Domestic Telecommunications Market Assessment 2005


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September 2005find similar
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13 Chapters

Table of Contents

The table of contents below is for Domestic Telecommunications 2005

Executive Summary

1. Introduction

Background

Definition

2. Strategic Overview

Market Dynamics And Segmentation

Market Sectors

Market Size

By Value

Turnover

Table: The Total Uk Market For Telecommunications By Turnover (£m), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

End-user Spending As A Share Of Turnover

Table: The Uk Market For Telecommunications By Turnover End-user Spending And Wholesale And Other Revenues (£m And %), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

Market Revenue As A Share Of End-user Spending

Table: The Uk Market For Telecommunications By End-user Spending Market Revenue And Other End-user Spending (£m And %), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

Table: The Uk Market For Domestic Telecommunications By Sector By Market Revenue (£m And %), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

Figure: The Uk Market For Domestic Telecommunications By Market Revenue (£m), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

Table: Estimated Comparative Growth In Uk Domestic Telecommunications Sectors By Market Revenue (%), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

By Volume

Call Minutes

Table: The Uk Market For Telecommunications By Volume (million Retail Call Minutes And %), Years Ending March /2001-2004/2005

Factors Affecting The Market

Ofcom Strategic Review Of Telecommunications

New Regulatory Environment

The Focus On Broadband

New Services

Price Cuts

Local Loop Unbundling

3g Takes Off At Last

Voice Over Internet Protocol

The Launch Of Voip Services

Distribution

Competitive Structure

The Main Players

Table: Number Of Vat-based Uk Enterprises Engaged In Telecommunications By Turnover Sizeband (£000 And %),

Table: The Largest Uk Telecommunications Operations By Estimated Share Of Total Uk Telecommunications Turnover (%),

Profits Hard To Come By

Table: Profitability And Operating Efficiency Of Telecommunications Companies In The Uk (£000, % And £),/2005

Table: The Changing Profitability Of Telecommunications Companies In The Uk (£000 And %),/2004-2004/2005

Advertising

Main Media Advertising Expenditure

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Telecommunications By Type Of Service (£000), Year Ending March

Table: Companies Spending More Than £1m On Main Media Advertising Of Telecommunications (£000), Year Ending March

Codes Of Practice For Sales And Marketing

The Consumer

The Relative Importance Of Residential And Business Users

Table: Estimated Segmentation Of The Uk Market For Domestic Telecommunications By Broad Customer Type By Market Revenue (£m And %), Years Ending March /2001-2004/2005

Table: Estimated Segmentation Of The Uk Market For Telecommunications By Sector And Broad Customer Type By Market Revenue (£m And %), Year Ending March/2005

Market Forecasts

Table: The Forecast Uk Market For Domestic Telecommunications By Sector By Market Revenue (£m), Years Ending March/2006-2009/2010

Table: Forecast Comparative Growth In Uk Domestic Telecommunications Sectors By Market Revenue (%),/2006-2009/2010

3. Fixed-line Telephony

Background

Market Size

By Value

Market Revenue

Table: The Uk Fixed-line Telephony Sector By Broad Revenue Stream By Market Revenue (£m And %), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

Figure: The Uk Fixed-line Telephony Sector By Market Revenue (£m), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

Call Revenue

Table: The Uk Fixed-line Telephony Sector By Type Of Call By Call Revenue (£m And %), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

Table: Estimated Comparative Growth In Fixed-line Telephony By Type By Revenue (%),/2001-2004/2005

By Volume

Call Minutes

Table: The Uk Fixed-line Telephony Sector By Type Of Call By Call Minutes (million Minutes), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

Access Lines

Table: The Uk Fixed-line Telephony Sector By Total Number Of Fixed-access Lines (000), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

Table: The Uk Fixed-line Telephony Sector By Type Of Line By Estimated Number Of Fixed-access Lines (000), Years Ending March/2004 And/2005

Market Shares

Table: Estimated Uk Fixed-line Telephony Market Shares By Call Revenue, Number Of Call Minutes, Access Revenue And Number Of Access Lines By Type Of Provider (%), Year Ending December

