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Macau Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media Statistics and Analyses 2017 – Research and Markets – Business Wire (press release)

Macau Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media Statistics and Analyses 2017 – Research and Markets – Business Wire (press release)

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Macau
– Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media – Statistics and
Analyses”
report has been added to Research and Markets’
offering.

Macau boasts a sophisticated, independently regulated communications
market due to Macau’s status as a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of
the People’s Republic of China following its handover from Portugal.
Gradual liberalisation has now fully opened the telecoms market with the
full impact slowly becoming evident. Demand for telecom services is
significantly driven by the millions of visitors that visit the tiny
enclave every year. 87% of visitors classified as residents of mainland
China or Hong Kong.

Macau’s fixed-line market is transitioning to a fibre broadband market
as the incumbent Compahnia de Telecomunicaes de Macau (CTM) invests
significantly in fibre access networks. As of 2017 CTM had deployed
fibre broadband coverage to the majority of residential units and 100%
of commercial buildings. CTM’s investment coincides with the entrance of
Macau’s second fixed-line operator MTEL, with the latter a threat to the
monopoly CTM has over the fixed broadband market, a monopoly made
possible due to CTM’s ownership of the underlying fixed access network.

CTM’s aggressive tactics are showing results as the majority of
households are expected to be connected via fibre by 2017, closing the
window of opportunity for MTEL to poach subscribers from CTM’s sizeable
DSL subscriber base. CTM faces another potential competitor in Macau
Cable TV operator which is obliged to expand the reach of its
underground cable network sixfold by 2017.

Macau’s mobile market is the most competitive sector of the telecoms
market, with four mobile network operators and a mobile virtual network
operator (MVNO) offering services. Competition is intense, with mobile
penetration in excess of 200% due to multiple SIM card ownership as well
as sales of SIM cards to visitors. Mobile broadband presents an
alternative revenue growth opportunity, with LTE launches during 2015
allowing operators to offer more enticing products. In December 2015 CK
3 Macau launched its 4G LTE mobile network, making it the fourth and
final LTE licensee to introduce commercial 4G services in the Special
Administrative Region (SAR).

Key Developments:

  • 3 Macau announced that its 4G LTE network covered more than 95% of
    outdoor areas throughout Macau
  • Fibre is cannibalising Macau’s largely ADSL-based broadband subscriber
    based
  • Market liberalisation and network coverage targets on new entrants is
    driving fibre investment
  • Macau’s TV market is now officially open to competition

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive summary

2. Key statistics

3. Country overview

4. Telecommunications market

5. Regulatory environment

6. Telecommunications infrastructure

7. Fixed-line broadband market

8. Mobile market

9. Mobile infrastructure

10. Major operators

11. Mobile content and applications

12. Digital economy

13. Digital Media

Companies Mentioned

  • 3 Macau
  • China Telecom
  • Compahnia de Telecomunicaes de Macau (CTM)
  • KKBox
  • Macau Basic Television Channels Limited
  • Macau Cable TV
  • MOOV
  • MTel
  • SmarTone
  • Soliton

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/bjp7wl/macau_telecoms

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