Regional markets

A wide range of trends and topics in the telecoms, media and related technology (TMT) industry affect multiple markets worldwide, but there is also a unique set of issues and characteristics for each specific regional market. The TMT landscape in Europe, for example, is completely different from that in the Middle East and Africa, which again is very different from Asia–Pacific.

Our range of regional market programmes delve into the unique challenges and opportunities of specific geographical regions around the world. The research is headed by experienced analysts and consultants who live in the regions in which they are researching, across the network of Analysys Mason offices worldwide.

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  • Spain telecoms market report 2019

    This country report and accompanying data annex provide a comprehensive overview of Spain's telecoms market, including KPIs and data on subscribers, penetration, revenue and ARPU. The report analyses the strategies of major players in the country's fixed and mobile telecoms markets, and includes market share data and operators' infrastructure status.

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  • Central and Eastern Europe telecoms market: trends and forecasts 2018–2023

    Telecoms service revenue in Central and Eastern Europe will increase during the forecast period, supported by a more positive economic outlook. Mobile data revenue and fixed broadband deployments will remain key areas for retail revenue growth. The growth in retail revenue from mobile data (supported by improved LTE network coverage, LTE-A speeds and capacity upgrades) will be particularly crucial for the total telecoms revenue growth.

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  • Western Europe telecoms market: trends and forecasts 2018–2023

    We expect that total revenue growth in the telecoms market in Western Europe will continue, driven by fixed broadband revenue growth. In this report, we examine operator strategies and country-specific topic and provide recommendations for mobile and fixed operators in Western Europe.

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