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  • Telecommunications market in Central and Eastern Europe 2009 Development forecasts for 2010-2015 Publication date: December 2009 Language: English
  • www.ceeitandtelecom.com Word from Author: Telecommunications markets in Central and Eastern European countries matured and evolved in quick links recent years. Key trends visible in Western Europe, e.g. fixed-to-mobile substitution, development of mobile broadband or bundled services growing popularity, can also be observed in the CEE region. The crucial problem is now infrastructure investments, which would allow for broadband internet capacity comparable to that of Western European leaders (CEE countries lag behind the most here). Financial crisis, though having relatively lighter impact on the telecoms branch, forced operators to significantly reduce or freeze expenditures on network deployment and upgrade. Still, first signs of macroeconomic recovery have already been visible and operators must decide now how their investment budgets will look like, what direction the telecoms market will go to and what services would grant them the highest margins in the coming years. In other words, a new post-crisis strategy must be ready as soon as possible. Pawel Olszynka, Head of IT & Telecoms Analyst See the table of contents See the list of graphs and tables 2 Contact us for more information See other reports See how to order
  • www.ceeitandtelecom.com Report Description: Telecommunications market in Central and Eastern Europe 2009 provides a study analysis of the eight quick links telecommunications markets in the Central and Eastern Europe region, including Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia and Ukraine. This 250-page report comprises eight country chapters and concludes with an executive summary delivering a benchmark analysis of the telecommunications sector in Central and Eastern Europe. Each country is characterised by the value and market share of telecommunications services rendered from fixed- line telephony, mobile telephony, data transmission and internet services. The report analyses key market trends and events influencing recent changes in the market in each country, including mergers and acquisitions, legal and regulatory amendments, new market entrants and forecast value for each of the telecommunications segments. The report concludes with an executive summary providing a comparative analysis and market data, with trends and forecasts for the whole of the Central and Eastern Europe region, highlighting the eight countries within the study. See the table of contents See the list of graphs and tables Contact us for more information See other reports See how to order 3
  • www.ceeitandtelecom.com If you are looking for: „ overview and analysis of the telecommunications sector in Central and Eastern Europe quick links „ country analysis of the telecommunications market in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia and Ukraine „ market share and value of telecommunication market in CEE countries and individual segments (fixed-line telephony, mobile telephony, internet access and data transmission) „ user penetration rates of individual telecommunications segments „ market trends and forecasts for 2009-2013 as well as long term predictions for 2014-2015 „ telecommunications services sector specific analysis …this is the report for you! See the table of contents See the list of graphs and tables 4 Contact us for more information See other reports See how to order
  • www.ceeitandtelecom.com Who should read this report The report is an indispensable source of market analysis and industry data for keeping up to date with the latest market trends and developments. It is an essential read for: quick links „ Operators and new market entrants interested in the telecommunications markets in Central and Eastern Europe „ Senior executives in consulting and research firms, trade and industry organisations, government institutions and investment funds, monitoring the CEE telecommunications markets „ Market analysts and industry consultants involved in the telecom sector in the CEE region See the table of contents See the list of graphs and tables Contact us for more information See other reports See how to order 5
