary
 1.1. Key trends
 1.2. Overview of the global market for telecom services
 1.3. United States, the first national market for telecom servicesAsia/Pacific, the first regional market
 1.4. Germany: number one market in Europe, ahead of the UK – widening the gap with France, in third place
 1.5. Average monthly per capita spending that ranges between €2 and €85
 1.6. Where does the increase in revenues come from?
 1.7. Generalised decline in fixed telephony
 1.8. Growth engine for mobile services
 1.9. Internet services and the pursuit of growth

2. Methodology
 2.1. List of indicators by country
 2.2. Definitions
 2.3. Segmentation of certain services
 2.4. Sources

3. Access
 3.1. Mobile access around the world
 3.2. Biggest national mobile bases
 3.3. Comparison between penetration and growth by national mobile market
 3.4. Confirmed: prepaid plans running out of steam of in Europe
 3.5. The rise of LTE
 3.6. VoLTE deployments and launches around the world are accelerating
 3.7. Main LTE markets
 3.8. The decline of traditional landline calling
 3.9. Development of managed fixed VoIP, an underlying trend
 3.10. Attraction of fixed broadband Internet continues unabated
 3.11. Main national fixed broadband user bases
 3.12. Ultra-fast fixed broadband growing fast in Europe and worldwide

4. Telecom services markets
 4.1. Global telecom services revenue growing at a moderate pace
 4.2. Growth momentum: telecom services vs. GDP
 4.3. Changes in fixed telephony revenues
 4.4. Changes in mobile services revenues
 4.5. Changes in retail ARPU per mobile user
 4.6. Changes in fixed data transmission and Internet revenues
 4.7. Changes in fixed Internet revenues

5. The world’s top telcos
 5.1. The world leaders
 5.2. North American operators
 5.3. European operators
 5.4. Operators in Asian advanced markets
 5.5. Operators from emerging countries
 5.6. Telcos and globalisation
 5.7. National mobile market structure
 5.8. National fixed broadband market structure

1. Executive Summary
 • Total revenues and number of mobile customers by region, in 2016   
 • BRICS turnover and number of mobile customers in 2016   
 • Breakdown of turnover of telecom services in the world, by segment, by region, in 2016  
 • Breakdown of telecom services turnover in the main European countries in 2016  
 • Average per capita spending on telecom services in 2016 
 • Annual growth in global telecom services market, 2011-2020   
 • Contribution to the revenue growth of telecom services in the world, by segment, 2011-2020 
 • Compared decrease in the number of traditional landlines and in the average revenue per customer, 2011-2020   
 • Compared change in the number of mobile customers and in the average revenue per customer, 2011-2020   
 • Compared change in the total number of Internet subscribers and in the average revenue per subscriber, 2011-2020  

3. Access
 • Changes in the number of mobile customers in the world, 2011-2020   
 • Regional distribution of mobile customers in 2016  
 • Ranking of countries by number of mobile customers, 2010, 2015 and 2020 
 • Comparison between penetration and growth by national mobile market in 2016   
 • Change in the prepaid ratio in Europe, 2011-2016   
 • Changes in the mobile user base in Spain, 2011-2016  
 • 2015-2016 VoLTE deployments 
 • Ranking of countries by number of LTE mobile subscribers, mid-2016 
 • Breakdown of mobile customers by country and technology, end 2016   
 • Changes in the number of traditional landlines, 2011-2020  
 • Distribution of traditional landlines, end 2016  
 • Changes in the number of VoIP subscribers in developed markets, 2011-2020
 • VoIP share in fixed broadband Internet subscriptions in developed markets, 2013-2016
 • Changes in the number of fixed HD subscribers, 2011-2020  
 • Distribution of fixed HD subscribers by region, end 2016 
 • Ranking of countries according to the number of fixed broadband internet subscribers, 2010, 2015 and 2020 
 • Comparison between penetration of fixed broadband internet and growth by national market, in 2016 
 • Ranking of European countries by the number of FTTH/B subscribers, end 2015  
 • Ranking of European countries by the number of VDSL subscribers, end 2015   
 • Breakdown of ultra-high speed broadband subscribers for some European countries, end 2015  

