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ICT Monitoring | May 2021
Broadband - 1Q21Eastern Europe
This extended excel sheet provides a detailed broadband overview for the following Eastern European countries: Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Montenegro, Slovakia and Slovenia. Data are split by technology and updated quarterly.
COVID-19 restrictions continued in 1Q21 with some countries extending their nationwide lockdowns (e.g. Croatia, Poland). In markets like Bulgaria and Czech Republic, although governments have announced the slight easing of restrictions, entries to national borders were still strict. In light of the situation, connectivity and higher bandwidth services remained to be popular in light of the continuing high adoption of remote work and distance learning..
Based on InfoCom’s monitoring, the total fixed broadband subscriptions in the Eastern European region closed to more than 58m (+4% YoY) as of end-1Q21. This generally comes from the sustained demand for high bandwidth services – with FTTP subscriptions increasing further its share to...
Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Montenegro, Slovakia and Slovenia
BH Telecom, Vivacom, T-Hrvatski Telekom, O2 Czech Republic, Magyar Telekom, Orange Polska, Telekom Romania, Rostelecom, Telecom Srbjia, Crnogorski Telekom, Slovak Telecom, Telekom Slovenije, Elion, Lattelecom, Teo LT