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By collecting data from various sources, such as our Consumer Panel and Mobile Tracker, we are able to continuously track short and long term trends in the telecommunications market. With this information we compile different kinds of reports about various subjects, spread out across different markets and countries. This research can provide you with the data you need to support your business.

These reports come in various shapes and sizes, such as research briefs, quarterly reports, competitive updates, promotions updates and regularly updated company profiles. Subjects covered are, for example, the Dutch FTTH market, the pricing of mobile packages across Europe, the pricing of broadband in Western Europe and international roaming habits.

Below you can find a complete list of the research reports we have published. If you need a customized answer, please consult the Custom Research page.

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Vodafone NL Consumer

10 Oct 2018 - CP12002- Vodafone Consumer - Profile - Marion ter Welle - Mobile

This company profile analyses Vodafone Consumer's activities in the Netherlands. The newly formed VodafoneZiggo JV is discussed but as the propositions are still marketed separately to consumers, this profile focuses on the Vodafone offerings. The report contains information on Vodafone Netherlands' current position and strategy. It discusses the company's latest financial figures and gives an overview of its current network. The report provides details of the product portfolio of Vodafone ...

Smart Home Netherlands 2017

24 Oct 2017 - SHN2017 - Report - Maarten van Vliet, Marion ter Welle, Wiebe Hotte - Internet, Mobile

This is the second edition of Telecompaper's report on the state of the Smart Home industry in the Netherlands. The report describes the current state of the Smart Home market in the Netherlands and looks ahead at how the market may develop in the coming years. It is the fruit of interviews with key players in the market and extensive desk research, enhanced with data from a range of Telecompaper sources, such as the Telecompaper Consumer Panel and our comprehensive news database on all TMT ...

Vodafone NL Consumer

04 Oct 2017 - CP12002 - Vodafone Consumer - Profile - Marion ter Welle - Mobile

This company profile analyses Vodafone Consumer's activities in the Netherlands. The newly formed VodafoneZiggo JV is discussed but as the propositions are still marketed separately to consumers, this profile focuses on the Vodafone offerings. The report contains information on Vodafone Netherlands' current position and strategy. It discusses the company's latest financial figures and gives an overview of its current network. The report provides details of the product portfolio of Vodafone ...

Vodafone NL Consumer

02 Mar 2017 - CP12002 Vodafone Consumer - Profile - Marion ter Welle - Mobile

This company profile analyses Vodafone Consumer's activities in the Netherlands. The newly formed VodafoneZiggo JV is discussed but as the propositions are still marketed separately to consumers, this profile focuses on the Vodafone offerings. The report contains information on Vodafone Netherlands' current position and strategy. It discusses the company's latest financial figures and gives an overview of its current network. The report provides details of the product portfolio of Vodafone ...

Smart Home Netherlands 2016

20 Dec 2016 - SHN2016 - Report - Bart Garvelink, Marion ter Welle, Wiebe Hotte - Internet, Mobile

This is the first edition of Telecompaper's report on the state of the Smart Home industry in the Netherlands. The report describes the current state of the Smart Home market in the Netherlands and looks ahead at how the market may develop in the coming years. It is the fruit of interviews with key players in the market and extensive desk research, enhanced with data from a range of Telecompaper sources, such as the Telecompaper Consumer Panel and our comprehensive news database on all TMT ...

Vodafone NL Consumer

13 Sep 2016 - CP12002 - Vodafone Consumer - Profile - Marion ter Welle - Mobile

This company profile analyses Vodafone Consumer's activities in the Netherlands. The report contains information on Vodafone Netherlands' current position and strategy. It discusses the company's latest financial figures and gives an overview of its current network. The report provides details of the product portfolio of Vodafone Consumer. It looks at the market in which Vodafone operates as well as its competitors. Furthermore the profile reports on Vodafone Consumer' marketing activities, ...

Vodafone Consumer NL

22 Jul 2015 - CP12002 - Profile - Alejandra van de Roer - Mobile

This company profile analyses Vodafone Consumer's activities in the Netherlands. The report contains information on Vodafone Netherlands' current position and strategy. It discusses the company's latest financial figures and gives an overview of its current network. The report provides details of the product portfolio of Vodafone Consumer. It looks at the market in which Vodafone operates as well as its competitors. Furthermore the profile reports on Vodafone Consumer' marketing activities, ...

Defining Connected TV

18 Mar 2011 - RB21108 - Brief - Tim Poulus - Broadcast, Internet

What constitutes 'Connected TV'? Aren't all televisions in one way or another connected anyway? And if one hooks up a computer to the TV, does that effectively create a Connected TV? But if a broadband connection is essential, is all IPTV then equal to connected TV? To make matters worse, different manufacturers use different monikers for what appears to be the same. Hybrid TV is used as a term, or 'web augmented TV' (NSN). Intel talks about 'Smart TV' and Netgem pushes 'IPTV 2.0' to describe ...

FTTH networking: Active Ethernet versus Passive Optical Networking and point-to-point vs. point-to-multipoint

17 Nov 2010 - RB21036 - Brief - Tim Poulus - Fixed

There are two broad choices for FTTH networking, based on the choice of topology and technology: Active Ethernet (AON) over point-to-point (p2p) networks and Passive Optical Networking (PON) over p2p or point-to-multipoint networks. In the Netherlands, Reggefiber seems to have pushed the market towards the former, but PON cannot be ruled out for future deployments. There is no consensus on which option is best, and even attributing cost advantages to PON, and bandwidth advantages to AON, is ...

