New Zealand - Analysis - Moving into 2006 and Beyond

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Last updated: 5 Dec 2005 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 10

Analyst: Kylie Wansink

Synopsis

Telecom New Zealand was one of the first in the world to reveal its vision of a NGN rollout back in late 2004 and by late 2005, was expecting the first customers to be transferred to the new network by early 2007. Growth in consumer VoIP services will impact traditional fixed-line services in New Zealand over the five years to 2010 as well as fixed-to-mobile revenues. With 3.5 million subscribers and a penetration level of around 86% towards the end of 2005, the country’s mobile market is approaching saturation. Mobile subscriber growth will begin to significantly taper off during 2006 and 2007. This report includes a series of market analyses that provide a glimpse into to the future direction of the New Zealand telecommunications market.

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