UK Telecom Market is One of Biggest in Europe, Says BuddeComm in New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com20 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The UK boasts one of the biggest telecom markets in Europe. The competition amongst players in this marketplace is fierce in broadband and mobile sectors.
Such a trend encouraged service penetration and assisted in reducing prices for consumers across the board. The expansion of network capabilities also took place, and it stemmed from investments made by Virgin Media and British Telecom.
Major providers present in different countries serve the local mobile sector. This market has recently experienced an upsurge in the merger activity.
There is an excellent cross-platform competition in the broadband sector. The DSL infrastructure is widely available. Virgin Media is the number one cable operator, and it works on the deepening its footprint in this market in order to cover two thirds of the premises in 2019.
The local DSL network has undergone an upgrade over the recent years. In the meantime, British Telecom is in the process of introduction of G.fast, and this is part of its multi-technology mix in order to provide ultra-fast broadband services to around 12 million premises by 2020. Virgin Media is one of the most recent entrants of the fibre market.
New research report “United Kingdom - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses” drawn up by BuddeComm offers a comprehensive guide to the UK telecom marketplace. The study starts with a detailed country overview. It analyzes the telecom market in detail.
The report throws light on the regulatory environment. The research study reviews fixed network operators. It explores the local telecom infrastructure. The research report scrutinizes the broadband market, too.
The study investigates digital media and media economy, too. It insightfully discusses mobile communications.
Companies mentioned in the report comprise: BT, Orange, BBC, Freeview, H3, Virgin Media, KCom, and more.
More new research studies by BuddeComm are available at its page.