Slovenia’s mobile market is potentially one of the most competitive given that four mobile network operators and a number of mobile virtual network operators operate in a country with a potential market of only two million people. With mobile SIM card penetration at saturation levels, established mobile network operators have shifted focus to defending market share from new market entrants and increasing Average revenue per user levels; encouraging prepaid users to take up postpaid services as well as encouraging spending and uptake in the underdeveloped mobile broadband and content market. 3G/HSPA networks have been deployed to support the delivery of mobile broadband services, while competing network deployments have led to increased transfer speeds. This report offers insights and statistics on the Slovenian mobile market, including updates on operators and regulatory measures.
Mobitel merges with parent company; mobile broadband accounting for over a third of mobile subscribers; Si.Mobil expands HSPA+ upgrade to 90% of the population; new MTRs effective introduced; Debitel begins offering fixed broadband; mid-2013 auction releases much needed spectrum for LTE; AmisMobil launches services; Mobitel trials LTE; regulator’s market report to June 2013; operator data to Q3 2013; market developments to November 2013.
Companies covered in this report include:
Si.Mobil, Mobitel, Tušmobil, T-2, debitel.