While a number of political events led to the Turkish currency taking a recent slide; the telecoms sector itself has demonstrated keen growth over the past year or so with a rise in subscribers, data usage and uptake of bundled packages.
Significant investments in expanding fibre-optic broadband networks are continuing while DSL retains it status of having the largest market share of all the fixed broadband access technologies. Turkey offers substantial opportunities for fixed broadband growth considering its current penetration is only around 15%.
4G LTE networks are well established across Turkey and are providing network coverage to around 87% of the population. In 2019 Turkcell, Turk Telekom and Vodafone Turkey continue to progress with their 5G developments.
A project is also underway in Turkey which is using the Universal Services Fund to supply mobile infrastructure to over 1,400 areas which are lacking.
Turk Telekom (formerly Avea), Turkcell, Vodafone Turkey, Turksat, Superonline.
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