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Brazil Telecommunications Report Q3 2016

  • June 2016
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  • Business Monitor International
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  • 68 pages

Includes 3 FREE quarterly updates

BMI View: The challenging macroeconomic environment and the uncertain political outlook cast a longshadow over all sectors in Brazil, including telecommunications. Ambitious national broadband expansioninitiatives, plans to abolish the legacy geographic wireline concessions system and the auction of mobilebroadband spectrum all depend on political continuity, which hangs in the balance following theimpeachment of President Roussef in Q216.

Latest Updates & Industry Developments

- 23mn mobile users were shed in 2015 as operators disconnected inactive SIM cards. More accuratedata will enable operators to plan service and network upgrades more effectively and lower operatingcosts. 3G/4G migration will be a growth driver through to 2020, by which time there will be246.6mn subscribers.

- Wireline and cable TV operators reported subscriber losses in 2015, with mobile substitution theleading cause. Upgrades to fibre and defections to competitive carriers were also to blame, mitigating theoverall decline.

Table Of Contents

Brazil Telecommunications Report Q3 2016
BMI Industry View 7
SWOT 8
Industry Forecast 9
Latest Updates 9
Structural Trends 9
Table: Telecoms Sector - Historical Data and Forecasts (Brazil 2014-2020) 12
Risk Reward Ratings 13
Latin America Risk/Reward Index 13
Table: Latin America - Telecoms Risk/Reward Index, Q3 2016 15
Industry Risk Reward Ratings 16
Market Overview 18
Market Drivers and Trends 18
Mobile 19
Table: Brazil 3G Subscriptions By Technology ('000) 23
Table: Vendors Selected For 4G Roll-Outs 24
Wireline Voice and Broadband 27
Table: Fixed Lines In Service - Historical Concessionaires 27
Table: Fixed Lines In Service - Authorised Operators 28
Table: Wireline Broadband Subscriptions By Operator 29
Pay-TV/Convergence 30
Table: Pay-TV Subscriptions By Provider 32
Regulatory Development 33
Regulatory Overview 33
Table: Brazil's Regulatory Bodies And Their Responsibilities 34
Competitive Landscape 36
Table: Key Players - Telecoms 36
Table: Key Players - Media Sector 36
Mobile Operator Data 37
Table: Mobile Market Overview 37
Table: Vivo 38
Table: Claro 40
Table: TIM Brasil 41
Table: Oi 42
Table: Nextel do Brasil 43
Company Profile 44
Oi 44
Vivo (Telefônica) 48
TIM Brasil 51
Claro (America Móvil) 54
Demographic Forecast 57
Table: Population Headline Indicators (Brazil 1990-2025) 58
Table: Key Population Ratios (Brazil 1990-2025) 58
Table: Urban/Rural Population and Life Expectancy (Brazil 1990-2025) 59
Table: Population By Age Group (Brazil 1990-2025) 59
Table: Population By Age Group % (Brazil 1990-2025) 60
Glossary 62
Table: Glossary Of Terms 62
Methodology 64
Industry Forecast Methodology 64
Sources 66
Risk/Reward Index Methodology 66
Table: Risk/Reward Index Indicators 67
Table: Weighting Of Indicators 68

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