Italy Telecommunications Market Discussed by BuddeComm in Its New Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com
11 Dec 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Italy’s large telecommunications market enjoys one of the highest mobile phone penetration rates in the European region, and it has taken advantage of progressive state-run programs targeted to developing the fibre broadband sector.
The number of broadband Internet subscriptions is growing at a steady rate, although the DSL segment has commenced to contract due to subscribers’ shift to the fibre delivery platform. The expansion of the fibre sector is driven by efforts of Telecom Italia (TIM) alongside the funding coming from other telcos and local government bodies. Regulatory measures have also been brought into force to encourage access to NGNs, whilst the government is investing EUR 4 billion to enable fibre-based broadband coverage in the country.
The domestic mobile market has gone through noticeable changes in the recent past following the merger of the telecoms providers 3 Italia and Wind to form Wind Tre in January 2017. Hence, the market obtained a new entrant in the form of Iliad, which ensured access to spectrum and to part of Wind Tre’s infrastructure to enable it to provide services whilst its proper network is undergoing development.
In-demand research report “Italy - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses” elaborated by BuddeComm provides a deep, unbiased analysis of the national telecom market performance.
It provides trustworthy data and statistical information on the country and the market for fixed network services; gives an all-round overview of the important regulatory themes. The report takes a shrewd look at the fixed-line and mobile broadband sectors, comprising the thriving fibre sector. The research study also canvasses the mobile market, covering statistical data, regulatory issues as well as an analysis of mobile data services. It provides detailed profiles of the dominant providers and gives an assessment of what impact emerging technologies have on their strategies for the years to come.
Companies mentioned in the study include TIM, Tiscali, Metroweb, BT Italia, Vodafone Italy, Fastweb, and Wind Tre.
More in-demand reports by this publisher are provided in the BuddeComm online catalogue at MarketPublishers.com.