1 Telecommunication Markets in the Nordic and Baltic Countries - Per
2 About the database Established 2007 The Baltic States included spring 203 A descriptive database A selected number of variables that is comparable between the Nordic and Baltic countries A dynamic database that will change and grow with developments in the telecom markets The figures are collected and validated by the Nordic-Baltic working group on statistics and definitions If not stated otherwise the sources for all figures are the relevant National Regulatory Agencies and National statistical agencies of each country If not stated otherwise graphs includes figures for both private and business In comparing penetration rates note that the population is decreasing in and while increasing in all other countries For more detailed information see the statistical portal under Tables : 2
3 Mobile Services
4 Per capita Mobile subscriptions per capita,70,50,30,0 0,90 0, The growth of mobile subscriptions has stagnated for most countries. The decrease for and in 203 is due to changes in definition from the operator. The growth before 203 was mostly due to the growth in mobile broadband. The mobile penetration rate were highest in and until 2008/2009. Including GSM/UMTS/LTE subscriptions and mobile broadband. Pre-paid subscriptions are also included and should be active the last 3 months. Only data for in
5 Minutes per year Mobile call minutes per subscription¹ in a year still has the highest usage of mobile telephony for speech. At the same time has the lowest penetration and usage of fixed telephony and of broadband telephony (VoIP)., and has the lowest minutes per subscription, but has the highest use of SMS messages together with. Subscriptions is the average of the number of subscriptions at the beginning and end of each year except for subscriptions for in 2004 and in 203 which are from the end of the period. Exclusive mobile broadband subscriptions. Only data for in 203. In, the number of mobile call minutes per subscription has grown in 203 because the number of subscriptions which have been used just for making phone calls has decreased. In reality, the total number of calls minutes is decreasing.
6 SMS per year Average number of SMS messages sent per subscription in a year There is a decrease in SMS messages for all countries except for had a modest increase for the last three years. The reason for decrease is mainly due to Skype and other mobile messages services. In the use of SMS messages per subscription have been significantly lower than in the other countries. Subscriptions is the average of the number of subscriptions at the beginning and end of each year except for subscriptions for in 2004 and in 203 which are from the end of the period. Exclusive mobile broadband subscriptions. Only data from in
7 Gbyte per year per sub Data volume transferred over mobile networks, average Gbyte per subscription¹ per year Data volumes transferred over mobile networks are still increasing fast in all countries. The growth in data traffic per subscription per year is above or equal to 50 percent yearly in all countries during 203 except for where it s 48 percent. It is still the dedicated data subscriptions which generates most of the data traffic in mobile networks except for where it s just below 50 pct. has the lowest number of dedicated data subscriptions per capita, and the highest. This may be one of the reasons behind the relatively large difference in Gbyte per subscription. Includes subscriptions and data traffic for both mobile and mobile broadband. 7
8 Fixed Call Services
9 Per capita Fixed telephony subscriptions per capita 0,70 0,60 0,50 0,40 0,30 0,20 0,0 0, The number of fixed telephone subscriptions per capita is decreasing in all countries, but in at a slower pace. The slow decrease in the n penetration is created by a decline in population in the period. The actual number of lines were decreasing by approx. 7 percent annually in 202 and 203. Includes PSTN-, ISDN- and broadband telephony subscriptions (VoIP). Only data from in
10 Per capita Broadband telephony (VoIP) subscriptions per capita 0,8 0,6 0,4 0,2 0,0 0,08 0,06 0,04 0,02 0, The number of VoIP subscriptions per capita has been increasing fast up to 20 in but the development has been stagnating during 203 though at the highest level compared to the other countries. In and the number of subscriptions is still growing although has more than twice as many VoIP subscriptions per capita than. has had a modest decrease from In, and the number of VoIP subscriptions is low compared to the other countries. VoIP subscriptions are often sold in bundles with e.g. a fixed broadband connection and TV. Only data for in 2008 to 203, 2006 to 203, 2005 to 203, 2007 to 203 and 2007 to 203. Only data from in
11 Minutes per subscription per year Number of fixed call minutes per subscription in a year The usage is declining in all countries but except for wich still has the lowest usage, but at the same time the highest usage of mobile telephony. has in 203 the highest amount of fixed call minutes per subscription. Subscriptions is the average of the number of subscriptions at the beginning and end of each year except for subscriptions for in 2004 and in 203 which are from the end of the period. VoIP is included. Only data from in 203.
