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World Telecom Services Markets & Players: Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 - 2019

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Researchmoz presents this most up-to-date research on World Telecom Services - Markets & Players - Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 - 2019

Researchmoz presents this most up-to-date research on World Telecom Services - Markets & Players  (http://www.researchmoz.us/world-telecom-services-markets-and-players-report.html ).

The bundle World Telecom Services - Markets & Players includes three deliverables:

1. A report (ppt format) providing readers with the current status of the telecom services market, along with analyses of global trends and growth dynamics by technology and by markets. It also offers an overview of the leading telcos worldwide, analyses of their KPIs and their strategies they apply,

2. A dataset dedicated to service revenues and usages with data and forecasts up to 2018 for 29 countries, 7 regions & world consolidated,

3. A dataset dedicated to 30 leading telcos' KPIs including: company financial account, revenues by segment and operating data.

Table of Content

1. Executive Summary

1.1. Key trends

1.2. Overview of the global market for telecom services

1.3. United States, the first national market for telecom services Asia/Pacific, the first regional market. Europe loses its number two spot

1.4. BRIC: growth driver and tied with other emerging countries

1.5. Germany: number one market in Europe, ahead of the UK. France drops down a spot after its mobile market hits a soft patch

1.6. A hierarchy turned on its head by average per capita spending

1.7. Where does the increase in revenues come from?

1.8. Generalised decline in fixed telephony

1.9. Growth engine for mobile services

1.10. Internet services and the pursuit of growth

2. Methodology

2.1. List of indicators by country

2.2. Definitions

2.3. Segmentation of certain services

2.4. Indicators by operator

2.4. Sources

3. Access

3.1. Domination of the means of mobile access in the world

3.2. Biggest national mobile bases

3.3. Comparison between penetration and growth by national mobile market

3.4. It is confirmed that prepayment is running out of steam of in Europe

3.5. Rapid expansion of LTE in developed markets

3.6. Main LTE markets

3.7. The decline of traditional landline calling

3.8. Development of managed fixed VoIP, an underlying trend

3.9. Attraction of fixed broadband Internet continues unabated

3.10. Main national fixed broadband user bases

3.11. Rapid growth of ultra-fast fixed broadband

4. Telecom services markets

4.1. Global telecom services revenue growing at a moderate pace

4.2. Growth momentum: telecom services vs. GDP

4.3. Changes in fixed telephony revenues

4.4. Changes in mobile services revenues

4.5. Changes in retail ARPU per mobile user

4.6. Changes in fixed data transmission and Internet revenues

4.7. Changes in fixed Internet revenues

4.8. The evolution of fixed telephony revenues

4.9. The evolution of mobile services revenues

4.10. The evolution of data transmission and fixed Internet revenues

5. The world's top telcos

5.1. The world leaders

5.2. North American operators

5.3. European operators

5.4. Operators in Asia's advanced markets

5.5. Operators from emerging countries

5.6. Telcos and globalisation

5.7. National mobile market structure

5.8. National fixed broadband market structure

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