Iceland Telecom Market Space Discussed in Topical BuddeComm Report Published at MarketPublishers.com26 Oct 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – For some years, Iceland’s telecom market has been adversely affected by the effects of the continuous economic recession that began in 2008, though economic upswing has translated into increased investments in the industry as the dominant telecommunication companies keep on upgrading both fixed and mobile networks. Furthermore, the promotion of Next-Generation Access (NGA) networks by the government has affected the marketplace, and especially rural areas.
There is a strong competition in all sectors of the market, with a slight number of new entrants challenging the dominance of the leaders, Vodafone Iceland and Síminn. The new players, Nova and 365, have expanded their launched fixed line services, enlarging their current presence in the mobile phones market space. 365 is in the course of the development of an LTE network in competition with Síminn and Vodafone Iceland; whilst as of mid-2015 the latter established a network sharing JV with Nova to expand the reach of their LTE infrastructure more cost efficiently.
Síminn, Vodafone Iceland, Tal, Nova and 365 Media are among the most prominent players active in the national market.
New comprehensive report “Iceland - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses” prepared by BuddeComm draws up a comprehensive and unbiased picture of the telecom market in Iceland. It limelights and canvasses the regulatory environment; gives an in-depth overview of fixed line network operators; examines the national and international telecoms infrastructure; offers an analysis of the broadband market, covering broadband statistics and government policies affecting the sector, overview of various broadband services, and also broadband subscriber forecasts up to 2015-end, 2017, and 2020. The study offers an up-close look at the digital media ecosystem, reviews the voice over IP (VoIP) technology, and scrutinises the market for mobile communications. The research report includes an all-round review of today’s key technologies (3G, GSM, LTE, HSPA), market liberalisation and industry issues, and the performance of the telecoms operators covering revenues, subscribers, ARPU, MoU; among others.
Iceland - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses
Published: October, 2015
Price: US$ 470.00
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