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1Q14 Western Europe Mobile Operator Forecast, 2003 - 2017

LONDON, Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report:

1Q14 Western Europe Mobile Operator Forecast, 2003 – 2017

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IEMR's Western Europe Mobile Operator Forecast is the most comprehensive forecast of its kind in the world. This report provides operational and financial metrics for wireless markets across the region and is one of the best forecasts in the industry. We provide five-year forecasts at the operator level going out to 2017. We also provide quarterly historical and forecast data starting in 1Q2003 and ending in 4Q2015. Our forecast contains separate data for each country and their mobile operators. Our Mobile Operator Forecasts are updated quarterly and are available for one-time delivery or through regular updates.

By purchasing this report, you will receive an Excel file with 48 datasheets of operational and financial metrics such as post-paid subscribers, prepaid subscribers, subscriber growth, net subscriber adds, monthly churn, monthly ARPU, ARPU growth, data ARPU, MOU per subscriber, service revenue, EBITDA and CAPEX.

In this regional report, each datasheet covers 100 mobile operators in 29 countries. It is the most extensive company-specific and country-specific forecast of its kind.

Countries Covered in this Global Mobile Operator Forecast
Andorra
Austria
Belgium
Cyprus
Denmark
Faroe Islands
Finland
France
Germany
Gibraltar
Greece
Greenland
Guernsey
Iceland
Ireland

Isle of Man
Italy
Jersey
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Malta
Monaco
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom

Companies Covered in each of the Regional Mobile Operator Forecasts
Andorra
STA (Servei de Telecomunicacions d'Andorra)

Austria
Drei (Hutchison 3G Austria GmbH)
mobilkom austria (Telekom Austria Group)
Orange Austria (Connect Austria)
T-Mobile Austria (Deutsche Telekom AG)

Belgium
BASE (Royal KPN N.V.)
Mobistar MVNOs
Mobistar N.V./S.A.
Proximus (Belgacom S.A.)

Cyprus
Cytamobile-Vodafone (CYTA - Cyprus Telecommunications Authority)
KKTC Telsim Telekomünikasyon A.?.
Kuzey K?br?s Turkcell Telekomünikasyon A.?. (KKTCell)
MTN Cyprus (MTN Group) (Areeba)

Denmark
Hutchison 3G
TDC Mobile International A/S
Telenor ASA
TeliaSonera AB

Faroe Islands
Faroese Telecom (Føroya Tele)
Vodafone Faroe Islands (Vodafone Group Plc)

Finland
DNA Finland Oy
Elisa Oyj
TeliaSonera AB

France
Bouygues Telecom
Metropole Television S.A.
Orange (France Telecom S.A.)
SFR (Vodafone Group Plc)
Virgin Mobile France

Germany
E-Plus Mobilfunk GmbH & Co. KG
Telefónica O2 Germany GmbH & Co OHG
Telekom Deutschland GmbH (T-Mobile) (Deutsche Telekom AG)
Vodafone D2 GmbH

Gibraltar
Gibtel (Gibraltar Telecommunications International Limited)

Greece
Cosmote Mobile Telecommunications S.A.
Vodafone-Panafon Hellenic Telecommunications Company S.A.
Wind Hellas Telecommunications S.A.

Greenland
TELE Greenland A/S

Guernsey
Cable and Wireless Guernsey Limited (Sure)
Guernsey Airtel (Airtel-Vodafone) (Bharti Group)
Wave Telecom Limited

Iceland
Nova ehf.
Síminn (Iceland Telecom Ltd.)
Vodafone Iceland (Vodafone Group Plc)

Ireland
Hutchison 3G Ireland Limited
Meteor Mobile Communications Limited
Telefónica O2 Ireland Limited
Vodafone Ireland Limited

Isle of Man
Cable & Wireless Isle of Man Ltd.
Manx Telecom Ltd.

