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Household expenditure on telecom services in United Kingdom: Raise in 2015

In comparison to the previous year the indicator rose barely by 3.16%, new figures from UK Office of Communications show. The variable hardly increased from 79.65 Pound Sterling to 82.17 Pound Sterling, versus the prior year when it fell by 0.97 percent. The overall changes for the previous 6 years attained a fall of 4.52%. Moreover, the household expenditure on telecom services is now smaller than its average which equals 82.6 Pound Sterling and the indicator illustrates a moderate overall decline since the 2010. It reached its all-time high of 86.06 Pound Sterling in 2010 and record low of 79.65 Pound Sterling in 2014.

Household expenditure on telecom services in United Kingdom: Raise in 2015
Date Pound Sterling Variation
2015 82.17 3.16
2014 79.65 -0.97
2013 80.43 -3.28
2012 83.16 -1.15
2011 84.13 -2.24
2010 86.06 N/A

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Main Telecom Indicators

  • Telecom Expenditure

    Household expenditures on telecom services such as voice calls, mobile calls, internet access or pay TV (cable, fiber or DSL).

  • Telecom Revenue

    Revenues generated from telecom activities such as voice calls, mobile calls, internet access or pay TV (cable, fiber or DSL) . Revenues can be derived from service to consumers or businesses.

  • Telecom Subscribers

    Household subscription to telecom companies providing services such as voice calls, mobile calls, internet access or pay TV (cable, fiber or DSL).

  • Telecom Market Share

    Revenue or subscription market shares from telecom activities such as voice calls, mobile calls, internet access or pay TV (cable, fiber or DSL) . Revenues can be derived from service to consumers or businesses.

  • Telecom Subscriber Addition

    New subscription to telecom companies providing services such as voice calls, mobile calls, internet access or pay TV (cable, fiber or DSL).

  • Internet Penetration

    Number of internet subscriptions, usually measured per 100 inhabitants. The penetration rate measures a product's degree of adoption among the population. Based on: Eurostat.

  • Broadband Subscribers

    Subscriptions to high-speed access to the public internet (TCP/IP connection). This statistic is measured irrespective of the method of payment. It excludes subscribers that have access to data communications (including the Internet) via mobile-cellular networks. Based on: International Telecommunication Union.

  • Mobile Subscribers

    Subscriptions to a public mobile telephone service providing access to Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) using cellular technology, including number of pre-paid SIM cards active during the past three months. This includes both analogue and digital cellular systems (IMT-2000, 3G, 4G), but excludes mobile broadband subscriptions via data cards or USB modems. Based on: International Telecommunication Union.

  • Internet Use Frequency