London, United Kingdom, January 28, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The Netherlands telecom industry generated revenues of approximately USD 11.7 billion in the year 2015. The country’s telecom industry revenues are poised to see positive growth at a 2.1% CAGR through 2021, propelled primarily by increase in fixed broadband, mobile data and pay-TV sectors.
Pay-TV and mobile data sectors are predicted to be the most rapidly growing sectors in the country’s telecom market. Looking forward, operators should focus on multiplay offerings and fixed-mobile convergence.
Remarkable investments by country’s operators in 4G network expansion, IoT/M2M and fiber deployment open lucrative opportunities for vendors to support network operators by providing affordable LTE-compatible devices.
In the year 2021, the mobile sector is anticipated to capture a share of slightly over 51% of the Netherlands telecom industry revenues. Moreover, this sector is likely to see the highest CAGR through 2021.
The domestic telecom market will likely be led by KPN as the top operator, followed by Ziggo and Vodafone Netherlands.
Insightful research report “The Netherlands: Revenue to Grow Moderately Through 2021 as Operators Focus on M2M and FMC to Support Subscriptions” prepared by Pyramid Research has been recently added at MarketPublishers.com. It presents a comprehensive analysis of the Netherlands telecom industry performance, growth drivers and limiters, top trends, the recent developments and the hottest issues.
To find this report copy and paste this link, please, https://marketpublishers.com/report/technologies_electronics/telecommunications/netherlands-revenue-to-grow-moderately-through-2021-as-operators-focus-on-m2m-n-fmc-to-support-subscriptions.html