BMI View: The saturation in the market means that operators are looking to migrate customers onto more
premium services, such as LTE, fibre and connected objects. This need for diversification from legacy
products has driven M&A activity, with Com Hem acquiring Boxer ..."
BMI View: Telia Sweden is zero-rating social network usage (from Facebook, Instagram, Messenger,
WhatsApp, Twitter and Kik) on its mobile network, meaning use of these sites will not count towards
customers' data allowances, with no financial relationship between Teli ..."
BMI View: Saturation in Sweden's telecoms market means operators are looking to diversify their product
portfolios to find new revenue streams. With the ongoing shift from fixed solutions to mobile services,
operators are increasingly turning towards the Internet of T ..."
BMI View: A saturated and mature market means that operators need to put forward new strategies in
order to find new revenues streams. The most basic is investment into networks, in order to improve usage
and migration to the most advanced technologies, as a way to dr ..."
BMI View: Most recent data from the regulator suggests that the LTE connections now account for 28% of
the mobile market. As operators are making efforts in upgrading their networks, BMI believes that by the
end of the forecast period 3G/4G subscriptions will account ..."
BMI View: 4G LTE subscriptions account for nearly 28% of the mobile market in Sweden, one of the
highest rates in the world, marking it out as one of the most developed telecoms sectors. The same is also
true in the wireline sector where fibre penetration is fuelled b ..."
This country report and accompanying data annex provide a comprehensive overview of Sweden's telecoms market, including KPIs and data on subscribers, penetration, revenue and ARPU. The report analyses the strategies of major players in the country's fixed and mobile telecoms mark ..."
BMI View: The Swedish telecommunications market is very mature and organic growth is increasingly
difficult to achieve. The wireline voice market continues to slowly decline while older copper access
networks remain a key part of the broadband access market, but IP-ba ..."
BMI View: Despite the fact that the growth trend has been reversed on the Swedish mobile market, and the
market has displayed two consecutive quarters of positive growth, BMI believes that the market has passed
its saturation point and any subscriber growth will come ..."
BMI View: Sweden continues to be one of the most advanced telecoms markets in the world, evidenced by
new regulatory data showing that adoption rates for high-speed fibre and mobile broadband services
accelerated in 2013. As these platforms host more expensive service ..."