  • www.ceeitandtelecom.com Excerpts from the report: quick links Telecommunications market in Central and Eastern Europe 2009 – Development forecasts for 2010-2015 Telecommunications market in Central and Eastern Europe 2009 – Development forecasts for 2010-2015 Telecommunications market in Central and Eastern Europe 2009 – Development forecasts for 2010-2015 Number of lines (m) and fixed-line telephony penetration rate (%) Major players on the mobile market The actual number of internet users in Russia varies in the assessments of different in the Czech Republic, 2002-2008 agencies due to different methodologies used. The biggest number is given by the Russian CEE082 Ministry of Telecommunications which reported 47 million internet users in Russia at the end of 2008. Other state agencies and research institutions give the much smaller figure of 35- 3.61 3.69 3.53 Share of mobile operators in the mobile telephony market 3.21 40m users for the end of 2008; however, all of them reported sharp market growth during in Poland by number of SIM cards, 2008 2.80 2.41 2008 which was higher in comparison with previous years. CEE180 2.14 P4 MVNOs 35.4% 36.2% 34.6% 31.3% 4.6% 0.7% Removing from the count occasional users which access the internet less often than once per three months, a total realistic number of internet users in Russia at the end of 2008 27.3% 23.2% 20.5% approached 37m and an increase of 20.4% in comparison with 2007. During the first three PTK Centertel months of 2009 the number of Internet users increased by 8.1% in comparison with the end of 32.3% 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 PTC 2008 and reached 39.8m, which is higher than expected considering the seasonable decline 29.5% Number of lines Penetration rate of the new connections at the beginning of the year. Source: CSU, CTU, ITU, PMR Publications, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com We estimate that the total number of broadband internet subscribers in Russia, including both corporate and individual segment, amounted to some 9.35 million in 2008, which was Share of residential and business segment in the total number of 50.9% up year-on-year. Although the market dynamics declined it has remained at a very high fixed-lines in the Czech Republic*, 2002-2008 Polkomtel level. 33.0% CEE083 Source: PMR Publications, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com Daily, weekly and monthly measurement of internet users 31% 34% 38% 34% 34% 32% 29% in Russia (m), 2002-2008 CEE297 37.4 34.8 31.9 29.7 69% 66% 62% 66% 66% 68% 71% Share of mobile operators in the mobile telephony market 27.5 in Poland by revenues, 2008 23.9 22.5 21.5 20.1 19.2 18.4 CEE181 15.1 14.2 13.1 P4 MVNOs 11.6 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 10.3 10.1 3.2% 0.12% 8.2 8.0 7.7 5.5 5.2 3.8 Residential Business 2.8 PTC 30.6% Source: CSU, CTU, ITU, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com Polkomtel 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Q1 2009 32.7% Daily Weekly Monthly Fixed-line telephony penetration (%) in households in the Czech Republic, 2002-2008 Source: FOM, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com CEE084 64% 60% 59% 56% 48% PTK Centertel Number ('000) and growth rate (%) of broadband internet subscribers 39% 33.3% in Russia*, 2002-2008 30% CEE298 Source: PMR Publications, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com 362.1% 9,350 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 6,195 166.4% 125.5% 124.2% 3,770 Source: CTU, Eurostat, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com 64.3% 1,805 50.9% 357 805 134 108.9% 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Number of subscribers Growth rate * Individual and corporate subscribers were included. Source: PMR Publications, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com www.pmrpublications.com 85 www.pmrpublications.com 137 www.pmrpublications.com 213 See the table of contents See the list of graphs and tables 6 Contact us for more information See other reports See how to order
  • www.ceeitandtelecom.com PMR MarketInsight Methodology: This report was prepared using PMR MarketInsight methodology developed by PMR which assists in the complex preparation of industry reports. It defines the ways in which data should be collected for such reports and outlines the quick links methods to be used in analysing the information collected in order to obtain a true picture of the market in question. It also contains special procedures to follow in the case of incomplete market. PMR MarketInsight precisely defines report content and structure. Industry reports prepared using PMR MarketInsight are based on information from a variety of available statistical, industry, general and official sources as well as information from PMR’s own database and primary research independently carried out by PMR. The sources we use are individually tailored to each project. PMR Selected clients: ratiopharm ratiopharm See the table of contents See the list of graphs and tables Contact us for more information See other reports See how to order 7
