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Published on : Mar 16, 2017

ALBANY, NY, March 16, 2017: The poor economic scenario induced by the 2008 economic meltdown in Spain resulted in widespread unemployment and lesser disposable incomes. This, in turn, had a prolonged negative impact on its telecom market. After a five-year long recession, the economy is finally showing signs of improving now with GDP growth steadily picking up. Investor confidence has shown improvement and this is boding well for the telecom sector. A new report added by ResearchMoz.us, titled, “Spain - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses,” throws light on important facets of the market in Spain.

The report finds that Spain leads the charge in the telecoms market in Europe in terms of size. Competition is robust among the four mobile network operators, numerous resellers, and mobile virtual network operators. This coupled with regulation of roaming and mobile termination rate (MTR), has brought down the cost of mobile calls. However, the number of subscribers too has come down since 2011 with customers cancelling multiple SIM card ownership to suit their reduced budgets. 

The market has witnessed many important developments in the recent past such as the acquisition of Yoigo by Másmóvil and the emergence of 900MHz frequencies for mobile broadband use. Investments have been made in network upgrades to underpin LTE and HSPA+ technologies. Besides, MNOs and vendors are also spending on 5G technologies and services. The auction of another spectrum in 2016 has helped operators cater to the massive demand for mobile data. 

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In Spain, the average broadband penetration is the same as in the European Union. Access price is relatively high, but access speeds have begun to improve with network upgradation. For example, incumbent telco Telefónica has invested in fibre infrastructure while cablecos now commonly provide data at up to 300Mb/s. Further, in the cable sector, Vodafone Spain is trying to deliver DOSCIS3.1 technology that can provide data at speeds above 1Gb/s.

There has been robust increase in fibre broadband connections on account of numerous operators investing in fibre, either through their own networks or via sharing agreements. Telefónica is by far is the main player. 

The report discusses the main characteristics of the telecom market in Spain, furnishes numbers on the fixed-network services sector, and lists the prominent players and their strategies to stay ahead of the curve. The report also throws light on the regulatory issues and presents comparative data and market analyses on the mobile sector, that includes an assessment of the regulatory issues, profiles of main players, and an analysis of mobile data services such as SMS, mobile TV, MMS, i-mode, LTE, 5G, and HSPA.

Additionally, report covers the fixed and wireless broadband markets, along with changes in related technologies such as fibre and broadband powerline. It contains predictions for broadband subscribers till 2021.

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