Consumer Trends

Broad Customer Base

Table: The Uk Fixed-line Telephony Sector By Broad Customer Type By Estimated Market Revenue And Number Of Exchange Lines (£m, Number And %), Year Ending March/2005

Residential Consumers

Table: Penetration Of Fixed-line Telephony In The Uk (% Of Households), August-june

Table: Ownership Of Telephone Lines Among Residential Consumers (%), April-march And

Table: Importance Of Fixed-line Telephony To Residential Consumers By Broad Customer Type (%), May-june

Business Customers

Table: Importance Of Fixed-line Telephony To Small And Medium-sized Enterprises By Broad Customer Type (%), May-june

Marketing Activity

Advertising

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Fixed-line Telephony Services By Type Of Service (£000), Year Ending March

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Fixed-line Telephony Services By Company (£000), Year Ending March

4. Cellular Telephony

Background

Market Size

By Value

Market Revenue

Table: The Uk Cellular Telephony Sector By Market Revenue (£m), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

Figure: The Uk Cellular Telephony Sector By Market Revenue (£m), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

By Volume

Table: The Uk Cellular Telephony Sector By Volume (million Call Minutes, Million Messages And Million Subscribers), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

Market Shares

Table: Uk Cellular Telephony Market Shares By Provider By Retail Revenue And Number Of Subscribers (%), Year Ending March/2005

Consumer Trends

Broad Customer Base

Table: The Uk Cellular Telephony Sector By Broad Customer Type By Estimated Market Revenue (£m And %), Year Ending March/2005

Residential Consumers

Table: Penetration Of Mobile Telephony In The Uk (% Of Households), August-june

Table: Mobile Tariffs Used By Residential Cellular Telephony Subscribers (% Of Adults/mobile Telephone Owners), April-march And

Table: Monthly Consumer Expenditure On Mobile Telephones (% Of Adults And £), April-march

Table: Importance Of Cellular Telephony To Residential Consumers By Broad Customer Type (%), May-june

Business Customers

Table: The Proportion Of Small And Medium-sized Enterprises With A Mobile Telephone (%), May-august-2004

Table: Importance Of Cellular Telephony To Small And Medium-sized Enterprises By Broad Customer Type (%), May-june

Marketing Activity

Advertising

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Mobile Telephony Services By Type Of Service (£000), Year Ending March

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Mobile Telephony Services By Company (£000), Year Ending March

5. Other Telecommunications Services

Background

Market Size

By Value

Market Revenue

Table: The Uk `other Telecommunications` Sector By Type Of Service By Estimated Market Revenue (£m), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

Figure: The Uk `other Telecommunications` Sector By Estimated Market Revenue (£m), Years Ending March/2001-2004/2005

By Volume

Table: Growth In The Number Of Internet Subscribers By Type Of Connection (index January=100 And %), April-april

Table: The Structure Of Internet Access By Type Of Connection (%), April And

Market Shares

Table: Uk Broadband Market Shares By Provider By Number Of Lines (000 And %), March And

Consumer Trends

Broad Customer Base

Table: The Uk `other Telecommunications' Sector By Broad Customer Type By Estimated Market Revenue (£m And %), Year Ending March/2005

Residential Consumers

Table: The Proportion Of Adults With Internet Access (%), October-2004 And February And

Table: Users Of The Internet By Place Of Usage (% Of Adults), April-may

Table: Importance Of The Internet To Residential Consumers By Broad Customer Type (%), May-june

Business Customers

Table: The Proportion Of Small And Medium-sized Enterprises With Internet Access (%), May-august-2004

Table: Importance Of The Internet To Small And Medium-sized Enterprises By Broad Customer Type (%), May-june

Table: Methods By Which Small And Medium-sized Enterprises Connect To The Internet (%), November-august

Table: Estimated Penetration Of Corporate Data Technology Within Large Businesses (%), End

Marketing Activity

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Internet Services By Company (£000), Year Ending March

