LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The telecommunications market in Central Europe (CE) offers solid growth opportunities for service providers and investors during the current year and beyond.
How can market conditions in CE telecommunications best be described? Which country supports the market projected to post the highest revenue gains? How do the markets in these seven countries compare? What are the main differences? What are the most promising possibilities for investment in each country? What are the statistics on existing and planned infrastructure? Which segments are most ripe for expansion? To what extent will these markets develop from now until 2017? Answers to all these crucial questions and a lot more can be found in the study.
New report “Telecommunications market in Central Europe 2012” elaborated by PMR provides a wealth of information on the status of telecommunications markets in seven Central European countries – Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia.
The study presents key data, comparative analysis and general analysis of the most prolific segments – fixed-line telephony, mobile telephony, data transmission, and Internet access services – in each country, featuring:
- data on market value;
- financial data for key market players active in each country;
- data on subscriber bases and traffic statistics;
- industry indicators: ARPU, MoU, SAC, CAPEX, churn and more;
- forecasts for the markets in each country, by segment, to 2017.
Additionally, the report compares market and performance information, offers trends analysis and projects future conditions in each of the markets.
Title: Telecommunications market in Central Europe 2012
Published: September, 2012
Price: US$ 3,500.00
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