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Fixed and mobile voice services in Western Europe: forecasts and analysis, 2010-2015

Fixed and mobile voice services in Western Europe: forecasts and analysis, 2010-2015

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Market Study
Published: July 2010
Pages: For full details, please email keithw@cmsinfo.com
Tables: For full details, please email keithw@cmsinfo.com
From: GBP 4867.00  Buy Now!
Research from: Analysys Mason
Sector: Networks & Infrastructure

“The shift of spend from voice to data, the demise of per-minute tariffing and the introduction of VoIP all have profound implications for the industry. MNOs can still have a major influence on these long-term outcomes, but they need to take an active role in shaping the future.”

This report analyses the key factors that are driving the voice market in Western Europe, and considers the potential impact that fixed–mobile substitution, convergence, VoIP and the economic downturn may have on the sector. It presents comprehensive forecasts for the region as a whole, as well as individual forecasts for Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK.

Both the report slide pack and the Excel data annex provide detailed breakdowns of retail revenue for fixed and mobile voice, fixed and mobile voice ARPU, minutes of use for fixed and mobile voice, and traffic volumes within fixed and mobile networks.

Fixed and mobile voice services in Western Europe: forecasts and analysis, 2010–2015 answers you key questions:

What impact is the recession having on fixed–mobile substitution?
Will mobile voice revenue return to its previous levels of growth as consumer spending picks up?
What impact will falling termination rates have on the sector’s revenue?
At what rate will fixed-line loss occur in different markets?
How fast will prices fall and what impact will this have on usage?

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