12 Share of mobile minutes of all originated minutes 00% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 0% 0% The graph shows that the usage of mobile telephony are more and more dominant also in terms of minutes. Even, and with the lowest share of mobile minutes and also the highest fixed penetration rate have a share of about 60 percent and above. has the highest share of mobile minutes of all originated minutes with almost 93 percent in 203. and are second and third with shares of 90 and 84 percent. All originated minutes are the sum of all fixed minutes and all mobile minutes. Only data from in
14 Per capita Number of fixed broadband subscriptions per capita 0,45 0,40 0,35 0,30 0,25 0,20 0,5 0,0 0,05 0, The growth has stagnated in all countries except for and. and has fewer fixed broadband subscriptions per capita than the other countries, but the n penetration rate grew 3 percent in 202 and about 0 percent during 203, while all other countries only had growth up to 3,5 percent in the same periods except for were the growth was 5,9 percent. Only data for 2005 to 203. Only data from in
15 Share of fiber subscriptions of total fixed broadband subscriptions 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 0% 0% The share of fiber subscriptions of total fixed broadband subscriptions was highest in with almost 66 percent in 203. had the second highest share at nearly 55 percent and had the third highest with 39 percent. Only data for 200 to 203, for 20 to 203 and 203. Fiber includes Fiber-LAN networks (LAN connected to fiber). 5
16 Per capita Number of broadband subscriptions per capita (incl. mobile broadband ),00 0,90 0,80 0,70 0,60 0,50 0,40 0,30 0,20 0,0 0, When adding the growth in mobile broadband to fixed broadband the graph shows that has the highest penetration rate with a little more than 0,93 subscriptions per capita and was second with 0,77 subscriptions per capita. For it includes all mobile broadband subscriptions with monthly fee and no data cap and for it includes standard mobile subscriptions with actual voice usage and dedicated data service without voice usage. Only data for 2008 to 203 and 2009 to 203., and lies within a spread of just 0,07 points from 0,54 to 0,6. and has fewer subscriptions per capita than the rest of the countries (0,39 and 0,45), but at the same time both countries had growth rates above 40 percent from 200 to 203. Includes only dedicated data subscriptions. Only data from in
17 Per capita Number of fixed broadband subscriptions with a marketed capacity of 0 Mbps or more per capita 0,40 0,35 0,30 0,25 0,20 0,5 0,0 0, The penetration rate for subscriptions with speeds of 0 Mbps or more downstream are increasing in all countries although there are rather big differences between the countries. and are still at the top with respectively 0,35 and 0,34 subscriptions per capita. is third with 0,24 subscription per capita. have about half of s penetration rate. With 204 percent also had the highest growth rate during 203. Actual speed depends on factors like distance from the central exchange etc. This is the case for xdsl subscriptions in all the countries. Data from : 8 Mbps or more until 20, 0 Mbps or more in 202 and 203. Only data for in 2007 to 203, 2008 to 203, 2006 to 203, 2008 to 203, 2007 to 203 and in
18 Per capita Number of fixed broadband subscriptions with a marketed capacity of 30 Mbps or more per capita 0,25 0,20 0,5 0,0 0,05-0,09 0,06 0,05 0,04 0,2 0,0 0,07 0,07 0,06 0,04 0,05 0,04 0,03 0,02 0,02 0,005 0,02 Also the penetration rate for subscriptions with speeds of 30 Mbps or more downstream are increasing in every country. As with the rates for 0 Mpbs downstream there are significant differences between the countries. has the highest penetration rate at 0,20, and are second with 0,3 subscriptions per capita in 203. is third with 0,2. and have the same rate at 0,07 and has the lowest rate at 0,04 subscriptions per capita in ,08 0,04 0,03 0,0 Actual speed depends on factors like distance from the central exchange etc. This is the case for xdsl subscriptions in all countries. The Finnish figures are 25 Mpbs and above. The ic data is VDSL and fiber subscriptions with advertised downstream capacity up to 50 Mbit/s. Only data for in 202 and 203, in 20 and 203, 2009 to 203, 200 to 203 and in ,20 0,3 0,04 0,3 0,09 0,06 0,3 0,
19 Per capita Number of fixed broadband subscriptions with a marketed capacity of 00 Mbps or more per capita 0,00 0,080 0,060 0,040 0,020 0, When it comes to broadband penetration for subscriptions with speeds of 00 Mbps or more downstream is well above the other countries except for. The Swedish penetration rate for 00 Mpbs reached 0,0 subscriptions per capita in 203. is second with 0,09 and is third with 0,05 which is less than half the Swedish rate. and has the lowest rate with 0,0 and 0,007 subscriptions per capita in 203. Only data from in 203. No data for and. 9
20 Per capita Number of mobile broadband subscriptions per capita 0,70 0,60 0,50 0,40 0,30 0,20 0, In 203 there was 0,62 mobile broadband subscriptions per capita in and is second with 0,52 mobile broadband subscriptions per capita. For it includes all mobile broadband subscriptions with monthly fee and no data cap and for it includes standard mobile with actual voice usage and dedicated data service without voice usage. Only data for in 2009 to 203 and 2009 to 203. Except for which has the lowest mobile broadband penetration rate, the rest of the countries are rather close with 0,3 to 0,20 subscriptions per capita. In all countries penetration rate increases, but except for. The growth rate at 44 percent during 203, the rest of the countries have decreasing growth rates. 20 Includes only dedicated data subscriptions. Only data from in 203.
