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South America Fixed Communications Market Shows Positive Outlook

The report “South America Fixed Communications Market Outlook to 2020: Volume and Revenue Analytics of Service Adoption and Access Lines” has been compiled using an in-depth market analysis in telecommunication market of South America for the period of 2011-2020. The research also provides bird’s eye view of the value chain and competitor’s landscape in South America.
An extensive top-level research has been done in terms of subscriber’s volume and revenue for Voice, Internet and IPTV/Video services, Access Lines infrastructure and their related service revenues.

The South America divided into twelve countries and three territories comprises of estimated huge population of 422.5 million which approximately encompasses the 6.0% of the world’s total population. As witnessed rise in technology, urbanization and increasing incomes of this enormous population have contributed to the expansion of fixed communication market. The report as well covers the internet penetration statistics the in South American region. Comparing the internet penetration in South America to the rest of the world, shows great differences where it is 66.7% by total population for South America and 48.2% for the rest of the world.

The report covers a thorough research on the outlines of Access Lines, Subscriber’s volume and Service revenue information. In order to formulate the framework for market statistics till 2020 for fixed communications an insight into South America’s demographic and economic data at country level has also been provided. This helps in establishing a better formulationof the market forecasts.

The nominal GDP of South America was observed to be USD3.205 trillion in the year of 2010 and is growing at a consistent rate approximately 5.5% per capita. Its Countries are one of the largest producers of copper, niobium, tantalum and Silver Etc. Other than GDP and population statistics, information about currency exchange rate and consumer price inflation are as well included to describe the face of the market in terms of its current and future demands.

Other information including effect of macros and market segmentation according to different factors are put into words. Estimations including market size and future estimates for a new comer to the market are put forward.

Countries on the basis of which the report describes further market segmentations and other demographics include: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

Market segmentation of the various parameters including Service split, Service Revenue Split, Service Technological split of Access Lines and Revenue Data are covered. Personal Computers, Internet Accounts, IPTV/Video and Voice Telephony are future segmentations of Services of the Fixed Communication market in South America. Similarly Splitting Service Revenue at segment level within Fixed Communication market by: Internet Service Revenues (Narrowband and Broadband services), Voice Service Revenues and IPTV/video. PSTN/POTS, ISDN, xDSL, Cable, Fixed Wireless Access, Fiber Optic (FTTH/B), WiMAX are included as Service Technological splits of Access Lines.

Revenue data for Fixed Communication Access Lines include: Voice Service Revenues (Circuit and Packet Switched), IPTV/video service and Internet Service Revenues (Narrowband and Broadband services). The Report efficiently proposes the concise examination of the operating environment of South American market and its future forecasts till the year of 2020. The quantitative data in the report covers fixed communication market consumption data,total access lines used, demographics, revenue data by technology and total Service subscribers for the South America’s Fixed Communication market.

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Ken Research
Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications

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