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欧州 - モバイルネットワーク事業者(MNO)と仮想移動体通信事業者(MVNO)

Europe - Mobile Network Operators and MVNOs

 

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この調査レポートは欧州のモバイルネットワーク事業者(MNO)と仮想移動体通信事業者(MVNO)を掲載したBuddeCommの市場調査報告書です。

Description

This report provides an overview of the mobile network operators and MVNOs in Europe. It includes a range of performance indicators (operating and financial data) as well as analyses on recent regulatory developments and issues relating to market competition and to spectrum auctions and refarming.

Brief company history and shareholder structure;
Licences and technology deployments;
Subscriber evolution;
Average Revenue per User (ARPU);
Market position;Europe Telecoms Maturity Index.
Current publication date:- July 2018 (8th Edition)

Report Description

Europe’s MNOs progressing on path to 5GEurope remains a global workhorse in the development of mobile technologies, services and applications. Vendors within the region have been at the forefront of technological progress, and they remain so with the ongoing migration to 5G. The region includes some smaller countries by population, such as Luxembourg, Iceland and Malta, as well as well as some with substantial subscriber bases, including Germany, France, Russia and the UK. In general terms the region’s wealth, supported by the high disposable income of a populace largely recovered from the effects of the GFC, has fostered a wide range of services which have in turn stimulated innovation and entrepreneurial activity.
The mobile sector has also been supported by pan-regional efforts to co-ordinate a migratory path from older technologies to 5G. The European Union has for some time been engaged in efforts to develop the European Digital Single Market, recently updated from 2020 to 2025. Associated with this is the 5G Action Plan, providing a roadmap for public and private investment in 5G and related infrastructure. Europe’s MNOs are heavily engaged in this enterprise. In the process, some operators have developed plans to close down 2G and 3G services: BT in the UK aims to close its 3G network by 2022 as it transitions to 5G and makes more intense use of its 4G capabilities. Physical assets as well as spectrum concessions, which are currently used for these older technologies, are being repurposed by operators as they concentrate investment in 4G and 5G services.
While there are a large number of operators in the region, there are also a few pan-regional players, including Telefonica (O2), Orange Group, Telekom Deutschland (T-Mobile), Telenor and Telia Company. These operators are able to capitalise on scale as well as on applying the experiences gained in one market to benefit services in another. This increasingly applies to emerging technologies, including FttP, iterations of LTE, and 5G. As such, these operators are increasingly morphing from being providers of mobile voice and data services to being providers of a full range of converged services, incorporating mobile and fixed-line services as well as digital media.
With regards to 5G, some early commercial launches are expected by late 2019 while a more extensive availability of services is anticipated during 2020. Factors which will influence operators’ decisions on timing the launch of 5G within European markets include the affordability and availability of 5G-compatible smartphones, and the availability of sufficient spectrum assigned for 5G. The 5G Action Plan is addressing this latter consideration through a co-ordinated response to the release and auction of 5G-suitable spectrum in the 3.4-3.8GHz range as well as the 26GHz ‘pioneer’ band, in addition to refarmed spectrum in the 700MHz band.
Companies mentioned in this report:
Bouygues, Cosmote, DNA, EE (BT), Elisa, Free, Hutchison (3), KPN, Lifecell (Asterlit), MDC, MegaFon, Meo, MTS, NOS, O2-CR, Orange, Polkomtel, Proximus, SFR, Sunrise, Swisscom, TDC, Tele 2, Telecom Italia, Telefonica (O2), Telekom Austria, Telekom Deutschland (T-mobile), Telekom Romania, Telenet (BASE), Telenor, Telia, VEON (Vimpelcom) (Beeline), Vivacom, Vodafone, Wind-Tre, Yoigo.

