United Kingdom Telecommunications Report Q4 2013

February 25, 2014

LONDON, Feb. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report:

United Kingdom Telecommunications Report Q4 2013

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BMI View:
The UK telecoms market is mature with high penetration of all services, and a good roll-out of
next generation services. As a result of its maturity the UK market has diminished opportunities for
subscription growth, and operator strategies reflect this by increasingly focusing on value generation from
subscriptions. In the mobile market this means operators are focused on rolling out LTE, with three
networks operational from the end of August 2013, as well as VAS such as mobile advertising and
payments. Meanwhile, in the fixed broadband sector, operators continue to target the converged services
market through the provision of triple- and quad-play packages, with BSkyB the outperformer in this area
since 2010.

Key Data

– The mobile market lost subscriptions in H113, primarily the result of prepaid subscription losses at
Everything Everywhere, with total subscriptions dropping to 76.854mn and a penetration rate of 121.7%
at the end of June 2013.
BMI Industry View 7
Mobile 9
Wireline 11
Business Environment 13
Economic 14
Political 15
Industry Forecast 17
Mobile 17
Table: Telecoms Sector – Mobile – Historical Data And Forecasts 17
Table: Telecoms Sector – ARPU – Historical Data And Forecasts (GBP) 18
Fixed Line 20
Table: Telecoms Sector – Fixed Line – Historical Data And Forecasts 20
Broadband 21
Table: Telecoms Sector – Internet – Historical Data And Forecasts 21
Industry Risk Reward Ratings 24
Table: Developed Markets Risk/Reward Ratings, Q413 26
Market Overview 27
Mobile 27
Regional Perspective 27
Table: UK Mobile Market Regional Comparisons, 2012 28
Key Developments 28
Market Growth 29
Market Share 30
Table: Mobile Market, Q213 31
Subscription Mix 31
Usage 33
MVNOs 34
Networks 35
Table: UK 4G Mobile Spectrum Auction Results 38
Mobile Content/Value-Added Services 40
Table: VAS Timeline 42
Table: Mobile Contract Wins 43
Mobile Operator Data 44
Table: Mobile Market Overview 44
Table: O2 44
Table: Vodafone 45
Table: Everything Everywhere 47
Table: Hutchison 3G 49
Western Europe Mobile Content 51
Monetising Footfall 52
Interoperable M-Commerce A Stronger Proposition 53
Positioning Key To M2M Success 53
Fixed Line 56
Broadband 59
Table: Fixed Broadband Connections By Technology (’000) 59
Pay-TV 64
Wireline (Fixed-Line & Broadband) Developments 71
Table: Wireline Developments, 2010-2013 71
Wireline Operator Data 71
Table: BT 71
Table: Virgin Media 72
Table: BSkyB 73
Industry Trends And Developments 75
Table: Selected Trends And Developments 78
Regulatory Development 80
Regulatory Overview 80
Table: Division Of Regulatory Responsibilities In The UK 80
Regulatory Developments 82
Table: Detailed Outline of 800MHz And 2,600MHz Spectrum Licences 84
Table: Proposed average Mobile Termination Rates (pence per minute) 85
Competitive Landscape 90
Table: Key Players – Telecoms Sector 90
Table: Selected Operators’ Financial Indicators 90
Company Profile 91
BT 91
O2 97
Vodafone 102
Everything Everywhere 106
Regional Overview 112
Alcatel Lucent – Shifting Gear 112
The Shift Plan In Detail 113
Recent Results 114
Table: Alcatel-Lucent: Revenues By Segment, Q113 (EURmn) 115
European Heartland Remains Challenging 115
Table: Alcatel Lucent: Major European Contracts/Trials, H113 117
Demographic Forecast 118
Table: The United Kingdom’s Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (’000) 119
Table: The United Kingdom’s Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total) 119
Table: The United Kingdom’s Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020 120
Table: The United Kingdom’s Rural And Urban Population, 1990-2020 121
Glossary 122
Table: Glossary Of Terms 122
Methodology 124
Table: Key Indicators For Telecommunications Industry Forecasts 124
Telecoms Risk/Reward Ratings 125
Table: Ratings Indicators 126
Table: Weighting Of Indicators 127

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United Kingdom Telecommunications Report Q4 2013

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