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Forecast on Israeli telecommunications and VoIP market


Forecast on Israeli telecommunications and VoIP market
Statistical reports, provided by company Pyramid Research on Israeli telecom market indicates the growth, based massively on combination of new services and brand new networks rather than on increasing penetration as growth, expected to increase from $6.9 billion in 2010 to $7.1 billion in 2015.
Country’s 4G and Multiplay to Drive Growth in a Telecom Market offers an accurate profile of the country's telecommunications technologies based on proprietary data from Pyramid's research in the market. It is predicted, that in next five years, the main growth in the Israeli telecom market will appear from fixed and mobile broadband, VoIP technologies, and pay-TV.

"As the ability to offer multiplay services becomes more important in the Israeli market, operators look for mergers or partnerships that will allow them to expand their product ranges. Differentiation through discounted bundles and value- added services becomes vital," says Kerem Arsal, Analyst at Pyramid Research. "With 85 percent of households having fixed broadband access and the proliferation of 3G networks by all mobile players, the market is ripe with opportunities for convergence and multiplay offers," indicates Arsal. As data processing becomes of that increased importance and the IP-based networks are facilitating its appearance, there is a huge space for convergence.

The Israeli telecom market is quite stable in terms of size, with growth projected up to $7.1bn in 2015. Notwithstanding to that, Pyramid Research noticed that the Israeli telecom market is nowadays changing as data revenue is growing to substitute for declining revenue generated by circuit-switched voice services. It means in certain digits, that mobile data and fixed broadband Internet will grow at CAGRs of 13.4% and 7.8% between 2010 and 2015, whilst fixed voice falls by more than 50 % and the mobile voice market is expected to fall by about $0.5bn during the same period. The boost of data services will be driven on the mobile applications by an competitive race among the operators to expand their 3G subscriber bases. On the fixed applications, growth of data will be ensured by the advent of IP-based next- generation networks by the proprietary Bezeq, while the phase-out of the circuit- switched networks gains the speeding up.


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