4. Telecom services markets   
 • Change in the distribution of telecom services income by source of revenue, 2011-2020
 • Regional breakdown of global telecom services revenue in 2016
 • Compared growth rates of telecom services revenues in the world and global GDP, 2011-2020
 • Compared growth rates of telecom services and PIB revenues, by region, 2011-2020 
 • Changes in fixed telephony revenues by region, 2011-2020
 • Fixed line revenue by region, in 2016  
 • Changes in revenue by fixed line in the world, 2011-2020 
 • Changes in mobile services revenues by region, 2011-2020
 • Breakdown of mobile services revenues between voice and data, 2010 & 2016 
 • Changes in regional mobile ARPU, 2010-2016
 • Some remarkable ARPU levels in 2016   
 • Changes in fixed data transmission and Internet revenues by region, 2011-2020
 • Changes in revenues relating to fixed data transmission in North America and Europe, 2011-2020
 • Changes in fixed internet revenues in North America & Europe, 2011-2020 
 • Some remarkable ARPU levels in 2016

5. The world’s top telcos
 • Top 30 telecom operators based on turnover in 2015
 • Change in the top American telcos’ EBITDA to revenue ratio, 2010-2015 
 • Change in the top American telcos’ investment (CAPEX to revenue) ratio, 2010-2015 
 • Change in the top European telcos’ EBITDA to revenue ratio, 2010-2015 
 • Change in the top European telcos’ investment (CAPEX to revenue) ratio, 2010-2015  
 • Change in the top Asia advanced markets telcos’ EBITDA to revenue ratio, 2010-2015 
 • Change in the top Asia advanced markets telcos’ investment (CAPEX to revenue) ratio, 2010-201 
 • Change in the EBITDA to revenue ratio for the top telcos in emerging economies, 2010-2015 
 • Change in the investment (CAPEX to revenue) ratio for the top telcos in emerging economies, 2010-2015
 • Share of 2015 revenues generated abroad for various operators
 • Evolution of a selection of HHI mobiles, 2010-2015
 • The top three ISPs combined market share, 2010-2015
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Access indicators
 • Number of traditional landlines
 • Total number of mobile customers, number of mobile customers by 3G and LTE technology
 • Number of prepaid and postpaid mobile customers
 • Total number of fixed Internet subscribers by access technology and number of broadband subscribers
 • Number of VoIP subscribers
 • Market share of the leading mobile operators
 • Market share of the leading broadband Internet access providers

Revenue indicators
 • Revenues from fixed telephony
 • Mobile services turnover, mobile voice turnover, mobile data turnover
 • Revenues from fixed Internet services
 • Revenues from data transmission

Socio-economic data
 • Gross Domestic Product (GDP): annual 2010-2015
 • Population

Type of data
 • Historical data 2010-2015
 • Estimates at the end of 2016
 • Forecasts 2017-2020

Geographical coverage

• The global market for telecom services has been divided into five main zones: Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia/Pacific and Africa/Middle East.
• The European Union subdivision (at 28) (EU-28) also appears.
• The countries below are detailed within each zone.
• Regional consolidations take into account all the countries of the zone.

Europe

 • Belgium
 • France
 • Germany
 • Italy
 • Netherlands
 • Poland
 • Russia
 • Spain
 • Sweden
 • Switzerland
 • Turkey
 • United Kingdom

North America
 • Canada
 • USA

Latin America
 • Argentina
 • Brazil
 • Mexico

Asia Pacific
 • Australia
 • China
 • India
 • Indonesia
 • Japan
 • South Korea

Middle East - Africa
 • Nigeria
 • Saudi Arabia
 • South Africa
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