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This report provides a snapshot of the current state of the telecom services market, along with details on global trends, by geographical zone and by country. It explores the growth dynamics in the different market segments, in volume and value up to 2017. It also offers an overview of the main telecom operators by geographical zone: financial and operational data, revenues by segment.
Middle East-Africa, North America, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, Europe - Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Nigeria, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, USA
List of indicators by country
• 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
• Revenues from fixed telephony
• Mobile services turnover, mobile voice turnover, mobile data turnover
• Revenues from fixed Internet services
• Revenues from data transmission
• Annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) 2008-2012
Type of data
• Historical data 2008-2011
• Estimates at the end of 2012
• Forecasts 2013-2017
• 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 of 28 nations (i.e. EU-28) also appears. It replaces the European Union subdivision of 27 (EU-27) starting in July 2013, the month that Croatia joined the Union.
• The countries below are detailed within each zone.
• Regional consolidations take into account all the countries of the zone.
Africa & Middle East
The telecom sector is divided into four main activities:
•Fixed telephony covers network services operation and basic fixed services (installation costs, subscriptions and communications) and fixed PI telephony services: turnover includes all minor revenue.
•Mobile services cover the operation of radiocommunications networks (radio-telephony and radio-paging): turnover includes minor revenue excluding sale of equipment and interconnection. Mobile broadband turnover forms part of this category.
•Data transmission and Internet services.
The counting method is as follows:
•Traditional landlines are counted in equivalent to channels (PSTN / ISDN PRA or BRA).
•Mobile customers correspond to the number of SIM cards in circulation.
•VoIP subscribers correspond to the number of subscribers using voice on IP technology on an Internet access network with a speed above 128 kbps and of which the quality is controlled by the operator.
The market share calculation method is as follows:
•The mobile market share measures the importance of the mobile operator in a given national market. They are calculated from the actors' published data. They take MVNOs into account (except for the United States).
•The fixed broadband market share measures the importance of the high speed Internet access provider in a given national market. They are calculated from the operators' published data (number of fixed broadband subscribers).
The term "developed countries" designates countries from the following list: Canada, United States, the 28 countries of the European Union, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan. By default, the countries not part of this list are deemed to be in the "developing countries" category.
Segmentation of certain services
For the major countries
We distinguish two types of mobile services:
•Voice services refer to telephone communications.
•Mobile data services bring together mobile messaging services (text, multimedia), data and content access as well as generated traffic as charged by the mobile operator.
We account separately for:
•Data transmission services which bring together the operation of networks dedicated to data transmission based on the Frame Relay, X.25, ATM and MAN networks, IP VPN services and leased lines.
•Fixed Internet services which cover narrowband Internet access services (dial-up) and broadband or even ultra-fast broadband (DSL, cable modem, FTTx…).
Historical data is compiled from the following information sources:
•publications of national regulatory authorities, ministries and national statistical organisations
•operators' financial reports
These sources have been compared and supplemented whenever necessary by estimates based on our expertise. We have been able to make revisions to the figures compared to previous editions (new information available, correction of errors, scope adjustments from one country to another).
Our forecasts are based on assumptions relating to anticipated change in the penetration rates for different access modes (percentage of population) in different markets and to changes in average revenue per user.
The assumptions formulated depend on several factors:
•current level of development of the market
•potential of the market seen through the general level of economic development
•national industrial context and policy followed in the development of ICTs
•changing consumer use practices.
Concerning monetary and GDP data:
•Market data by country is presented in national currency and converted into euros (EUR) and U.S. dollars (USD). Conversion rates (average exchange rate in 2011 according to the International Monetary Fund or IMF) are specified in the tab labelled "exchange rates" and applied to the entire period.
•The past histories of national GDPs derived from the publication "World Economic Outlook of the IMF" are presented in national currency (current prices) and converted into USD.
Executive Summary 5
• Key trends
• Overview of the global market for telecom services
• United States, the first national market for telecom services, Asia/Pacific, the first regional market
• BRIC - growth engine
• Germany is the first market in the EU - France and the UK are at par
• A hierarchy turned on its head by average per capita spending
• Where does the increase in revenues come from?
