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Argentina - Fixed Broadband Market - Statistics and Analyses - Product Image

Argentina - Fixed Broadband Market - Statistics and Analyses

  • ID: 3763678
  • Report
  • Region: Argentina
  • 33 pages
  • Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ARSAT
  • Claro
  • Grupo Clarín
  • Netizen
  • Red Intercable
  • Telecentro
  • MORE
Argentina has one of the highest broadband penetration rates in Latin America. The country's economic and political difficulties during the last decade have impacted on sector investments, though there have been steady improvements in recent quarters. In 2017 about ARS22.37 billion was invested in the fixed-line sector, while in the first quarter of 2018 an additional ARS6.34 was invested. A large tranch of this was earmarked for expanding fibre networks beyond areas of the principal cities. This work has had a positive effect on the delivery of services, with the average download speed having increased from 5.3Mb/s in the first quarter of 2016 to 12Mb/s by the fourth quarter of 2017 and to 13.2Mb/s by the second quarter of 2018.

The market still suffers from limited competition, with the two fixed-line incumbents Movistar (known as Telefónica de Argentina before a rebranding exercise in April 2018) and Telecom Argentina dominating the DSL platform. These operators offer similar services and together control about two-thirds of all fixed-line broadband connections. The only meaningful competition was from the cable modem platform, which was owned by Grupo Clarín's Cablevisión unit until early 2018 when it was acquired by Telecom Argentina. The merger of the two companies (approved by the competition authorities in June 2018) was made possible following an early 2017 decree allowing telcos to branch into the cable TV sector.

A national connectivity plan, dubbed Argentina Conectada', involves the deployment of broadband services and free-to-air digital TV to underserved parts of the country. The plan was launched in late 2010, with the state-owned satellite company ARSAT responsible for the project. In August 2016 ARSAT also became a partner in a project to deliver low-cost broadband to 1,200 localities across the country. The project is expected to cost ARS4.53 billion, of which ARS3.66 billion will be used to connect localities to the Federal Fibre-Optic Network (REFEFO), which is comprised of a federal backbone network made up of thirteen geographic regions, as well as provincial networks interconnected to the backbone. The network will span 58,000km and connect around 2,600 localities, accounting for 90% of the population. By mid-2018 about three-quarters of the project had been completed.

This report provides an overview of Argentina's fixed and fixed-wireless broadband markets, acCompanies by statistics, analyses, and subscriber forecasts.

Key Developments:

Telecom Argentina scales down investment in response to macro-economic difficulties;
Cablevisión merged with Telecom Argentina;
TVFuego builds a GPON network;
Report update includes the regulators market data to March 2018, company financial and operating data to Q2 2018, recent market developments.

Companies mentioned in this report include:

Movistar (Telefónica de Argentina), Telecom Argentina, Grupo Clarín, Cablevisión, Claro, VeloCom, Netizen, Phonevision/Omnivision, Telpin, DirecTV, Supercanal, Telecentro, Red Intercable, ARSAT, MercadoLibre.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ARSAT
  • Claro
  • Grupo Clarín
  • Netizen
  • Red Intercable
  • Telecentro
  • MORE
1 Introduction and statistical overview
1.1 Market analysis
1.2 Broadband statistics
1.3 National Broadband Plan
1.4 Forecasts broadband subscribers 2019; 2021 2023

2 Hybrid Fibre Coax (HFC) networks
2.1 Cablevisión (FiberTel)

3 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks
3.1 Movistar (Telefónica Argentina/Speedy)
3.2 Telecom Argentina (Arnet)

4 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) networks

5 Other fixed broadband services
5.1 Wireless broadband
5.2 Satellite broadband

6 Digital economy
6.1 E-government
6.2 E-education
6.3 E-commerce
6.4 Online banking

7 Related reports

List of Tables
Table 1 Broadband market share by technology 2016 2018
Table 2 Broadband market share by provider 2003 2015
Table 3 Historic - Internet users and user penetration 1996 2009
Table 4 Internet users and user penetration 2010 2018
Table 5 Fixed-line internet subscribers and penetration rates 2000 2018
Table 6 Fixed broadband subscribers and penetration rates 2001 2018
Table 7 Fixed-line broadband and dial-up subscribers 2008 2018
Table 8 Fixed internet services revenue 2013 2018
Table 9 Fixed internet services ARPU 2013 2018
Table 10 Fixed internet subscriptions by access speed 2017 2018
Table 11 Forecast broadband subscribers 2019; 2021; 2023
Table 12 Cable modem subscribers and penetration rates 2001 2018
Table 13 Historic - FiberTel broadband subscribers 2003 2016
Table 14 DSL subscribers and penetration rates 2001 2018
Table 15 Movistar broadband subscribers 2001 2018
Table 16 Telecom Argentina broadband subscribers 2003 2018
Table 17 Telecom Argentina broadband ARPU 2011 2018
Table 18 Movistar FttX broadband subscribers 2016 2018
Table 19 Fibre broadband subscribers 2012 2018
Table 20 Fixed wireless broadband subscribers 2010 2018

List of Charts
Chart 1 Internet users and user penetration 2005 2018
Chart 2 Fixed-line internet subscribers and penetration rates 2005 2018
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  • Movistar (Telefónica de Argentina)
  • Telecom Argentina
  • Grupo Clarín
  • Cablevisión
  • Claro
  • VeloCom
  • Netizen
  • Phonevision/Omnivision
  • Telpin
  • DirecTV
  • Supercanal
  • Telecentro
  • Red Intercable
  • ARSAT
  • MercadoLibre.
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