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Telecommunications Markets in the 10 new EU Member States. An overview of recent developments. Total telecom service markets in the 10 new Member States: 20 billion EUR Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia account for 90% of the market

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Telecommunications markets in the 10 new eu member states

Telecommunications Markets in the 10 new EU Member States

An overview of recent developments


Structure of the telecom market

Total telecom service markets in the 10 new Member States: 20 billion EUR

Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia account for 90% of the market

Mobile services : 48% of total value (38% in 2001)

Growth (est.) : 9% increase in value at market prices in 2004 , against 4.1% in the EU-15 and 4.5% for the whole EU-25

Structure of the telecom market


Fixed mobile substitution

Fixed/mobile substitution

  • Mobile expansion : 24% density at end-2000 ; 60% at end-2003

  • Stagnation of fixed network despite poor density level.


Recent expansion of the internet market

Recent expansion of the Internet market

  • 4.3 million Internet subscribers at year-end 2003, 80% of which through dial-up, up from 1.7 million at year-end 2000.

  • Driving factors :

    • Computer equipment rate

    • Regulatory framework

    • Development strategy of operators


Bridging the gap with western europe

Bridging the gap with Western Europe

  • Trends in diffusion of mobile, fixed telephony and Internet access


Bridging the gap with western europe1

Bridging the gap with Western Europe

  • Disparities within the 10 new Member States


Competition development

Competition development

  • Competition in the mobile market, acting as an indirect source of competition in the fixed market

  • Full liberalization completed on 1 January 2003

  • Progress in implementing pro-competitive regulations (CPS, interconnection), resulting in increased competition mainly in the business segment and LD/international traffic

  • Strong hold of incumbents on the local loop.


Fdi positioning of western european telcos

FDI : positioning of Western European telcos


Telecom operators

Telecom operators

  • Growth and restructuring challenges


Outlook

Outlook

  • Significant opportunities for growth in the medium term: impact of general economic development, expansion of Internet & data market, rise in ARPU

  • Stronger pressure on tariffs through increased competition

  • VoIP accelerating the transformation of the industry?

  • Regulatory challenges: adapting to the new EU framework


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