Estonia’s mobile market is among the more mature in Eastern Europe, with SIM card penetration particularly high for the region. Services are offered by mobile network operators EMT, Elisa and Tele2 as well as by one MVNO. WCDMA-based (3G) and HSPA networks serve as the basis for the growing mobile broadband sector, supporting a range of mobile content and applications, while an aggressive LTE deployment is also underway. These developments are expected to underpin future revenue growth in the sector. This report provides a concise overview of Estonia’s mobile market as players further develop the data sector. It covers major players, regulatory developments, services offered and a variety of financial and operating statistics.
Elisa starts two-year program to provide 99% population coverage with LTE, trials LTE-A technology; EMT reports 50% of new subscribers take up a service based on its LTE network, merges with Eesti Telecom; regulator awards EMT and Elisa spectrum in the 800MHz band; Technical Surveillance Authority report for 2013; LTE networks providing national coverage; operator data to Q3 2014; Statistics Estonia data to 2013; regulator’s 2013 market data and annual reports; recent market.
Companies covered in this report include:
EMT, Tele2 Eesti, Elisa.