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Fixed–mobile convergence (FMC) will gather pace in Western Europe (WE) during the period to 2019 – particularly in France, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain – while take-up will continue to be slow in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) because of lower fixed service penetration, which reduces the demand for FMC.
Our newly updated European Core Forecasts and Global Telecoms Forecasts telecoms market forecast reports for Central and Eastern Europe and Western Europe reflect many significant drivers of telecoms revenue – including regulation, take-up of over-the-top (OTT) services, in-market consolidation, pricing dynamics and new-generation networks – but FMC is one of the most important. This article analyses the implications of convergence for operator key performance indicators (KPIs) and the overall impact on telecoms market revenue in Europe in the period up to 2019.
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