• Overall decline in fixed telephony
• Growth engine for mobile services
• Internet services and the pursuit of growth
• Domination of the means of mobile Access in the world
• Main national mobile user bases
• Comparison between penetration and growth by national mobile market
• It is confirmed that prepayment is running out of steam of in Europe
• Rapid expansion of LTE in developed markets
• Main LTE markets
• Structural decline in traditional fixed telephony
• Development of managed fixed VoIP, an underlying trend
• Attraction of fixed broadband Internet continues unabated
• Main national fixed broadband user bases
• Rapid growth of ultra-fast fixed broadband
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• Global revenues of telecom services are growing at a moderate rate
• Compared dynamic of the telecom services market and the overall economy
• Changes in fixed telephony revenues
• Changes in mobile services revenues
• Changes in retail ARPU per mobile user
• Changes in fixed data transmission and Internet revenues
• Changes in fixed Internet revenues
• IDATE's viewpoint on... the evolution of fixed telephony revenues
• IDATE's viewpoint on... the evolution of mobile services revenues
• IDATE's viewpoint on… the evolution of data transmission and fixed Internet revenues
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• Major telecom operators
• World leaders
• North American operators
• European operators
• Asian operators
• Operators of emerging countries
• Internationalisation of telecom operators
• Industrial structure of the national mobile markets
• Industrial structure of fixed national HD Internet markets
Figures & Tables
• Contribution of regions to turnover and number of mobile customers in 2012
• Contribution of emerging markets to turnover and number of mobile customers in 2012
• Breakdown of turnover of telecom services in the world in 2012
• Breakdown of turnover of telecom services in the world, developing/developed/BRIC countries in 2012
• Breakdown of telecom services turnover in the main European countries in 2012
• Average per capita spend in 2012
• Annual growth in global telecom services market, 2008-2014
• Contribution to the revenue growth of telecom services in the world, by segment, 2008-2014
• Decline compared to the number of traditional landlines and to average revenue per line (EUR/month), 2008-2017
• Compared change in the number of traditional landlines and of average revenue per customer (EUR/month), 2008-2017
• Compared changes in the total number of internet subscribers and of average revenue per subscriber, 2008-2017
• Changes in the number of mobile customers in the world, 2008-2014
•Distribution of the number of mobile customers by region in 2012
•Ranking of countries by number of mobile customers, 2009, 2012, 2014
•Change in the prepaid ratio (prepaid customers/total mobile customers) in Europe, 2008-2012
•Changes in the mobile user base in Spain, 2008-2012
•Elements of the LTE equation
•Ranking of countries by number of LTE mobile subscribers and proportion of the total LTE user base, end 2012
•Breakdown of mobile customers by country and technology, end 2012
•Changes in the number of traditional landlines, 2008-2014
•Distribution of traditional landlines by region, end 2012
•Changes in the number of VoIP subscribers in developed markets, 2008-2014
•VoIP share in fixed broadband Internet subscriptions in developed markets, 2008-2012
•Changes in the number of fixed HD subscribers, 2008-2014
•Distribution of fixed HD subscribers by region, end 2012
•Ranking of countries according to the number of fixed broadband internet subscribers, 2009, 2012, 2014
•Comparison between penetration and growth by national market
•Ranking of European countries by the number of ultra-fast broadband subscribers, end 2012
•Ranking of European countries by the number of FTTH/B subscribers, end 2012
•Breakdown of broadband and ultra-fast broadband subscribers for some European countries, end 2012
Markets for telecom services
• Changes in the distribution of telecom services income by source of revenue, 2009-2014
• Distribution of telecom services income in the world by geographic zone in 2012
• Compared growth rates of telecom services revenues in the world and global GDP, 2008-2014
• Compared growth rates of telecom services and PIB revenues, by region, 2008-2014
• Changes in fixed telephony revenues by region, 2009-2014
• Fixed line revenue by region in 2012
• Changes in revenue by fixed line in the world, 2008-2014
• Changes in mobile services revenues by region, 2009-2014
• Breakdown of mobile services revenues between voice and data, 2008 & 2012
• Changes in ARPU per mobile user by region, 2008-2012
• Some remarkable retail mobile ARPU levels in 2012
• Changes in fixed data transmission and Internet revenues by region, 2008-2012
• Changes in revenues relating to fixed data transmission in North America and Europe, 2008-2012
• Changes in fixed internet services revenues in North America and Europe, 2009-2014
• Some remarkable fixed Internet ARPU levels in 2012
• Fixed telephony revenue forecasts by region, 2012-2017
• Fixed line forecasts, 2012-2017
• Fixed telephony revenue forecasts by region, 2012-2017
• Forecast changes in the number of mobile customers, 2012-2017
• Data transmission and Internet revenue forecasts, 2012-2017
• Fixed broadband Internet subscriber forecasts, 2012-2017
Major telecom operators
• Telco ranking according to turnover in 2012
• Change in the top US telcos' EBITDA to turnover ratio, 2008-2012
• Change in the top US telcos' CapEx to turnover ratio, 2008-2012
• Change in the top European telcos' EBITDA to turnover ratio, 2008-2012
• Change in the top European telcos' CapEx to turnover ratio, 2008-2012
• Change in the top Asian telcos' EBITDA to turnover ratio, 2008-2012
• Change in the top Asian telcos' CapEx to turnover ratio, 2008-2012
• Change in the top emerging countries' telcos' EBITDA to turnover ratio, 2008-2012
• Change in the top emerging countries' telcos' CapEx to turnover ratio, 2008-2012
• Share of 2011 revenues realised internationally for some operators
• Presence of Vodafone in the world
• Evolution of a selection of HHI* mobiles
• Combined market share of the top three broadband ISPs, 2008-2012
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