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Research and Markets: Poland Mobile and Fixed Telecommunications and Pay-TV markets 2014: LTE and Fiber Rollouts to Turn Telecom Market Around, M&A to Continue

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/949tfm/poland_lte_and) has announced the addition of the "Poland: LTE and Fiber Rollouts to Turn Telecom Market Around, M&A to Continue" report to their offering.

'Poland: LTE and Fiber Rollouts to Turn Telecom Market Around, MandA to Continue,' a new Country Intelligence Report by the author, offers a precise, incisive profile of Poland's mobile and fixed telecommunications and pay-TV markets based on comprehensive proprietary data.

Poland: LTE and Fiber Rollouts to Turn Telecom Market Around, M&A to Continue provides an executive-level overview of the telecommunications market in Poland today, with detailed forecasts of key indicators up to 2018.

Report Findings

  • Poland is one of the most attractive markets in Central and Eastern Europe, being the second largest in the region. In 2013 it generated service revenue of $11.5bn, down 2.0% from 2012 due to a drop from voice services, as fixed-to-mobile substitution continued to reduce fixed voice revenue and as lower mobile termination rates affected mobile revenue. Over the next five years, however, we expect the market to grow at a CAGR of 3.86%, with mobile data being the fastest growing segment of the market, driven by deployments of LTE.
  • In 2013, mobile ARPS continued to decline, mainly because the regulator further reduced mobile termination rates. Data service uptake partially compensated for the decline in voice revenue. Over next five years, we expect data to drive the mobile revenue growth thanks to smartphones uptake.
  • In July 2013, Poland completed its analog switch-off. In 2012, the leading DTH operator in the country, Cyfrowy Polsat, entered the DTT market thus offering pay TV services over variety of technologies.
  • The Polish telecom market is very fragmented, and consolidation is still underway. In November 2013, Deutsche Telekom, the main shareholder in PTC, signed a deal to acquire GTS Central Europe, which will enable the operator to expand its fixed market and offer integrated services. The same month, Cyfrowy Polsat, in order to strengthen its position in the market, signed a preliminary acquisition agreement with Polkomtel.

Key Topics Covered:

  1. Executive summary
  2. Market and competitor overview
  3. Poland in a regional context
  4. Economic, demographic and political context
  5. Regulatory environment
  6. Demand profile
  7. Service evolution
  8. Competitive landscape
  9. Major market players
  10. Segment analysis
  11. Mobile services
  12. Fixed services
  13. Pay-TV
  14. Identifying opportunities

Companies Mentioned

  • Telekomunikacja PolskaFrance Telecom
  • Orange Poland
  • Play
  • Netia
  • Telefonia Cyfrowa (PTC)
  • UPC Poland
  • Liberty Global
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • T-Mobile Poland
  • GTS Central
  • Multimedia Polska
  • Cyfrowy Polsat
  • Polkomtel
  • Lebara Mobile
  • Plus+
  • Virgin Mobile
  • Huawei
  • ASUS
  • Aero 2
  • Ericsson
  • Hawe
  • BT Poland
  • Inea
  • Vectra

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/949tfm/poland_lte_and

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