Irish Telecommunications Market Discussed in Topical Pyramid Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com04 Aug 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The revenue of Ireland’s telecom services industry reached USD 3.3 billion (1.3% of the gross domestic product) as of 2014, making the country one of Western Europe’s smallest markets. The total service revenue is expected to amount to USD 3.2 billion by 2020, posting a 4.3% CAGR during the forecast period.
Competition in the domestic telecommunications market has increased in the last 3 years on the back of the sector’s reorganisation following the economic crunch. In June 2014, 3 Ireland bought O2 Ireland for USD 885.7 billion, becoming the top domestic mobile network operator in terms of revenue and subscriptions. UPC is planning to offer mobile voice and data services in 2015 jointly with 3 Ireland, allowing for the cable operator to launch quadruple play service packages in the country.
The rising deployment of NGA and LTE networks in Ireland will offer an opportunity for operators to deliver novel value-added services (VAS) and media content. Bundling these services in a novel way will be essential for competing successfully in the marketplace, especially as quad-play services become more widely available. Furthermore, with data traffic expanding faster, investments in NGN networks are expected to keep on presenting opportunities for vendors operating in the 2G, 3G and 4G/LTE and NGA segments.
Topical report “Ireland: Heavy Investment in Network Infrastructure Will Help Telecom Services Market Recover in 2016-2020” developed by Pyramid Research evaluates the current performance of the Irish telecoms market, alongside offering forecasts of key indicators. It gives an analysis of the market size and trends; the regulatory landscape and relevant developments; analysis and historical data and forecasts of service revenue from the key market segments; changes in the breakdown of overall revenue between mobile and the fixed/IPTV sectors and between data, voice and video during 2015-2020. The study examines the competitive landscape and key trends in the performance, market shares of revenue and anticipated moves of service providers. An exhaustive sector analysis of broadband, fixed telephony, mobile data, mobile voice and IPTV services; assesses risk factors and opportunities in the market space in the near term.
Ireland: Heavy Investment in Network Infrastructure Will Help Telecom Services Market Recover in 2016-2020
Published: July, 2015
Price: US$ 990.00
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