Iceland Telecom Market Examined by BuddeComm in Its New Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com
05 Dec 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Iceland’s telecom market has retained some resilience after the economic downturn in 2008. During the past several years, the national market demonstrated sustainable growth encouraged by the rising investments in the fixed-line broadband and mobile infrastructures. The country’s government also supports the development of the telecom industry, especially in rural areas.
At present, the mobile and broadband markets in Iceland are characterised by effective competition; a number of players have emerged to challenge the dominance of the top two market players, Vodafone Iceland and Síminn.
In late 2017, Vodafone Iceland secured regulatory approval for its acquisition of most of the telecoms and media interests of 365 Media, which has struggled in the national telecoms market during the recent years.
The new entrant, Nova, has established itself as a leader in the Icelandic mobile sector, and also has considerably expanded its presence in the country’s fixed-line sector.
New in-demand research report “Iceland - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses” elaborated by BuddeComm provides a profound analysis of the telecom market in Iceland. It presents access to trustworthy data and statistics on the national market performance, features the present scenario across the key segments, covers the historical background, reviews the domestic market dynamics and examines the major market growth restraints and drivers, as well as outlines future growth prospects of the country’s telecom market. Besides, this study touches upon the key regulative norms, reviews the recent developments and prominent initiatives adopted by the top players. Moreover, a comprehensive future outlook for the Icelandic telecom market.
More in-demand research reports by this publisher are provided in the BuddeComm online catalogue at MarketPublishers.com.