Israel Telecom Market Canvassed in Comprehensive Pyramid Research Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
26 Nov 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Israel’s telecom sector is seeing lower-than-average growth rate over against other nations in the region, but the overall size of the domestic telecoms market is significant due to the country’s relatively small population size. The revenue of the Israeli telecom services is poised to reach USD 4.7 billion in 2015, posting a decline of 9.5% over the year before. The revenue growth is set to be mainly driven by fixed-line services following the recently introduced regulatory reforms for network sharing and wholesale services. The mobile data segment is expected to keep on registering the highest growth, accounting for just over 25.5% of total telecom revenue in 2015. The revenues from mobile voice services are declining owing to the increased level of the competition and a saturated voice market. Through to 2020, the overall telecom service revenue is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 1.8% to reach USD 5.1 billion.
Bezeq, Pelephone, HOT Mobile, Cellcom, Golan, YES, Orange Israel and HOT are the country’s leading telecom service providers. Bezeq (including Pelephone) and HOT (including HOT Mobile) are expected to capture 57.5% of total service revenue in 2015.
Comprehensive market study “Israel: Dominance of Fixed Communications to Continue Driven by New Regulatory Reforms of the Government” developed by Pyramid Research covers Israel’s telecom market as of now, including detailed forecasts of key performance indicators through 2020.
The report reviews the demographic, political and economic scenario in Israel; assesses the market size and trends of the national telecom industry versus those of other countries in the region; looks at the regulatory framework and trends relating to national broadband plans, spectrum licensing, etc. The study includes historical data and forecasts of the revenue spit by market segment; tracks the changes in the breakdown of overall revenue by the mobile and fixed sectors and by data, voice and video in the current year and up to 2020. It offers an extensive sector analysis alongside a quantitative analysis of service adoption trends by the end of the forecast period. Furthermore, the competitive landscape is canvassed, and the main near-term opportunities are outlined in the study.
Israel: Dominance of Fixed Communications to Continue Driven by New Regulatory Reforms of the Government
Published: September, 2015
Price: US$ 990.00
More studies by the publisher can be found at Pyramid Research page.