Triple-play services in Brazil: slow progress

Date: April 23, 2010
Pages: 10
US$ 895.00
Publisher: Ovum
Report type: Strategic Report
Delivery: E-mail Delivery (PDF)

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Triple-play services in Brazil: slow progress
Brazilian incumbents are trying to focus on broadband expansion and quality of service. High-speed broadband access and pay-TV services are both very expensive in Brazil, with only the wealthy able to afford them. Regulatory issues are preventing telecoms operators from offering discounted triple-play bundles to the masses, and consequently FTTx deployments are very small. Only if regulatory barriers are lifted will the pace of FTTx rollouts increase.
Executive summary
In a nutshell
Ovum view
Key messages
What is the future of FTTx in Brazil?
Why FTTx is growing slowly in Brazil
Opportunities for incumbents
Market segment analysis
Triple-play services are key
Key FTTx players
Oi/Brasil Telecom
Utilities companies
Alternative service providers (ASPs)
FTTx service offerings
Competition to FTTx
Market threats to FTTx
Market threat summary
Incumbents are not allowed to offer cable-TV services
Telcos are not allowed to broadcast over IP
Limited foreign cable-TV ownership
Slow adoption of digital TV in Brazil
Majority of the population cannot afford high-speed broadband services
Governmental and regulatory initiatives
Bill Proposal 29 (PL29)
National broadband plan
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