Slovakia – Fixed Broadband Market


8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Slovakia’s broadband market has shown steady growth in recent years, with access competition predominately based on infrastructure platforms including DSL, cable and fibre.

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DSL remains the dominant platform for connections, while the cable sector is particularly strong in urban areas.

A fast-developing FttX infrastructure has been supported by sympathetic regulatory measures. There are also wireless broadband options from the mobile network operators, while in mid-2017 Orange launched a home-LTE service intended to provide broadband to areas lacking DSL.

Increased internet usage supports Slovakia’s internet society, which has received substantial EU funding aimed at developing and improving access to e-government and other online services.

This report addresses Slovakia’s fixed-line and wireless broadband markets, providing an overview of major players, as well as statistics and market analyses and broadband subscriber forecasts.

Key developments:
Regulator concludes 3.6-3.8GHz auction; Orange Slovakia to increase FttP footprint to over one million premises by end-2018; UPC aiming to integrate its units in the Czech Republic and Slovakia; Slovak Telecom fined by competition authorities for imposing excessive wholesale access charges; UPC Slovakia’s Fibre Power service extended to more cities; municipal FttP developments showing further growth; Slovak Telekom launches a 300Mb/s fibre service; WiMAX Telecom bought by Slovanet; report update includes the regulator’s market data to June 2016, telcos’ operating data to Q2 2017, recent market developments.

Companies mentioned in this report:
Slovak Telecom, Orange Slovakia, UPC Slovakia.

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