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Luxembourg - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

  • ID: 3763617
  • Report
  • April 2020
  • Region: Luxembourg
  • 173 Pages
  • Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd
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POST Luxembourg Reports Continuing Growth in the Telecoms Sector

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Cegecom
  • POST Luxembourg
  • Tango
  • Telecom Luxembourg
  • MORE
Overall revenue from electronic communications services in Luxembourg has increased steadily during the last few years though there remains pressure from regulatory measures on areas such as interconnection tariffs and roaming charges, lower consumer use of fixed-line voice services and the prevalence of VoIP/VoBB over traditional PSTN lines. In combination with fixed-mobile substitution, strong growth in VoIP/VoBB services has meant that Luxembourg has one of the lowest fixed-line densities in Europe.

In recent years the incumbent telco POST Telecom (formerly P&T Luxembourg) has concentrated on cloud and managed services, as well as on offering bundled packages. The company offers a 100Mb/s service nationally, while the footprint of its 1Gb/s service is making gains in line with the government's program to provide a 1Gb/s service to all citizens by the end of 2020, and to make Luxembourg the first fully fibred country in Europe. The company also offers broadband based on G.fast technology, primarily aimed at apartment buildings.

Investment in infrastructure is geared towards fulfilling these ambitions, though the level of investment as a proportion of revenue has fallen in recent years, largely as a response to the completion of major projects.

High mobile penetration has slowed subscriber growth in the mobile market since 2005, though a recent law requiring SIM card registration has not an adverse effect on the number of mobile subscribers despite network operators deactivating unregistered cards.

The publisher notes that the outbreak of the Coronavirus in 2020 is having a significant impact on production and supply chains globally. During the coming year the telecoms sector to various degrees is likely to experience a downturn in mobile device production, while it may also be difficult for network operators to manage workflows when maintaining and upgrading existing infrastructure. Overall progress towards 5G may be postponed or slowed down in some countries.

On the consumer side, spending on telecoms services and devices is under pressure from the financial effect of large-scale job losses and the consequent restriction on disposable incomes. However, the crucial nature of telecom services, both for general communication as well as a tool for home-working, will offset such pressures.

Although it is challenging to predict and interpret the long-term impacts of the crisis as it develops, these have been acknowledged in the industry forecasts contained in this report.

The report also covers the responses of the telecom operators as well as government agencies and regulators as they react to the crisis to ensure that citizens can continue to make optimum use of telecom services. This can be reflected in subsidy schemes and the promotion of tele-health and tele-education, among other solutions.

Key Developments:
  • Regulator planning multi-spectrum auction for 5G use by mid-2020;
  • POST Telecom extends G.fast services;
  • POST Group reports 7% revenue growth in 2018, reflecting the strength of its broadband and TV offerings;
  • Telenet acquires the cableco Coditel from Altice for 400 million;
Report update includes the regulator's market data to June 2019, State Statistics Office market data updates, telcos' financial and operating data to Q4 2019, Telecom Maturity Index charts and analyses, assessment of the global impact of COVID-19 on the telecoms sector, recent market developments.

Companies mentioned in this report:

POST Luxembourg, Cegecom, Tango, Telecom Luxembourg
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Cegecom
  • POST Luxembourg
  • Tango
  • Telecom Luxembourg
  • MORE
1 Key statistics

2 Regional Market Comparison
2.1 Europe Telecom Maturity Index by tier
2.2 TMI versus GDP
2.3 Mobile and mobile broadband penetration
2.4 Fixed versus mobile broadband penetration

3 Country overview

4 COVID-19 and its impact on the telecom sector
4.1 Economic considerations and responses
4.2 Mobile devices
4.3 Subscribers
4.4 Infrastructure

5 Telecommunications market
5.1 Market analysis

6 Regulatory environment
6.1 Historical overview
6.2 Legislation
6.3 Regulatory authorities
6.4 Fixed-line developments
6.5 Mobile network developments

7 Mobile market
7.1 Market analysis
7.2 Mobile statistics
7.3 Mobile infrastructure
7.4 Mobile data
7.5 Mobile broadband
7.6 Major mobile operators
7.7 MVNOs
7.8 Mobile content and applications

8 Fixed-line broadband market
8.1 Market analysis
8.2 Government support
8.3 Broadband statistics
8.4 Fixed-line broadband technologies
8.5 Other fixed broadband services

