Triple and quad play: Convergence comes to Western European Telecoms markets

September 01, 2015  | Subscribers Only

Seth Wallis-Jones Seth Wallis-Jones Principal Analyst, Telecommunications
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With an analysis of the rationale and impact of product bundling by operators, this report examines the shape of the triple and quad play markets in key western European markets – France, Germany, Italy, Spain and The United Kingdom. Significant differences have emerged between these countries as governments and operators chase the target of fast, efficient and popular networks which bundling and convergence aim to facilitate.

Highlights: 

Network convergence
Triple play
Quad play

In this report: 

Multi-play operators, Bouyges, Free, Iliad, Orange France, Numericable, SFR, Deutsche Telekom, Tele Columbus, Unitymedia, Vodafone Germany, Fastweb, Telecom Italia, Vodafone Italy, Wind, Euskaltel, Ono, Orange Spain, Telefonica, Vodafone Spain, BT, EE, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media

List of charts and tables: 

Charts:

  • European Fixed Line Market 2014
  • France triple play 
  • Quad play France 
  • Orange multi-play subscribers
  • Numericable multi-play subscribers
  • SFR Multi-play subscribers
  • Germany Triple play
  • Germany Quad play
  • Italy Triple Play
  • Spain Triple Play 
  • Spain Quad Play
  • Euskaltel Multi-play Subscribers
  • Ono Multiplay Subscribers
  • Orange Multi-play Subscribers
  • Telefónica Multi-play Subscribers
  • UK Triple Play
  • UK Quad Play

Tables:

  • Mobile lines per converged household 2014
  • France: Mobile ARPU Q1 2015
  • Pay TV uptake 2014     

Number of pages: 17 
Number of charts and tables: 20 (17 charts and 3 tables)

Seth Wallis-Jones

Principal Analyst, Telecommunications

Seth Wallis-Jones, a principal research analyst at Omdia, covers operator strategies for the Service Providers and Platforms team.

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