Brazil Telecom Services Market Analysed in New Pyramid Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
23 Jan 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Brazil boasts being the largest telecom services market in the Latin America region; however, the industry’s revenue decreased in 2014 by 3.1% YoY to USD 60.1 billion, resulting mainly from a great decline in Brazil’s currency. The country’s market came under pressure from an uncertain macroeconomic environment and a 25% decline in mobile termination rates in February 2014, which greatly affected operators’ financial performance results. Forecasts suggest the overall service revenue grow at a CAGR of 1.8% through to 2019, with broadband Internet, pay-TV and mobile data largely contributing to the market’s growth.
The domestic telecom services industry is poised to see increased consolidation in the short run. The rate of mobile phone penetration is expected to reach around 140% in 2014, and the further penetration of 3G and 4G handsets is anticipated to bring greater revenues from increased usage of mobile and brace for ARPU pressure from MTR cuts.
New research report “Brazil: With Telecom Growth Slowing, Telcos Seek Mergers to Strengthen their Presence in Latin America's Largest Market” prepared by Pyramid Research is a comprehensive guide to the Brazilian telecommunications market.
The study provides an up-close look at the country’s mobile and fixed telecom and pay-TV markets along with extensive forecasts of key indicators till 2019. It presents deep qualitative and quantitative insights into the national telecom marketplace, covering telecom market size and trends in Brazil as against other country markets in the region. The report analyses major trends, evaluates short-term opportunities for players, and calculates key risk factors. It canvasses the competitive landscape and the top service providers’ performance, market shares by revenue and most likely moves in the coming years; reviews the evolution of demand by service type and technology and/or platform across the main market sectors; and discusses key regulatory issue and trends. A deep analysis of service adoption trends by carrier and network technology, and also of average revenue per line (ARPL) and/or per subscription (ARPS) and service revenues through to 2019.
Brazil: With Telecom Growth Slowing, Telcos Seek Mergers to Strengthen their Presence in Latin America's Largest Market
Published: January, 2015
Price: US$ 990.00
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