9 Fixed network operators
9.1 Introduction
9.2 POST Telecom
9.3 Cegecom
9.4 Tango
9.5 Telecom Luxembourg

10 Telecommunications infrastructure
10.1 Overview of the national telecom network
10.2 International infrastructure

11 Appendix Historic data

12 Glossary of abbreviations

13 Related reports

List of Tables
Table 1 Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities - Luxembourg 2020 (e)
Table 2 Development of fixed and mobile sector revenue 2009 2018
Table 3 Development of telecom revenue by service 2010 2018
Table 4 Decline in investment as proportion of revenue by sector 2011 2018
Table 5 Decline in telecom investment by sector 2009 2018
Table 6 Development of telecom revenue by incumbent telcos and altnets 2009 2018
Table 7 Development of telecom ARPU by service 2006 2018
Table 8 Development of fixed-line interconnection revenue 2012 2018
Table 9 Development of interconnection traffic by type 2016 2018
Table 10 Increase in Local Loop Unbundling fees 2018 2020
Table 11 Increase in the number of unbundled lines 2009 2019
Table 12 Resale and bitstream lines 2017 2018
Table 13 Change in the number of annual fixed numbers ported 2009 2018
Table 14 Change in mobile termination revenue 2009 2018
Table 15 Decline in the number of annual mobile numbers ported 2006 - 2018
Table 16 Development of mobile roaming revenue 2009 2019
Table 17 Increase in roaming out traffic 2009 2019
Table 18 Growth in the number of mobile connections (incl. M2M) and penetration 2009 2018
Table 19 Growth in the number of mobile subscribers and penetration 2010 2025
Table 20 Development of mobile services revenue by type 2009 2018
Table 21 Growth in mobile traffic by sector 2009 2019
Table 22 Development of in mobile ARPU 2009 2018
Table 23 Change in mobile market share of subscribers by operator 2007 2019
Table 24 Change in the number of prepaid and contract subscribers 2009 2019
Table 25 Change in the number of M2M connections 2010 - 2019
Table 26 Decline in SMS message traffic 2009 2019
Table 27 Change in MMS traffic 2011 2018
Table 28 Growth in the number of mobile broadband subscribers and penetration 2010 2025
Table 29 Growth in mobile data traffic 2009 2019
Table 30 POST Telecom' mobile coverage by platform 2012 2019
Table 31 Change in the number of POST Telecom's mobile subscribers 2009 2019
Table 32 Development of Tango's revenue 2009 2019
Table 33 Change in the number of Tango's mobile subscribers 2010 2019
Table 34 Growth in the number of Orange Luxembourg/Belgium subscribers 2007 2019
Table 35 Development o Orange Luxembourg/Belgium revenue 2017 2019
Table 36 Growth in the number of fixed -broadband subscribers and penetration 2009 2024
Table 37 Change in the number of fixed broadband connections by speed 2010 2019
Table 38 Change in the proportion of broadband subscribers by data rate 2011 2019
Table 39 Proportion of premises having access to broadband by data rate 2014 2018
Table 40 Change in the number of fixed broadband subscribers by platform 2009 2019
Table 41 Annual broadband subscriber growth 2009 2019
Table 42 Change in the market share of broadband subscribers by operator 2006 2019
Table 43 Development of broadband coverage by fixed-line technology 2012 2018
Table 44 Growth in the number of superfast broadband lines by type 2010 2018
Table 45 Change in the number of standard and superfast broadband connections 2010 2018
Table 46 Development of broadband and super-fast broadband population penetration 2011 2018
Table 47 DOCSIS3.0 (FttLA) broadband accessible households 2012 2018
Table 48 Change in the number of cable broadband connections by type 2010 2018
Table 49 Change in the number of DSL and VDSL connections 2010 2018
Table 50 VDSL accessible households 2012 2018
Table 51 Growth in the number of FttP connections 2010 2019
Table 52 Growth in the number of fibre accessible households 2012 2018
Table 53 POST Telecom FttP connections 2010 2018
Table 54 Decline in fixed-line traffic by type 2009 2019
Table 55 Development of altnets' fixed-lines and market share 2009 2018
Table 56 Development of POST Group's financial data 2008 2018
Table 57 Development of POST Group's capex 2013 2018
Table 58 Decline in the number of fixed lines in service and teledensity 2010 2025
Table 59 Change in the number of PSTN/ISDN and VoBB lines in service 2011 2019
Table 60 VoBB lines in service by type 2017 2019
Table 61 Historic - Telecom revenue (fixed, mobile) 2003 2009
Table 62 Historic - Fixed-line traffic by type 2004 2009
Table 63 Historic - Telecom investment by sector 2004 2009
Table 64 Historic - Telecom revenue by incumbent telcos and altnets 2003 2009
Table 65 Historic - Unbundled lines 2004 2009
Table 66 Historic - Annual fixed numbers ported 2003 2009
Table 67 Historic - Mobile (SIM/M2M) connections and penetration 1999 2009
Table 68 Historic - Mobile services revenue 2004 2009
Table 69 Historic - Mobile traffic by sector 2005 2009
Table 70 Historic - Mobile ARPU 2005 2009
Table 71 Historic - Prepaid and contract subscribers 2005 2009
Table 72 Historic - SMS message traffic 2004 2009
Table 73 Historic - POST Telecom mobile subscribers 2004 2009
Table 74 Historic - Broadband market revenue 2003 2016
Table 75 Historic - Annual broadband subscriber growth 2004 2009
Table 76 Historic - Internet users and penetration rate 1995 2015
Table 77 Historic - Broadband subscribers by platform 2001 2009
Table 78 Historic - Broadband coverage by mobile technology 2012 2016
Table 79 Historic - POST Telecom DSL subscribers 2003 2013
Table 80 Historic - POST Telecom VDSL connections 2011 - 2015
Table 81 Historic - POST Telecom broadband coverage by platform 2012 2015
Table 82 Historic - Fixed-services revenue by type 2003 2015
Table 83 Historic - Altnet fixed-lines and market share 2004 2008
Table 84 Historic - POST Luxembourg telecom revenue 2003 2011
Table 85 Historic - Fixed lines in service and teledensity 1995; 1997; 1999 2009

