Telecommunications market in Central and Eastern Europe 2011, Development forecasts for 2011-2016 covers current market conditions in the countries of Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine. The telecommunications markets in each country are analysed in separate chapters; available also as separate reports. An additional chapter covers the regional market and offers forecasts for potential growth in the fixed-line and mobile telephony and Internet access segments.
This 4th edition report from PMR captures changing market strategies, including the changes in provider focus from voice service to mobile Internet access and connectivity. The document also details the approaches that companies are using in terms of product offerings, targeting businesses as opposed to consumers and developing new value added products to attract customers, as well as those used to adapt to regulatory cuts instituted recently around the region. Infrastructure within each country is examined as well, with details on possible network upgrade projects on xDSL, LANs, CaTV and FTTH systems and the implications for service and materials providers in terms of revenue-generating opportunities.
Data-rich in nature, this report uses concise graphs and tables to depict market size, value and scope, along with corporate figures on subscriber groups, traffic statistics and levels indicated by major industry classifications, including: ARPU, MoU, churn, SAC, CAPEX and more. It details the markets in each CEE country and reveals the best opportunities for investment as well as the markets segments expected to experience the most growth in future years.
Telecommunications market in Central and Eastern Europe 2011, Development forecasts for 2011-2016 is the definitive source of data and analysis for potential investors, telecoms services providers, strategists and corporate decision makers - any professional with an interest in or questions about this market, which continues to be a popular industry focus for companies both within and outside the region.