TTP for SMEs: Opportunities and Threats for Incumbents

  • ID: 3846254
  • Report
  • 9 pages
  • Analysys Mason Group
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"FTTP roll-outs pose a threat to leased-line revenue, but incumbents have good reasons to offer FTTP broadband access to SMEs."

Incumbents investing in fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) deployments run the risk of cannibalising leased-line revenue, but have the opportunity to increase customer numbers and ARPU. This short report assesses the business case for incumbents to invest in FTTP for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

This report provides:

-     a summary of the advantages and disadvantages that rolling out FTTP for SMEs will have for incumbents
-     an assessment of the risk that FTTP for SMEs poses to leased-line revenue
-     an overview of the results of incumbent FTTP roll-outs for SMEs
-     recommendations for incumbents considering whether to deploy FTTP for SMEs.

"FTTP roll-outs pose a threat to leased-line revenue, but incumbents have good reasons to offer FTTP broadband access to SMEs."
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