List of Charts
Chart 1 Europe Telecoms Maturity Index Market Leaders (top tier)
Chart 2 Europe Telecoms Maturity Index Market Challengers (middle tier)
Chart 3 Europe Telecoms Maturity Index Market Emergents (bottom tier)
Chart 4 Overall view - Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita
Chart 5 Europe - mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration
Chart 6 Scandinavia and Baltics: mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration
Chart 7 Northern Europe mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration
Chart 8 Southern Europe mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration
Chart 9 Eastern Europe mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration
Chart 10 Scandinavia and Baltics fixed and mobile broadband penetration
Chart 11 Northern Europe fixed and mobile broadband penetration
Chart 12 Southern Europe fixed and mobile broadband penetration
Chart 13 Eastern Europe fixed and mobile broadband penetration
Chart 14 Development of fixed and mobile sector revenue 2009 2018
Chart 15 Development of telecom revenue by service 2010 2018
Chart 16 Decline in investment as proportion of revenue by sector 2011 2018
Chart 17 Decline in telecom investment by sector 2009 2018
Chart 18 Development of telecom revenue by incumbent telcos and altnets 2009 2018
Chart 19 Development of telecom ARPU by service 2006 2018
Chart 20 Development of fixed-line interconnection revenue 2012 2018
Chart 21 Increase in the number of unbundled lines 2009 2019
Chart 22 Change in the number of annual fixed numbers ported 2009 2018
Chart 23 Change in mobile termination revenue 2009 2018
Chart 24 Decline in the number of annual mobile numbers ported 2006 - 2018
Chart 25 Growth in the number of mobile connections (incl. M2M) and penetration 2009 2018
Chart 26 Growth in the number of mobile subscribers and penetration 2010 2025
Chart 27 Development of mobile services revenue by type 2009 2018
Chart 28 Growth in mobile traffic by sector 2009 2019
Chart 29 Development of in mobile ARPU 2009 2018
Chart 30 Change in mobile market share of subscribers by operator 2007 2019
Chart 31 Change in the number of prepaid and contract subscribers 2009 2019
Chart 32 Change in the number of M2M subscriptions 2010 - 2019
Chart 33 Decline in SMS message traffic 2009 2019
Chart 34 Growth in the number of mobile broadband subscribers and penetration 2010 2025
Chart 35 Growth in mobile data traffic 2009 2019
Chart 36 Change in the number of POST Telecom's mobile subscribers 2009 2019
Chart 37 Development of Tango's revenue 2009 2019
Chart 38 Change in the number of Tango's mobile subscribers 2010 2019
Chart 39 Growth in the number of Orange Luxembourg/Belgium subscribers 2007 2019
Chart 40 Growth in the number of fixed -broadband subscribers and penetration 2009 2024
Chart 41 Change in the number of fixed broadband connections by speed 2010 2019
Chart 42 Change in the proportion of broadband subscribers by data rate 2011 2019
Chart 43 Change in the number of fixed broadband subscribers by platform 2009 2019
Chart 44 Change in the market share of broadband subscribers by operator 2006 2019
Chart 45 Development of broadband coverage by fixed-line technology 2012 2018
Chart 46 Growth in the number of superfast broadband lines by type 2011 2018
Chart 47 Change in the number of standard and superfast broadband connections 2010 2018
Chart 48 Development of broadband and super-fast broadband population penetration 2011 2018
Chart 49 Change in the number of cable broadband connections by type 2010 2018
Chart 50 Change in the number of DSL and VDSL connections 2010 2018
Chart 51 Decline in fixed-line traffic by type 2009 2019
Chart 52 Development of altnets' fixed-lines and market share 2009 2018
Chart 53 Development of POST Group's financial data 2008 2018
Chart 54 Decline in the number of fixed lines in service and teledensity 2010 2025
Chart 55 Change in the number of PSTN/ISDN and VoBB lines in service 2011 2019

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1 Generalised Market Characteristics by Market Segment
Exhibit 2 Access and the local loop
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  • POST Luxembourg
  • Cegecom
  • Tango
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