Belgian telcos turn to convergent services as market regulation and saturation temper growth prospects

Strategic Highlights
Published: 2018-08-22

As per InfoCom’s quarterly consumer and business monitoring, Belgium had more than 4m and roughly 12m fixed broadband and mobile subscriptions, respectively. For this period, fixed broadband sustained its growth trajectory, while mobile subscriptions contracted by 13% YoY as attributed to the high prepaid churn. The ongoing SIM card registration alongside prepaid to postpaid migration still served as the main culprits fo...

Iraq’s mobile market slightly recovers in 2017. Here’s why

Strategic Highlights
Published: 2018-08-09

The Iraqi telecommunications market continued to grow due to a relatively improving economic environment compared to the previous years. In the mobile segment, InfoCom noted that operators expanded and upgraded further their network coverage and launched new offerings which helped improve subscription take-up by nearly 11% YoY in 2017. For instance, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) has been partnering with Zain...

German fixed broadband subscriptions expand further as take-up of FTTP and cable broadband (DOCSIS 3.0/3.1) accelerates in 1Q18

Strategic Highlights
Published: 2018-08-03

Germany registered a total of 33.6m fixed broadband subscriptions as of end-1Q18 (+4.1% YoY). The growth was driven by the uptake of high-speed broadband services (e.g. FTTP and DOCSIS 3.0/3.1), resulting in a 33.8% YoY growth in FTTP subscriptions, and 6.8% YoY growth in cable modem. The series of network upgrades and fibre network expansions positively affected the fixed broadband development in the country. For instanc...

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