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Research - LLU

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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Need for Speed 2013

02 May 2013 - NFS2013 - Report - Kamiel Albrecht - Fixed, Internet

This report investigates the possibilities of DSL, HFC, PON and P2P fibre to meet expected consumer bandwidth demand for 3-5 years. It starts with a discussion of some of the public models and studies that are frequently referenced when discussing future bandwidth demand. After reviewing the bandwidth requirements of various types of internet services, we then develop our own usage-based demand forecast. In the second part of this report we assess four main access technologies' ability to ...

2012: FTTH versus cable, mobile newcomers, enhanced TV services

12 Jan 2012 - RB21202 - Brief - , Alejandra van de Roer, Bart Garvelink, Erik Compter, Kamiel Albrecht, Maarten van Vliet, Tim Poulus, Tine Niezink - Broadcast, Fixed, General, Internet, Mobile

In this research brief Telecompaper looks at expected developments in the Dutch telecom market during 2012. The focus is on Dutch players and their activities on the consumer market plus the most important international developments expected to influence the Dutch market. The mobile market will be busy with the spectrum auction, which will be held in the autumn, tariff structure changes and the battle among smartphone manufacturers. We offer our views about possible consolidation as well as ...

Alice Netherlands

31 Aug 2010 - CP12614 - Profile - Kamiel Albrecht - Broadcast, Fixed, Internet

This company profile analyses Alice Netherlands, a Dutch consumer ISP. The report contains information on Alice 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 Alice Netherlands. It looks at the market in which Alice Netherlands operates as well as its competitors. Furthermore the profile reports on Alice Netherlands' marketing activities, ...

KPN Q4 2009 revenue analysis shows improvements

01 Feb 2010 - RB21002 - Brief - Tim Poulus - Fixed, General, Internet, IT, Mobile

In this brief we analyse KPN's quarterly revenues, since the launch of the Back To Growth strategy, two years ago. We have been able to distinguish between 27 line items. Topline growth has been absent and may not return before 2012, but KPN has been laying the foundations for growth. Declining voice revenues now constitute only 12 percent of total revenues, whereas high-growth areas (mobile data, TV, Getronics) contribute 30 percent. Two years ago these numbers read 14 percent and 24 percent ...

Dutch Broadband Q2 2009

03 Sep 2009 - DUB2902 - Report - Kamiel Albrecht - Internet

This report analyses developments in the Dutch market for broadband internet access, focussing on consumers, in the first quarter of 2009, and compares the findings with results from previous periods. The analysis is based on Telecompaper's continuous research into the development of the Dutch broadband communication services market. The focus is on cable network operators (Ziggo, UPC, Delta Kabelcomfort) and DSL network operators (KPN, Online, Tele2) with an estimate of FTTH connections and ...

Dutch Broadband Q1 2009

10 Jun 2009 - DUB2901 - Report - Kamiel Albrecht - Internet

This report analyses developments in the Dutch market for broadband internet access, focussing on consumers, in the first quarter of 2009, and compares the findings with results from previous periods. The analysis is based on Telecompaper's continuous research into the development of the Dutch broadband communication services market. The focus is on cable network operators (Ziggo, UPC, Delta Kabelcomfort) and DSL network operators (KPN, Online, Tele2) with an estimate of FTTH connections and ...

BBned possible Belgacom takeover target

15 Jan 2009 - RB29001 - Brief - Tim Poulus - Fixed

Telecom Italia recently put its European Broadband unit up for sale, consisting of Hansenet (Germany) and BBned (Netherlands). Market circumstances are not favourable for the sale of broadband assets, but Tele2 NL and Belgacom could very well be interested. In this brief, we focus on the investment case for Belgacom. We estimate the proceeds for Telecom Italia at between EUR 100 and 150 ...