21 Per capita Number of mobile broadband subscriptions + add-on data packages per capita,20,00 0,80 0,60 0,40 0, When the add-on data packages is included in the mobile broadband subscriptions the Finnish penetration rate is the highest at,3 subscriptions per capita in 203 and is second with 0,8 subscriptions per capita and is third with 0,75 subscriptions per capita. Less than half the Finnish rate are the Danish, n, n, Norwegian and ic rates that goes from 0,0 to 0,42 subscriptions per capita. Dedicated data subscriptions. : Until 200 it includes monthly paid mobile data transfer subscriptions without data cap. From 20 and onwards the Finnish data includes all monthly paid mobile data transfer subscriptions. n data is only dedicated data subscriptions. subscriptions includes all subscriptions with GB and more. subscriptions includes standard mobile with voice usage, dedicated data service and add on data package. Only data from in
22 Per capita Number of IPTV subscriptions per capita 0,300 0,250 0,200 0,50 0,00 0,050 0, IPTV penetration is highest in where there is no cable-tv. In average 26 out of 00 ic inhabitants have an IPTV subscription. is second with 2 out of a 00 inhabitants.the rest of the countries are rather close with rates from 4 to 8 subscriptions per a 00 inhabitants. Fixed IPTV subscriptions. Only data for in 2008 to 203 and 20 to 203. Numbers includes subscriptions both for fiber and xdsl. 22
23 Per capita Number of Pay-TV subscriptions per capita 0,600 0,500 0,400 0,300 0,200 0,00 0, Pay-TV penetration is highest in where in average 54 out of 00 inhabitants have Pay-TV subscription. is second with 50 out of a 00 inhabitants and is third with 43 out of a 00 inhabitants. Total Pay-TV subscriptions. Only data for in 2009 to 203 and 2008 to 203. Numbers includes subscriptions for IPTV, cable-, digital terrestrial- and satellite television. The Danish numbers include free-to-air digital terrestrial tv, which is excluded by the other countries. The number of subscription can be more than the number of households in because some households holds two or more subscriptions. 23
24 Market Shares
25 Market share of mobile subscriptions, leading operator 65% (TeliaSonera AB all periods) 60% 55% 50% 45% 40% 35% (Telenor all periods) (TeliaSonera , Elisa ) (TDC all periods) (Síminn all periods) (EMT AS ) (Omnitel ) (Tele2 203) 30% Except for the market share of the leading mobile operator is rather stable in all countries except for. Telenor in has since 2008 been the single mobile operator with the biggest share in a national market. s Síminn had a dramatic decrease in market share from the highest level in 2006 at 60 percent to the lowest at 37 percent in 203. In the rest of the countries the leading operator had market shares between 35 and 42 percent and in average declining a bit in the period 2006 to 203. In the leading operator changed from TeliaSonera to Elisa in Operator with the biggest market share in the period. Market share includes subsidiaries. Mobile subscriptions includes ordinary mobile subscriptions and dedicated data subscriptions. Only data for in 20 and 203. Only data for in 2007 to 203 and in
26 Market share of fixed telephony subscriptions, leading operator 00% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% (TeliaSonera AB all periods) (Telenor all periods) (Finnet-group incl. DNA 2006, Elisa ) (TDC all periods) (Síminn all periods) (Elion Ettevõtted AS ) (TEO LT, AB ) (Lattelecom 203) 30% Regarding the market share of fixed telephony subscriptions, n TEO LT, AB had since 2007 the single biggest share of any of the fixed markets with 90 percent or more, while the Finnish Elisa had the smallest share in the same period remaining at approx. 40 percent in 203. In, and the leading operators market share is decreasing with approx. 9 to 4 points from 2006 to 203. Operator with the biggest market share in the period. Market share includes subsidiaries. Fixed telephony subscriptions 26 includes PSTN-, ISDN- and broadband telephony subscriptions (VoIP). Only data for in 20 and 203. Only data for in 2007 to 203 and in 203.
27 Market share of fixed broadband subscriptions, leading operator 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% (TeliaSonera AB all periods) (Telenor all periods) (Elisa and 202, Telia Sonera ) (TDC all periods) (Síminn all periods) (Elion Ettevõtted AS ) (TEO LT, AB ) (Lattelecom 203) 20% As with the mobile market the fixed brodband market also shows rather stable market shares for the leading operator. TDC in had the biggest share in a national broadband market in the entire period. Telenor in is the only operator with decreasing market shares throughout the period - going,4 and 0,5 points down to 45 and 6 percent of the market in 203. TeliaSonera s share is quite stable just below 40 percent of the Swedish fixed broadband market. In the market shares of Elisa and TeliaSonera are very close together, and the largest operator has changed two times since Operator with the biggest market share in the period. Market share includes subsidiaries. Only data for in 20 and 203. Only data for in 2007 to 203 and in
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