Peru Telecom & Pay-TV Market Analysed & Forecast in New Pyramid Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
02 Feb 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Peru’s telecommunications services market is forecast to generate USD 5 billion in revenue as of 2014, recording a YoY growth of 0.9%. With the 5th largest population in Latin America, Peru is home to the region’s 7th biggest telecom services sector.
In the Peruvian mobile marketplace, Movistar and Claro account for close to 94% of the nation’s total mobile subscriptions. Moving forward, the two companies’ share of the market is expected to decrease as they face fierce competition from Entel and new entrant Bitel, which are executing offensive pricing strategies. Broadband penetration rates in the country remain low as against that of other markets in Latin America.
The country’s pay-TV service revenues were estimated at USD 351 million in 2014. The adoption of pay-TV services in Peru is much lower than the region's average of around 41.5%, with a household penetration rate of just under 21.5%, or 1.4 million subscriptions.
New study “Peru: Incumbent Mobile Operators Face Rising Competitive Pressure from New Entrants” elaborated by Pyramid Research covers Peru’s telecommunications market. It provides an overview of the demographic, economic and political landscape in Peru; compares the size and trends of the market with those of other countries in Latin America; examines the regulatory setting and trends; provides analysis (including historical figures plus forecasts) of service revenues from the key market segments; provides analysis and forecast of the change in the breakdown of total revenue by mobile and fixed/pay-TV sectors and by data, voice and video. The research study canvasses the competitive landscape, including performance of top service providers. The research report gives an in-depth, unbiased analysis by each of the market sectors such as mobile voice and data services, broadband and fixed telephony services, and pay-TV services; trends in the adoption of services by technology/platform and also operator, ARPL/ARPS and service revenue in the offing. Furthermore, the key opportunities for operators, vendors and investors in Peru's telecom and pay-TV markets are identified in the study.
Peru: Incumbent Mobile Operators Face Rising Competitive Pressure from New Entrants
Published: January, 2015
Price: US$ 990.00
More new studies by the publisher can be found at Pyramid Research page.