Dutch Broadband Q3 2008

26 Nov 2008 - DUB2803 - Report - Kamiel Albrecht - Internet

This report analyses developments in the Dutch market for broadband internet access, focussing on consumers, in the third quarter of 2008, and compares the findings with results from previous periods. The analysis is based on Telecompaper's continuous research into the development of the Dutch broadband communication services market. The focus is on cable network operators (Ziggo, UPC, Delta Kabelcomfort) and DSL network operators (KPN, Orange Breedband, Tele2) with an estimate of FTTH ...

Dutch Broadband 2007-Q4

07 Mar 2008 - rdub2800 - Report - Kamiel Albrecht - Internet

The Dutch broadband market grew by 10.8 percent during 2007 to end the year with 5.588 million connections. During the fourth quarter the entire broadband market grew by 2.9 percent or 159,200 net additions. Broadband (cable & ADSL) penetration per household increased to 77.7 percent at the end of last year, growing by 7.1 points compared with the end of 2006. ...

Dutch Broadband Q3 2007

29 Nov 2007 - RDUB2704 - Report - Kamiel Albrecht - Internet

The Dutch broadband market grew by 1.7 percent during the third quarter of 2007, continuing the slowdown in growth rates seen since the end of 2006. During the quarter only 89,100 new broadband connections were added, to reach 5.428 million on 30 September 2007. Year-on-year, the market grew by 12.7 percent, with 611,000 net additions. Broadband (cable & ADSL) penetration per household increased to 75.1 percent at the end of the third quarter of 2007. Penetration per 100 inhabitants increased ...

Alice about to stir up the Dutch broadband market

17 Aug 2007 - RB27024 - Brief - , Kamiel Albrecht - Fixed, Internet

Mid-August Telecom Italia and BBned launched broadband provider Alice in the Netherlands. In order to attract the Dutch consumer, the provider sets out with a compelling proposition: offering the lowest monthly prices for a dual play package with 20 Mbps download speed. To top it off, Alice touts no contractual obligations and a nice optional feature for calls to international destinations. Alice Netherlands is, and will be, a copy from Alice Germany and France. Telecompaper believes that the ...

Does Scarlet have a winner with Scarlet One?

23 Feb 2005 - RB25006 - Brief - - Fixed, Internet

Scarlet Netherlands is the first operator to have started a massive promotion to support the launch of fixed, internet and mobile service bundle. Several other operators started with offering bundled services, or are about to launch competitive packages. However Scarlet is offering a clear and transparent product with a simple price tag, differentiating itself from its competitors. With its new focus and strategy, supported by the current connection rates, we think Scarlet is taking the correct ...

KPN bets on triple play to reverse revenues losses

14 Jun 2004 - R24020 - Brief - - Fixed, Internet, Mobile, Wireless

Revenue from KPN’s fixed network dropped 3% in Q1-2004, but KPN is working hard on its strategy to reverse the trend in 2006. KPN is focussing on bundling of voice, and has renewed interest for shops to service its customers. It is targeting for market leadership in broadband, and Wi-Fi. With the launch of UMTS, pricing for Wi-Fi is expected to come down. VoDSL and VoIP products are waiting in the waiting room, set to be launched to specific segments when allowed by OPTA. Entering the ...

Regulator gets to grips with French wholesale market

12 Mar 2004 - R24006 - Brief - - Fixed

Having suffered decades of inefficient regulation and laboured under the influence of an all-powerful incumbent, the French wholesale telecoms market has been reinvented in impressive fashion. Stronger regulation and France Telecom's relatively enlightened attitude to competition have combined to produce a healthy environment with a high percentage of unbundled ...

Internet Broadband demand lags in Ireland

24 Nov 2003 - R23032 - Brief - - Fixed, Internet

Ireland has been slow to take advantage of broadband with penetration rates running well below one per cent – despite more than 50% of all phone lines being DSL-enabled. The low penetration for broadband result from various reasons. The impact of relatively high wholesale costs, lack of competition, high retail prices, and lack of coverage in many non-urban areas has been exacerbated by lack of awareness among many potential customers. Irish customers pay 40% more for broadband access, than ...