ANCOM got here up with a report on the exercise of the primary telecom operators in our nation reminiscent of Orange, Vodafone and Digi. And the information is just not the most effective.
2020 is a foul yr for a lot of fields of exercise, and telecom operators haven’t escaped. Orange, Vodafone, Digi and others had decrease revenues within the first six months of the yr, in accordance with an ANCOM report. They decreased by 4 % in comparison with the identical interval final yr.
Thus, summed up, the revenues of the teleecom sector in Romania are someplace at 1.7 billion euros.
Orange, Vodafone and others, declining revenues
The Romanian telecommunications sector recorded a 4% lower in revenues within the first half of 2020, however remained above the edge of 8 billion lei (nearly 1.7 billion euros), of which cellular telephony generated 39% , and the fastened and cellular web of 30%, present the statistics of the Nationwide Authority for Administration and Regulation in Communications (ANCOM). .
In response to the doc, of the full revenues reported between January and June 2020, the retransmission of TV applications generated 14%, whereas the providers had a share of 17%. Additionally, relying on the revenues obtained within the first half of 2020, Vodafone and the Telekom group every had a market share of 25%, Orange – 24%, and the opposite suppliers accounted for 26%.
ANCOM information reveals that, within the fastened Web phase, in the course of this yr, there have been 5.5 million connections, growing by 3% in comparison with the same interval of 2019, of which three quarters are very excessive pace connections (minimal 100Mbps). The entire fastened web site visitors elevated in the course of the analyzed interval, as an impact of the well being disaster (+ 33%), which means a median month-to-month site visitors of 41 GB / inhabitant. On the similar time, the protection charge of the fastened web per 100 households was 66%, at nationwide stage, in city areas being 76%, and in rural areas 53%.
When it comes to the variety of fastened Web connections, in mid-2020, RCS & RDS had a market share of 55%, Telekom Group – 20%, and different suppliers 25%.
On the cellular Web, ANCOM statistics present that the full variety of connections decreased by 2%, influenced by the lower by 9% on the pay as you go card phase, whereas 4G connections stagnated at 12 million.
Complete cellular web site visitors elevated by solely 12% within the first half of 2020, in order that the common month-to-month cellular web site visitors / inhabitant reached 4.6 GB. As well as, on the variety of lively cellular web connections in the course of this yr, Orange had a market share of 38%, Vodafone – of 25%, and the opposite suppliers of 37%.
Cell and glued telephony
Nationwide, the variety of lively pay as you go cellular SIM playing cards fell by a report half-year (-9%), whereas the variety of subscription SIM playing cards elevated by only one%, so the full variety of lively SIM playing cards fell by 3%. Then again, voice site visitors by means of cellular networks elevated by 12%, pushed by the large enhance of twenty-two% within the common name period, however SMS site visitors decreased each six months by 25%, amid elevated use of prompt messaging functions and social networks. General, the common cellular site visitors carried out by a resident was 5 hours and 12 minutes / month, respectively 31 SMS / month.
In comparison with the variety of lively SIM playing cards in mid-2020, Orange had a market share of 38% and Vodafone of 30%.
On the fastened telephony phase, there was a lower of 4%, from yr to yr, and relying on the variety of subscribers, the Telekom Group had a market share of 38%, RCS & RDS 36%, and the remainder of the suppliers, of 26%.
When it comes to tv, the ANCOM report highlights 7.7 million subscriptions to TV providers (+ 2% half-yearly enhance), of which 5.6 million had been cable subscriptions (+ 4% in complete, of which + 9% in rural areas and + 1% in city areas). Relying on the variety of subscribers in mid-2020, RCS & RDS had a market share of 55%, whereas the Telekom Group held 16%.