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Analysis of the Argentinean Total Telecommunications Services Market

Intense Competition Drives Growth in the Argentinean Market

  • Research Code : NC87-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : TE00370-LA-MR_01911
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  • Release Date : 15-Oct-2013
  • Region : Latin America
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This research service covers the Argentinean total telecommunications market and examines key drivers and restraints for growth, market trends, and forecasts. The total market is composed of: fixed telephony services, mobile telephony services, fixed broadband services, pay TV services, and fixed VoIP services. In addition, revenue segmentation by geography is provided considering the concession areas of the regulatory authority CNC, as well as customer type segmentation considering residential, small and medium businesses, and corporate customers. An in-depth analysis of the competitive landscape, including operator market shares and profiles, is also provided. The base year is 2012, and forecasts run through 2018.
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