Executive Summary

Europe’s MNOs progressing on path to 5GEurope remains a global workhorse in the development of mobile technologies, services and applications. Vendors within the region have been at the forefront of technological progress, and they remain so with the ongoing migration to 5G. The region includes some smaller countries by population, such as Luxembourg, Iceland and Malta, as well as well as some with substantial subscriber bases, including Germany, France, Russia and the UK. In general terms the region’s wealth, supported by the high disposable income of a populace largely recovered from the effects of the GFC, has fostered a wide range of services which have in turn stimulated innovation and entrepreneurial activity.
The mobile sector has also been supported by pan-regional efforts to co-ordinate a migratory path from older technologies to 5G. The European Union has for some time been engaged in efforts to develop the European Digital Single Market, recently updated from 2020 to 2025. Associated with this is the 5G Action Plan, providing a roadmap for public and private investment in 5G and related infrastructure. Europe’s MNOs are heavily engaged in this enterprise. In the process, some operators have developed plans to close down 2G and 3G services: BT in the UK aims to close its 3G network by 2022 as it transitions to 5G and makes more intense use of its 4G capabilities. Physical assets as well as spectrum concessions, which are currently used for these older technologies, are being repurposed by operators as they concentrate investment in 4G and 5G services.
While there are a large number of operators in the region, there are also a few pan-regional players, including Telefonica (O2), Orange Group, Telekom Deutschland (T-Mobile), Telenor and Telia Company. These operators are able to capitalise on scale as well as on applying the experiences gained in one market to benefit services in another. This increasingly applies to emerging technologies, including FttP, iterations of LTE, and 5G. As such, these operators are increasingly morphing from being providers of mobile voice and data services to being providers of a full range of converged services, incorporating mobile and fixed-line services as well as digital media.
With regards to 5G, some early commercial launches are expected by late 2019 while a more extensive availability of services is anticipated during 2020. Factors which will influence operators’ decisions on timing the launch of 5G within European markets include the affordability and availability of 5G-compatible smartphones, and the availability of sufficient spectrum assigned for 5G. The 5G Action Plan is addressing this latter consideration through a co-ordinated response to the release and auction of 5G-suitable spectrum in the 3.4-3.8GHz range as well as the 26GHz ‘pioneer’ band, in addition to refarmed spectrum in the 700MHz band.
Companies mentioned in this report:
Bouygues, Cosmote, DNA, EE (BT), Elisa, Free, Hutchison (3), KPN, Lifecell (Asterlit), MDC, MegaFon, Meo, MTS, NOS, O2-CR, Orange, Polkomtel, Proximus, SFR, Sunrise, Swisscom, TDC, Tele 2, Telecom Italia, Telefonica (O2), Telekom Austria, Telekom Deutschland (T-mobile), Telekom Romania, Telenet (BASE), Telenor, Telia, VEON (Vimpelcom) (Beeline), Vivacom, Vodafone, Wind-Tre, Yoigo.


