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Slovenia's fixed-line telecom market is dominated by Telekom Slovenije. The company has suffered from declining revenue since 2009, and so in a bid to diversify business interests and lessen the reliance pure telecom services the company is looking to expand into the electricity and insurance sectors, capitalising o its extensive customer base. In response to competition the telco has also followed the path of many European incumbents and developed an international presence, focused predominantly on the Balkans region where it is becoming a regional provider of IT and multimedia services.
In the overall telecom market, regulatory intervention has improved market conditions for competitors. LLU fees, based on regulated pricing models, continue to trend downwards but despite this there has been a steady reduction in the number of unbundled local loop connections.
This report offers a variety of insightful statistics and a concise overview of Slovenia's fixed-line telecoms market, covering the major players, regulatory measures and developments in fixed-line infrastructure.
Si.mobil merged with Amis Telekom; alternative operator T-2 again placed into receivership; Telekom Slovenije planning to enter the electricity and insurance markets; contract awarded to build a wireless network for the Slovenian railway network; sharp rise in VoIP connections as PSTN declines; telecoms sector investment recovers from economic downturn; insufficient access regulation hindering altnet investment in NGNs; National Assembly adopts the Electronic Communications Act; report update includes the regulator's market report to June 2016, State Statistical data to Q2 2016, telcos' operating and financial data to Q3 2016; recent market developments.
Companies mentioned in this report:
Telekom Slovenije, Amis Telekom, T-2.
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