Romania Telecom Market Maintains Swift Growth, Informs BuddeComm in Its New Topical Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com19 Jan 2018 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The telecoms market in Romania maintains swift growth pace, spurred by intensifying competition along with robust technological progress. Operators in the country’s telecoms market make substantial investments in network capacity upgrades in the wake of the gradual shift towards offering IP-delivered content.
The Romanian fibre sector has emerged as one of the strongest in the European region in recent years, with a rapidly increasing share of the fixed-broadband market by subscriber lines. Romania has one of the highest FttP penetration rate in Europe, with around two-thirds of connections offering data above 100 Mb/s.
The country’s mobile market is served by 4 network operators, 3 of which are the local subsidiaries of the top regional players (Orange Group, Vodafone Group, Deutsche Telekom). Mobile penetration rate in Romania is average for the European region, though the number of subscribers in the country has decreased during the recent years as fewer customers opt for multiple SIM card ownership.
The new topical report “Romania - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses” created by BuddeComm gives profound insights into the Romanian telecoms market and sheds light on the top market development trends. It touches upon the regulative framework, reviews the major companies active in the domestic telecoms market as well as examines the market infrastructure. Moreover, this research report provides a detailed assessment of the mobile and broadband sectors, sheds light on the market dynamics and the major growth influencing factors, outlines future growth prospects and challenges, covers the competitive landscape and also uncovers reliable, updated statistics on the Romanian telecoms market performance. Future forecasts are offered as well.
Companies covered in the report: RCS&RDS, GTS Telecom, UPC Romania, Telekom Romania, Vodafone Romania, SN Radiocomunicatii, Orange Romania, Telemobil and Digi Mobil.
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