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Turkey - Broadband, Digital Economy and Digital Media – Statistics and Analyses

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Last updated: 12 Nov 2016 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 20

Analyst: Kylie Wansink

Synopsis

In 2016 fixed broadband services are available in Turkey through xDSL, cable and fibre networks. Fixed broadband services based on fibre are quickly growing in Turkey with subscriber number growing three-fold since 2013. There are now over 1.8 million fibre broadband subscribers across Turkey. Both Turk Telekom and Turkcell’s Superonline have focused considerable attention on deploying fibre networks.

Turk Telekom is the dominant ISP and has maintained this position against an influx of competitors. Turkey’s sizeable Internet user population has fostered an emerging digital economy, encompassing e-commerce, e-government, e-health and e-education services. Digital media services such as online newspapers, video streaming, social media and e-commerce are also popular amongst online users.

In mid-2016 Turkcell announced it would create a joint venture company with Vodafone Turkey and Turksat, as well as members of the Telecommunications Operators Association (TELKODER). The joint venture would mean companies would no longer deploy duplicate infrastructure and would also maximise use of existing infrastructure.

This report offers an insight into Turkey’s flourishing broadband market. Informative and concise, this report covers the main players, technologies, market developments, supported by a range of statistics.

Key developments:

Fibre subscription growth maintains momentum; new regulations impact the e-commerce sector; Turkey remains proactive towards e-government; TTNet and Superonline are the largest ISPs in Turkey, based on subscriber market share; Turkey is positioning itself as an important node for data traffic on a global scale; A joint venture is in development which would see shared investment towards broadband infrastructure and usage.

Companies covered in this report include:

Superonline (Turkcell), Turk Telekom, Vodafone Turkey, GittiGidiyor, Facebook, Spotify.

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