Central and Eastern European Telcos — Beyond Telecom in 2018

Central and Eastern European Telcos — Beyond Telecom in 2018

This IDC study analyzes of the financial results of 11 incumbent telecommunications services providers in Central and Eastern Europe, focusing especially on revenues generated from non-core telecommunications services. It examines adjacent market segments that the operators have entered, the reasons for their entering these markets, their successes, and the reasons for pulling out of such endeavors in some cases."After the start of the financial crisis, telecom operators were desperately looking outside their core businesses, trying to find any new revenue streams that looked promising. At first sight, it seems we are now witnessing an opposite trend, as a number of telcos are pulling out of endeavors that have not proven lucrative. A closer look reveals that the market is being consolidated as companies carefully select which offerings will be retained and which will be terminated." — Senior Program Manager Kresimir Alic, Telecoms and Networking, IDC CEMA

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New Market Developments and Dynamics
Non-Telecommunications Services
ICT Services
Energy Services
Other Non-Telecommunications Services
Terminal Equipment Sales
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News on Non-Core Telecommunications Services Published in the Last 12 Months
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