目次

1. Regional mobile overview
1.1 Overview and analysis
1.2 Europe Telecoms Maturity Index
1.2.1 Overview
1.2.2 Europe Telecoms Maturity Index by tier
1.2.3 Europe Telecoms Maturity Index by region
1.2.4 TMI versus GDP
2. Albania
2.1 Market analysis
2.2 Operator statistics
2.3 Telekom Albania (Albanian Mobile Communications)
2.4 Vodafone Albania
2.5 Albtelecom
2.6 Plus Communications
2.7 MVNOs
3. Austria
3.1 Market analysis
3.2 Operator statistics
3.3 Orange Austria
3.4 3 Austria (Drei Austria)
3.5 A1
3.6 T-Mobile Austria
3.7 MVNOs
4. Belarus
4.1 Market overview
4.2 Belcel/Diallog
4.3 Mobile Digital Communications (MDC)/velcom
4.4 Mobile TeleSystems (MTS)
4.5 BeST/life :)
4.6 MVNOs
5. Belgium
5.1 Market analysis
5.2 Operator statistics
5.3 Proximus
5.4 Orange Belgium (Mobistar)
5.5 BASE
5.6 MVNOs
6. Bosnia-Herzegovina
6.1 Market analysis
6.2 Operator statistics
6.3 BH Mobile
6.4 Mobilna Srpske (m:tel)
6.5 HT Mobile (Eronet)
6.6 MVNOs
7. Bulgaria
7.1 Market analysis
7.2 Operator statistics
7.3 Vivacom
7.4 MobilTel/M-Tel
7.5 Telenor Bulgaria (Cosmo Bulgaria Mobile/GloBul)
7.6 MVNOs
8. Croatia
8.1 Market analysis
8.2 Operator statistics
8.3 T-HT
8.4 VIPnet
8.5 Tele2 Croatia
8.6 MVNOs
9. Cyprus
9.1 Market analysis
9.2 Operator statistics
9.3 Cytamobile-Vodafone
9.4 MTN Cyprus
9.5 Kibris Telekom
9.6 PrimeTel
9.7 MVNOs
10. Czech Republic
10.1 Market analysis
10.2 Operator statistics
10.3 O2 Czech Republic
10.4 T-Mobile Czech Republic
10.5 Vodafone Czech Republic
10.6 Nordic Telecom (MobilKom/U:fon)
10.7 MVNOs
11. Denmark
11.1 Market analysis
11.2 Operator statistics
11.3 TDC
11.4 Telenor Denmark
11.5 Telia Danmark
11.6 3 Denmark
11.7 MVNOs
12. Estonia
12.1 Market analysis
12.2 Telia (Eesti Mobiltelefon, EMT)
12.3 Elisa
12.4 Tele2 Estonia
12.5 MVNOs
13. Finland
13.1 Market analysis
13.2 Operator statistics
13.3 Telia
13.4 DNA
13.5 Elisa
13.6 MVNOs
14. France
14.1 Market analysis
14.2 Operator statistics
14.3 Orange
14.4 SFR Group
14.5 Free Mobile
14.6 Bouygues Telecom
14.7 MVNOs
15. Germany
15.1 Market analysis
15.2 Operator statistics
15.3 Telekom Deutschland
15.4 Vodafone Germany
15.5 Telefonica Germany
15.6 MVNOs
15.6.1 Drillisch
15.6.2 Freenet
16. Greece
16.1 Market analysis
16.2 Operator statistics
16.3 Wind Hellas
16.4 Vodafone Greece
16.5 Cosmote
16.6 MVNOs
17. Hungary
17.1 Market analysis
17.2 Operator statistics
17.3 T-Mobile Hungary (MTel)
17.4 Telenor Hungary
17.5 Vodafone Hungary
17.6 MPVI Mobil
17.7 MVNOs
18. Iceland
18.1 Market analysis
18.2 Operator statistics
18.3 Major mobile operators
18.4 MVNO
19. Ireland
19.1 Market analysis
19.2 Operator statistics
19.3 Vodafone Ireland
19.4 O2 Ireland (historic)
19.5 Eir
19.6 3 Ireland
19.7 MVNOs
20. Italy
20.1 Market analysis
20.2 Operator statistics
20.3 Wind Tre (3 Italia/Wind)
20.4 TIM
20.5 Vodafone Italy
20.6 Iliad
20.7 MVNOs
21. Kosovo
21.1 Market analysis
21.2 Operator statistics
