Brazil’s Total Telecommunications Services Market, Forecast to 2026

Brazil’s Total Telecommunications Services Market, Forecast to 2026

Investments by Incumbents, Wholesale Providers and Neutral Networks in Fiber Operations Create a New Market Dynamic

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29-Sep-2021
REGION
Latin America
Research Code: K676-01-00-00-00
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This Frost & Sullivan research service makes an analysis of the Brazilian total telecommunications services market and its segments: Residential, SMB and Large Businesses. It also provides market sizing and forecasts by service, both in terms of lines in service (LIS), revenue and market share. In this research, Frost & Sullivan presents an in-depth analysis of the following markets: fixed telephony; enterprise data communications; fixed broadband; pay-TV; and mobile services.

Market trends examined include regulations, macro-economic trends, technological developments, partnerships, acquisitions, and general trends in the country.

The study explores growth opportunities that will be created by telecommunications service providers and identifies potential business models. It evaluates telecommunications service providers’ future focus on infrastructure, technologies, services, and business models, and includes a 2020 market share analysis. The analysis for 2020 to 2026 includes measurements for the type of service breakdown; growth rates are also provided. Insights about segments (residential, SMB, and large business) are also discussed.

Strategies, a competitive landscape, growth analysis, and SWOT analysis are discussed for telecommunications providers (e.g., Telefonica VIVO, Claro Brasil, and Oi) pertaining to 2019. The base year for the study is 2020, with 2021-2026 as the forecast period. Ultra broadband has become popular in Brazil, with accelerated adoption due to Covid-19; competitors are launching neutral fiber networks in order to support the growth of ISPs building the last mile of fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) in the countryside of Brazil, which should increase the homes-passes in multiple millions and continue driving the growth in fixed broadband.

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Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on Brazil’s Total Telecommunication Services Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Key Growth Metrics

Research Scope and Methodology

Market Definitions

Market Segmentation

Market Segmentation (continued)

Top 4 Growth Opportunities in Brazil’s Total Telecommunication Services Market

Critical Success Factors for Growth

Growth Drivers in the Brazil’s Total Telecommunication Services Market

Growth Restraints in the Brazil’s Total Telecommunication Services Market

Forecast Assumptions

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Market Share—Total Telecommunications Services Market

Competitive Environment

Top Competitors

Percent Revenue Forecast by Service Type—Total Telecommunications Services Market

Market Share—Fixed Telephony Services Market

Market Share—Data Communications Services Market

Market Share—Fixed Broadband Services Market

Market Share—Pay TV Services Market

Market Share—Mobile Services Market

Percent Revenue Forecast by Segment—Total Telecommunications Services Market

Revenue Forecast—Residential Segment

Percent Revenue Forecast by Service Type—Residential Segment

Market Share—Residential Segment

Revenue Forecast—SMB Segment

Percent Revenue Forecast by Service Type—SMB Segment

Market Share—SMB Segment

Revenue Forecast—Large Business Segment

Percent Revenue Forecast by Service Type—Large Business Segment

Market Share—Large Business Segment

Growth Opportunity 1: Customer-centric Digital Transformation to Capture Emerging Trends Opportunities

Growth Opportunity 1: Customer-centric Digital Transformation to Capture Emerging Trends Opportunities (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: 5G Use Case Deployments for New Business Models

Growth Opportunity 2: 5G Use Case Deployments for New Business Models (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Telcos to Offer Services Beyond Connectivity for Vertical Markets

Growth Opportunity 3: Telcos to Offer Services Beyond Connectivity for Vertical Markets (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Neutral Networks for ISP Expansion

Growth Opportunity 4: Neutral Networks for ISP Expansion (continued)

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

Legal Disclaimer

About the Growth Pipeline Engine™

List of Companies Included in ‘Others’ in the Brazil's Total Telecommunication Services Market

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This Frost & Sullivan research service makes an analysis of the Brazilian total telecommunications services market and its segments: Residential, SMB and Large Businesses. It also provides market sizing and forecasts by service, both in terms of lines in service (LIS), revenue and market share. In this research, Frost & Sullivan presents an in-depth analysis of the following markets: fixed telephony; enterprise data communications; fixed broadband; pay-TV; and mobile services. Market trends examined include regulations, macro-economic trends, technological developments, partnerships, acquisitions, and general trends in the country. The study explores growth opportunities that will be created by telecommunications service providers and identifies potential business models. It evaluates telecommunications service providers’ future focus on infrastructure, technologies, services, and business models, and includes a 2020 market share analysis. The analysis for 2020 to 2026 includes measurements for the type of service breakdown; growth rates are also provided. Insights about segments (residential, SMB, and large business) are also discussed. Strategies, a competitive landscape, growth analysis, and SWOT analysis are discussed for telecommunications providers (e.g., Telefonica VIVO, Claro Brasil, and Oi) pertaining to 2019. The base year for the study is 2020, with 2021-2026 as the forecast period. Ultra broadband has become popular in Brazil, with accelerated adoption due to Covid-19; competitors are launching neutral fiber networks in order to support the growth of ISPs building the last mile of fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) in the countryside of Brazil, which should increase the homes-passes in multiple millions and continue driving the growth in fixed broadband.
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Author Carina Goncalves
Industries Telecom
WIP Number K676-01-00-00-00
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GPS Codes 99D7-C1,9705-C1,99D2-C1,9A5B-C1,9AD1-C1,9657,9655,9B07-C1