Three reasons for operators to launch OTT services

19 Jul 2010 - RB21017 - Brief - Tim Poulus - Broadcast, Internet

Operators are reluctant to embrace over-the-top (OTT) services. Google and others are mostly seen as competitors. There are however pressing reasons for operators, both the incumbent cable operators and others, to embrace OTT. In this Research Brief, the fourth in our ongoing series devoted to OTT, we explore these ...

OTT: distribution as a scenario for operators

17 Feb 2010 - RB21004 - Brief - Tim Poulus - Broadcast, Internet

TV operators have several options for differentiation. In this brief, we focus on differentiation based on the content portfolio. Over-the-top (OTT) is explored as a content source. True integration of broadcast and broadband content could be a logical next step for OTT to evolve towards, which would be of interest to the incumbents on the broadcast market. OTT content is offered through an evolved media player device, which may ultimately become the central home Media Gateway, as a hub between ...

Connected TV allows operators to benefit from OTT content

02 Nov 2009 - RB29029 - Brief - Tim Poulus - Broadcast, Internet

The Connected TV is best described as a broadband-enabled TV, via either a set-top- box or built-in technology. For telecom operators, the added broadband consumption is something to reckon with, but it also creates an opportunity for them to differentiate their current me-too triple play offerings. Also, they can add new revenue streams from sources such as VoD and advertising. Being able to offer over-the-top content to the TV screen is the most important driver, but the couch potato issue ...

ODF access may kick start FTTH in the Netherlands

23 Apr 2009 - RB29013 - Brief - Tim Poulus - Fixed, Internet

Telecommunications markets are moving on from DSL, based on MDF access services, to SDF access for VDSL and ODF access for FTTH. In the Netherlands, the market is awaiting finalisation of the regulation of FTTH. ODF access regulation will create intramodal competition on newly created FTTH ...

MWC Barcelona: enabling mobile broadband

25 Feb 2009 - RB29007 - Brief - Alejandra van de Roer, Tim Poulus - Mobile

The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the world's biggest annual trade show for the wireless industry, featured prominent chief executives representing leading mobile operators, as well as handset (and laptop) manufacturers, infrastructure and software vendors, and content and application developers from across the world exhibiting their products and services. Notable for its absence was Apple, who prefers to unveil its products at its own Macworld events. The highlights at this MWC included ...

Dutch Telecom Predictions 2009

23 Dec 2008 - RB28041 - Brief - , Alejandra van de Roer, Kamiel Albrecht, Tim Poulus - Broadcast, Fixed, General, Internet, Mobile

The new year promises to be an eventful one. The fixed market will see FTTH become an established participant in broadband and triple play services markets. On the mobile front, it is the 2.6 GHz band auction that may change the landscape by allowing two new entrants to shake up the current oligopolistic three-player market. In this brief we will discuss both issues, as well as a number of other events in the Dutch consumer telecoms market, from a company point of view, as well as from a ...

WiMAX will remain limited in Western Europe

13 Nov 2008 - RB28035 - Brief - Alejandra van de Roer - Fixed, Mobile, Wireless

In Western Europe, WiMAX has been mainly used for fixed services in rural areas, with some services offering mobility in a specific location or city. While a promising technology, WiMAX still lacks critical mass, due to a shortage of certified end-user products on the market, few commitments from larger operators and delays in issuing the required spectrum. A number of countries are in the process of releasing lower frequencies, such as in the 2.6 GHz band and from the "digital dividend", which ...

Mobile TV remains niche market

02 Sep 2008 - RB28028 - Brief - Jan Schepers - Broadcast, Mobile, Wireless

T-Mobile Netherlands is now also offering mobile TV services, following rival KPN which started its mobile TV service in June. The difference between the two newly introduced mobile TV offers is that T-Mobile, like Vodafone, uses its UMTS/HSDPA network and KPN launched a new DVB-H network especially for TV signals. Dutch operators are trying to reach customers and in a broader perspective, in Europe several initiatives have been started. The big sporting events, the European football ...

Mobile payments 2008 – Market overview and analysis

02 Jul 2008 - MPR2800 - Report - , Wilma Bekx - Mobile

This report is intended for the entire mobile payments industry, including merchants, financial institutions, mobile network operators, handset manufacturers, scheme organisations and policy makers. The report consists of two parts. Part 1 elaborates on the recent trends and developments in the field of mobile payments. Part 2 provides an overview of the most relevant mobile payment initiatives from around the world. This report is written and published by Telecompaper in cooperation with ...

Operators offer further HSPA speed increases

21 Nov 2007 - RB27037 - Brief - Jan Schepers - Internet, Mobile

The mobile broadband market is developing rapidly and different wireless broadband technologies are available. HSPA services are commercially available around the world, especially in Europe, and HSPA is expected to account for more than 70 percent of the mobile broadband users in 2012. One of the primary technologies of the future is Long Term Evolution (LTE). A large group of telecommunications technology makers and network operators worldwide have joined forces to promote development of LTE. ...






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