6. An International Perspective

Market Developments

Table: The Estimated Total Global Market For Telecommunications Services By Value (£bn),-2005

Table: The Estimated Global Market For Telecommunications Services By Region By Value (£bn),-2005

The Importance Of Broadband

The Competitive Environment

7. Pest Analysis

Political Factors

Deregulation

E-government

Converged Regulation

The Communications Act

Strategic Review Of Telecommunications

A New Telecommunications Ombudsman

Concerns Over Radiation From Mobile Telephones

Environmental Concern Over The Positioning Of Mobile Telephone Base Stations

Economic Factors

Fluctuations In The Economy

General Economic Trends

Social Factors

The Growing Need For Communications

The Shift Towards The Information Society

Commercialisation Of The Home

The Internet At Home

The Mobile Society

A Changing Population

Technological Factors

Wireless And Mobile Communications

Real-time And On-demand Communications

Falling Prices

Trend For Multiple Line Rentals

Convergence

8. Consumer Dynamics

Residential Consumers

Key Consumer Groups

Table: Breakdown Of Residential Consumers By Broad Lifestyle/attitudes (%, £ And Years), May-june

Fixed-line Versus Mobile Technology

Table: Penetration Of Fixed-line And Mobile Telephony In The Uk (% Of Households), August-june

Table: Penetration Of Fixed And Mobile Telephones (% Of Adults And Ratio), April-march

Fixed Lines

Number Of Telephones Owned

Table: Number Of Separate Telephone Lines In The Home (% Of Adults), April-march

Table: Residential Telephone Usage By Destination Of Calls Made In A Week (% Of Adults),, And

Mobile Telephony

Tariff Structures

Table: Spending On Mobile Telephones By Consumer Group (% Of Adults), April-march

Types Of Calls Made

Table: Types Of Calls Made On Mobile Telephones (% Of Adults), Years Ending March And

Market Drivers

Table: Deciding Factors When Choosing A Mobile Telephone Network (% Of Adults), April-march

Table: Extra Mobile Telephone Features That Consumers Have And Use (% Of Adults), April-march

Consumer Internet Use

Table: Internet Access By Connection Method And Package (%), May-august

Table: The Profile Of Internet Users And Broadband Users (% Of Adults), April-march

Table: Main Types Of Sites Accessed Online By Location Of Access (% Of Adults), April-march

Table: Main Activities Undertaken Online By Location Of Access (% Of Adults), April-march

The Switch From Fixed Calls To Mobile And Internet Communications

Table: The Tendency To Switch Fixed Calls For Other Means Of Communications (%), May-june

Table: Estimated Share Of Replacements (number Per Week) By Consumer Lifestyle/attitude Grouping (%), May-june

Business Customers

Small And Medium-sized Enterprises

Broad Buying Groups

Table: Breakdown Of Small And Medium-sized Enterprises By Telecommunications Expenditure And Industry Sector (%), May-june

Internet Connection Methods

Table: Methods By Which Small And Medium-sized Enterprises Connect To The Internet (%), November-august

Large Businesses

Table: The Percentage Of Large Businesses Buying Telecommunication Services By Turnover Sizeband (£m), June

9. Company Profiles

Bt Group Plc

Corporate Strategy

Strengths And Weaknesses

New Product Development

Brand Developments

Innovations

Appointments

Advertising

Table: Bt Main Media Advertising Expenditure (£000), Year Ending March

Profitability

Table: Bt Group Plc Turnover And Pre-tax Profit (£000), Years Endingst March-2005

Future Company Developments

Cable And Wireless Plc

Corporate Strategy

Strengths And Weaknesses

New Product Development

Innovations

Advertising

Profitability

Table: Cable And Wireless Plc Turnover And Pre-tax Profit (£000), Years Endingst March-2005

Future Company Developments

Energis Communications Ltd

Corporate Strategy

Strengths And Weaknesses

New Product Development

Advertising

Profitability

Table: Energis Communications Ltd Turnover And Pre-tax Profit (£000), Years Endingst March-2004

