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As the need to deploy superfast systems becomes apparent, telcos are signing more and more cooperation agreements (sharing, pooling, outsourcing) and seeking out new financing models. But they also need to keep up with network investments. Based on an analysis of the global marketplace and its players (23 countries, 20 telcos profiled), this report provides with fixed and mobile CapEx from 2010 to 2015, and analyses why the pace of investment was maintained in 2015.
America Movil,AT&T,BCE,Bharti Airtel,BT,Century Link,China Mobile,China Telecom,China Unicom,Comcast,Deutsche Telekom,Etisalat,KDDI,KT,Liberty Global,MTN,NTT,Numericable-SFR,Orange,SK Telecom,Softbank,Swisscom,Telecom Italia,Telefónica,Telenor,TeliaSonera,Telstra,Time Warner Cable,Verizon,Vodafone
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