  • 151209 About PMR: PMR www.pmrcorporate.com a British-American company providing market information, advice and services to international businesses interested in Central and Eastern European countries as well as other emerging markets. PMR key areas of operation include business publications (through PMR Publications), consultancy (through PMR Consulting) and market research (through PMR Research). PMR Publications www.pmrpublications.com provides reliable market intelligence for business professionals interested in Central and Eastern European countries as well as other emerging markets. Publications by PMR analyse the business climate in the region, in particular in the construction, retail, IT, telecommunications and pharmaceutical sectors. The offer includes both free and paid reports, newsletters, online news services. PMR Research www.research-pmr.com offers a full array of qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, providing services such as customer satisfaction studies, brand awareness and brand image research, distribution and competition studies, segmentation analyses, fieldwork, online surveys and customised analyses of selected branches of the economy. PMR Consulting www.pmrconsulting.com provides a wide range of services, including market entry feasibility studies, sourcing, CI (competitive intelligence), strategic advisory, FDI assistance (M&A and greenfield projects), quick consulting as well as any other services and support a company might require to enter a market, find a business partner or gain reliable information. Questions about ordering? Contact our sales department: PMR Ltd. Sp. z o.o., ul. Supniewskiego 9, 31-527 Krakow, Poland tel. /48/ 12 618 90 30 fax /48/ 12 618 90 08 e-mail: moreinfo@pmrcorporate.com www.pmrpublications.com See other reports See how to order
  • Telecommunications market in Central and Eastern Europe 2009 – Development forecasts for 2010-2015 Number of lines (m) and fixed-line telephony penetration rate (%) in the Czech Republic, 2002-2008 CEE082 3.61 3.69 3.53 3.21 2.80 2.41 2.14 35.4% 36.2% 34.6% 31.3% 27.3% 23.2% 20.5% 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Number of lines Penetration rate Source: CSU, CTU, ITU, PMR Publications, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com Share of residential and business segment in the total number of fixed-lines in the Czech Republic*, 2002-2008 CEE083 31% 34% 38% 34% 34% 32% 29% 69% 66% 62% 66% 66% 68% 71% 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Residential Business Source: CSU, CTU, ITU, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com Fixed-line telephony penetration (%) in households in the Czech Republic, 2002-2008 CEE084 64% 60% 59% 56% 48% 39% 30% 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Source: CTU, Eurostat, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com www.pmrpublications.com 85
  • Telecommunications market in Central and Eastern Europe 2009 – Development forecasts for 2010-2015 Major players on the mobile market Share of mobile operators in the mobile telephony market in Poland by number of SIM cards, 2008 CEE180 P4 MVNOs 4.6% 0.7% PTK Centertel 32.3% PTC 29.5% Polkomtel 33.0% Source: PMR Publications, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com Share of mobile operators in the mobile telephony market in Poland by revenues, 2008 CEE181 P4 MVNOs 3.2% 0.12% PTC 30.6% Polkomtel 32.7% PTK Centertel 33.3% Source: PMR Publications, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com www.pmrpublications.com 137
  • Telecommunications market in Central and Eastern Europe 2009 – Development forecasts for 2010-2015 The actual number of internet users in Russia varies in the assessments of different agencies due to different methodologies used. The biggest number is given by the Russian Ministry of Telecommunications which reported 47 million internet users in Russia at the end of 2008. Other state agencies and research institutions give the much smaller figure of 35- 40m users for the end of 2008; however, all of them reported sharp market growth during 2008 which was higher in comparison with previous years. Removing from the count occasional users which access the internet less often than once per three months, a total realistic number of internet users in Russia at the end of 2008 approached 37m and an increase of 20.4% in comparison with 2007. During the first three months of 2009 the number of Internet users increased by 8.1% in comparison with the end of 2008 and reached 39.8m, which is higher than expected considering the seasonable decline of the new connections at the beginning of the year. We estimate that the total number of broadband internet subscribers in Russia, including both corporate and individual segment, amounted to some 9.35 million in 2008, which was 50.9% up year-on-year. Although the market dynamics declined it has remained at a very high level. Daily, weekly and monthly measurement of internet users in Russia (m), 2002-2008 CEE297 37.4 34.8 31.9 29.7 27.5 23.9 22.5 21.5 20.1 19.2 18.4 15.1 14.2 13.1 11.6 10.3 10.1 8.2 8.0 7.7 5.5 5.2 3.8 2.8 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Q1 2009 Daily Weekly Monthly Source: FOM, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com Number ('000) and growth rate (%) of broadband internet subscribers in Russia*, 2002-2008 CEE298 362.1% 9,350 6,195 166.4% 125.5% 124.2% 3,770 64.3% 50.9% 1,805 357 805 134 108.9% 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Number of subscribers Growth rate * Individual and corporate subscribers were included. Source: PMR Publications, 2009 www.pmrpublications.com www.pmrpublications.com 213
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