Italy
3 Italy (Hutchison Telecommunications International Limited)
Coop Italia
Poste Italiane
Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM)
Vodafone Italy (Vodafone Group Plc)
Wind Telecomunicazioni SpA

Jersey
Cable & Wireless Jersey Limited (Sure)
Jersey Airtel Limited (Jersey Telenet) (Airtel-Vodafone)
Jersey Telecom Limited

Liechtenstein
mobilkom Liechtenstein (Telekom Austria AG)
Orange (Liechtenstein) AG
Swisscom Mobile Liechtenstein (NATEL)
Tango Liechtenstein (Tele2 AG)

Luxembourg
Orange Luxembourg (France Telecom Group)
P&T Luxembourg (LUXGSM S.A.)
Tango Luxembourg (Tango Services SA)

Malta
Melita Mobile Ltd. (3G Telecommunications)
MobIsle Communications Ltd. (Go Mobile)
Vodafone Malta (Vodafone Group Plc)

Monaco
Monaco Telecom

Netherlands
KPN Mobile N.V.
Lycamobile Netherlands Limited
Orange Communications SA (merged with T-Mobile in 2007)
Telfort B.V. (merged with KPN in 2005)
T-Mobile Netherlands (Ben) (T-Mobile International AG)
Vodafone Netherlands (Vodafone Group Plc)

Norway
Ice.net
NetCom (TeliaSonera AB)
Network Norway (acquired by Tele2 in 2011)
Tele2 Norge AS
Telenor Mobil AS

Portugal
Optimus Telecomunicações, S.A. (Sonaecom)
TMN -Telecomunicações Móveis Nacionais S.A.
Vodafone Portugal, Comunicações Pessoais, S.A.

Spain
Movistar (Telefónica Móviles España, S.A.U.)
Orange España (France Telecom España S.A.)
Vodafone España SAU
Yoigo (Xfera Moviles S.A.)

Sweden
Hutchison Telecomm Intl. Limited
Tele2 AB
Telenor Sverige AB
TeliaSonera AB

Switzerland
Orange (France Télécom S.A.)
Sunrise (TDC Switzerland AG)
Swisscom AG

United Kingdom
Hutchison 3G UK Limited
Orange (France Télécom S.A.) (Everything Everywhere Ltd.)
Telefónica O2 UK Limited
Tesco Mobile Ltd.
T-Mobile UK (Deutsche Telekom AG)
Virgin Mobile UK (Virgin Mobile Telecoms Ltd.)
Vodafone UK (Vodafone Limited)

Annual Results & Forecasts for each of the above operators is covered in this report for: CY 2003-CY 2017. Quarterly Results & Forecasts are covered for: March 2004June 2015

Subscribers (000)
Subscriber growth (YoY %)
Net subscriber adds (000)
Net subscriber adds growth (YoY %)
Monthly churn (%)
Post-paid subscribers (000)
Post-paid subcriber growth (YoY %)
Prepaid subcribers (000)
Prepaid subscriber growth (YoY %)
Post-paid % of total subs
Prepaid/wsl % of total subs
Post-paid net adds (000)
Post-paid adds growth (YoY %)
Prepaid/wsl net adds (000)
Prepaid/wsl adds growth (YoY %)
Monthly ARPU (USD)
ARPU growth (YoY %)
Data % of service revenues
Monthly data ARPU (USD)

Data ARPU growth (YoY %)
Monthly voice ARPU (USD)
Voice ARPU growth (YoY %)
Voice rev per minute (USD)
Voice RPM growth (YoY %)
MOU per sub (mins/month)
MOU/sub growth (YoY %)
Share of total subscribers
Share of net adds
Share of post-paid net adds
Share of prepaid/wsl net adds
Share of service revenue
YoY change in revenue share (bps)
Reported revenue (USD mn)
Reported revenue growth (YoY %)
Service revenue (USD mn)
Service revenue growth (YoY %)
EBITDA (USD mn)
EBITDA growth (YoY %)
Capex (USD mn)
Capex growth (YoY %)
EBITDA / reported revenue
EBITDA / service revenue
Incr EBITDA / Incr service rev
Capex / reported revenue
Capex / service revenue
(EBITDA-capex) / reported revenue
(EBITDA-capex) / service revenue
EBITDA margin expansion/contraction (bps)

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1Q14 Western Europe Mobile Operator Forecast, 2003 – 2017

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