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ICT Monitoring | Apr 2021
Television - 4Q20 Western Europe
This very extensive sheet provides information and forecasts +5 years on the current year, on the television market segment with breakdowns by transmission technologies, and trends as regards shifts towards one mode of reception or the other.
COVID-19 continued to impact some Western Europe markets even if the vaccination rollout continues to gain momentum in the region. Staying at home and remote working/learning are still encouraged which extended the demand for both connectivity and entertainment services.
The total IPTV segment continued to exhibit the fastest growth among the pay-TV platforms as an effect of the increasing penetration of multiple-play services in the region. The segment’s development was also supported by the wider coverage of high-speed services in markets like Norway and Greece during the period. In Portugal, Belgium, and Spain, the IPTV segment was mainly driven by the sustained uptake of convergent services as a result of the operators’ aggressive push for these offers. Telefonica in Spain, for instance, still benefits from its earlier EUR 3/month price increase to its standalone FTTP and xDSL services during 1H20 and consequently pushed some of its customers towards its bundled/convergent offers. Meanwhile...
Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and United Kingdom
Orange, Numericable-SFR, Free, Bouygues , BT, Virgin Media, Telefonica, UPC, TDC, Proximus, Mobistar, Telenet, Telekom Austria, Cyta, DT, TDC, TeliaSonera, OTE, Eircom, Sky, POST Luxembourg, Go PLC, Melita, KPN, Telenor, Portugal Telecom, Ziggo