Lithuania - Telecoms Infrastructure, Operators, Regulations - Statistics and Analyses
Lithuania’s small telecoms market is among the better developed in Europe. A number of alternative operators offer services although the incumbent Telia Lithuania is still the dominant operator in the fixed-line and broadband sectors. The number of fixed-line voice subscribers is in steady decline, attributed to fixed-to-mobile substitution. The cable broadband segment remains small while the DSL segment has been in decline as subscribers are migrated to fibre networks. The focus among telcos as well as the government has been on investing in fibre, with an emphasis on delivering gigabyte data speeds. Fibre now account for most new broadband connections.
In the mobile sector there is effective competition among the three networks operators, which have all invested in LTE in a bid to develop revenue from mobile data services.
This report provides an overview of Lithuania’s fixed-line communications sector. It includes a variety of statistics from the regulator and the main players, as well as an overview of regulatory developments and telecommunications network infrastructure.
Bité, Tele2 and Telia create JV to administer number portability database;
Regulator removes obligations on Telia relating to fixed access market;
Report update includes the regulator's market data to Q1 2018, telcos' financial and operating data to Q2 2018, recent market developments.
Companies mentioned in this report:
Telia Lietuvos (TEO), CSC Telecom, Telekomunikaciju grupa, Cubio, Eurocom SIP, Nacionalinis telekomunikacij tinklas, Norby Telecom.
Table of Contents
Telecom sector liberalisation
Carrier selection and Carrier PreSelection (CPS)
Number Portability (NP)
Fixed network operators
Telia Lietuvos (formerly TEO)
Overview of the national telecom network
List of Tables
Table 1 – Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities - Lithuania – 2018 (e)
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