Future Company Developments

France Telecom

Corporate Strategy

Strengths And Weaknesses

New Product Development

Innovations

Appointments

Advertising

Table: France Telecom Main Media Advertising Expenditure (£000), Year Ending March

Profitability

Future Company Developments

Hutchisong Uk Holdings Ltd

Corporate Strategy

Strengths And Weaknesses

New Product Development

Brand Development

Innovations

Advertising

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure (£000), Year Ending March

Distribution

Profitability

Table: Hutchisong Uk Holdings Ltd Turnover And Pre-tax Profit (£000), Years Endingst December-2003

Future Company Developments

Ntl Group Ltd

Corporate Strategy

Strengths And Weaknesses

New Product Development

Advertising

Table: Ntl Main Media Advertising Expenditure (£000), Year Ending March

Profitability

Table: Ntl Group Ltd Turnover And Pre-tax Profit (£000), Years Endingst December-2003

Future Company Developments

O2 Plc

Corporate Strategy

New Financial Structure

Main Strategic Focus

Strengths And Weaknesses

New Product Development

Brand Development

Innovations

Appointments

Advertising

Table: O2 Main Media Advertising Expenditure (£000), Year Ending March

Distribution

Profitability

Table: Mmo2 Plc Turnover And Pre-tax Profit (£000), Years Endingst March-2004

Future Company Developments

T-mobile (uk) Ltd

Corporate Strategy

Strengths And Weaknesses

New Product Development

Innovations

Advertising

Table: T-mobile Main Media Advertising Expenditure (£000), Year Ending March

Distribution

Profitability

Table: T-mobile (uk) Ltd Turnover And Pre-tax Profit (£000), Years Endingst December-2004

Future Company Developments

Virgin Mobile Holdings (vmh)

Corporate Strategy

Strengths And Weaknesses

New Product Development

Brand Development

Advertising

Table: Virgin Mobile Main Media Advertising Expenditure (£000), Year Ending March

Distribution

Profitability

Future Company Developments

Vodafone Group Plc

Corporate Strategy

Strengths And Weaknesses

New Product Development

Brand Development

Innovations

Advertising

Table: Vodafone Main Media Advertising Expenditure (£000), Year Ending March

Profitability

Table: Vodafone Group Plc Turnover And Pre-tax Profit (£000), Years Endingst March-2005

Future Company Developments

Other Companies

Colt Telecom Group Plc

Global Crossing (uk) Telecommunications Ltd

Kingston Communications (hull) Plc

Mci Worldcom Ltd

Telewest Communications

Thus Plc

10. The Future

Forecasts

Table: The Forecast Total Uk Market For Domestic Telecommunications By Market Revenue (£m), Years Ending March/2006-2009/2010

Figure: The Forecast Total Uk Market For Domestic Telecommunications By Market Revenue (£m), Years Ending March/2006-2009/2010

Table: The Forecast Uk Market For Domestic Telecommunications By Sector By Market Revenue (£m And %), Years Ending March/2006-2009/2010

Table: Forecast Comparative Growth In Uk Domestic Telecommunications Sectors By Market Revenue (%), Years Ending March/2006-2009/2010

Future Trends

Competition Will Intensify

The Rise Of Voip

No Respite In The Business Segment

Mobile Takes Share From Fixed Line

Fixed-mobile Convergence Solutions A New Growth Segment

Broadband Growth Continues But Slows

12. Consumer Confidence

Methodology

The Willingness To Borrow

Table A: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant May Prices (£ And £bn), May, November, February And May

Consumers Willing To Borrow

Table B: The Number Of Adults Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items (000 And %), May, November, February And May

The Willingness To Spend From Savings

Table C: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Spend From Savings In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant May Prices (£ And £bn), May, November, February And May

Table D: The Average Amounts Adults Are Confident Spending To Purchase Expensive Items (£ And %), May, November, February And May

13. Further Sources

Associations

General Sources

Government Publications

Other Sources

Bonnier Information Sources

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