21.3 Vala
21.4 Ipko
21.5 MVNOs
22. Latvia
22.1 Market analysis
22.2 Latvia Mobilais Telefons (LMT)
22.3 Tele2 Latvia
22.4 Telekom Baltija/Triatel
22.5 Bite Latvia
22.6 MVNOs
23. Lithuania
23.1 Market analysis
23.2 Operator statistics
23.3 Mobile operators overview
23.4 Telia
23.5 Bite
23.6 Tele2 Lithuania
23.7 MVNOs
24. Luxembourg
24.1 Market analysis
24.2 Operator statistics
24.3 POST Telecom
24.4 Tango
24.5 Orange
24.6 MVNOs
25. Macedonia
25.1 Market analysis
25.2 Operator statistics
25.3 Mobile operators overview
25.3.1 MakTel
25.3.2 ONE
25.3.3 One.VIP (VIP Operator)
25.4 MVNOs
26. Malta
26.1 Market analysis
26.2 Operator statistics
26.3 Vodafone Malta
26.4 GO Mobile
26.5 Melita Mobile
26.6 MVNOs
27. Moldova
27.1 Market analysis
27.2 Operator statistics
27.3 Orange Moldova
27.4 Moldcell
27.5 Eventis
27.6 Moldtelecom
27.7 IDC
28. Montenegro
28.1 Market analysis
28.2 Operator statistics
28.3 Telenor Montenegro
28.4 T-Mobile Montenegro
28.5 M:tel
29. Netherlands
29.1 Market analysis
29.2 Operator statistics
29.3 KPN
29.4 VodafoneZiggo
29.5 T-Mobile Netherlands
29.6 MVNOs
30. Norway
30.1 Market analysis
30.2 Operator statistics
30.3 Telenor Mobil
30.3.1 Network contracts
30.4 Telia
30.5 Mobile Norway
30.6 Teletopia
30.7 Ice
30.8 MVNOs
31. Poland
31.1 Market analysis
31.2 Operator statistics
31.3 Orange Poland (PTK Centertel)
31.4 Polkomtel/Plus GSM
31.5 T-Mobile Poland
31.5.1 CenterNet
31.6 Mobyland
31.7 MVNOs
31.7.1 P4/Play
31.7.2 Mobile Vikings
32. Portugal
32.1 Market analysis
32.2 Operator statistics
32.3 Meo
32.4 Vodafone Portugal
32.5 NOS (Zon Optimus)
32.6 MVNOs
33. Romania
33.1 Market analysis
33.2 Vodafone Romania
33.3 Orange Romania
33.4 Telekom Romania Mobile (formerly Cosmote Romania)
33.4.1 Telemobil/Zapp
33.5 Digi Mobil
33.6 MVNOs
33.7 Mobile Virtual Network Aggregators (MVNAs)
34. Russia
34.1 Market analysis
34.2 Operator statistics
34.3 Mobile operators overview
34.3.1 Mobile TeleSystems (MTS)
34.3.2 VEON (VimpelCom / Beeline)
34.3.3 MegaFon
34.3.4 Tele2 Russia
34.3.5 SMARTS Group
34.3.6 Uralsvyazinform
34.3.7 Rostelecom
34.3.8 VolgaTelecom
34.3.9 Skylink
34.4 MVNOs
35. Serbia
35.1 Market analysis
35.2 Operator statistics
35.3 Telenor Serbia
35.4 Mobilna Telefonija Srbija (MTS)
35.5 Vip Mobile
35.6 MVNOs
36. Slovakia
36.1 Market analysis
36.2 T-Mobile Slovakia (Slovak Telekom)
36.3 Orange Slovakia
36.4 Telefonica O2
36.5 SWAN Mobile
36.6 MVNOs
37. Slovenia
37.1 Market analysis
37.2 Operator statistics
37.3 Mobile operators overview
37.3.1 Mobitel
37.3.2 A1 Slovenia (Si.mobil)
37.3.3 Telemach Mobil (Tu?mobil)
37.3.4 T-2
37.4 MVNOs
37.4.1 Debitel
37.4.2 Voljamobil (IZI Mobil)
37.4.3 Amis Mobil
38. Spain
38.1 Market analysis
38.2 Operator statistics
38.3 Movistar
38.4 Vodafone Spain
38.5 Orange Espana
38.6 Yoigo (Masmovil)
38.7 MVNOs
これ以降の目次はデータリソースまでお申し付けください。

 

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