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Italy Telecom market

  Italy is a Connected Player telecom market in Southern Europe

Regulatory: Italian Communications Authority

 

ITALY MOBILE OPERATORS AND THEIR MARKET SHARE:

TIM                               32.30%

Vodafone                     26.50%

Wind                            22.90%

H3G (Three Italia)    11.00%

ITALY OPERATORS IN FIXED TELEPHONY:

BT Italia, Tiscali SpA, Fastweb, Wind Telecom, Telecom Italia


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MOBILE VIRTUAL NETWORK OPERATORS

Auchan Mobile – Auchan S.p.A.
Bladna Mobile – Arabia Mobile Services S.r.l.
BT Enìa | BT Mobile – BT Italia S.p.A.
COOPVoce – COOP Italia
Daily Telecom – Daily Telecom S.r.l.
DIGI Mobil – DIGI ITALY S.r.l.
DigiTel – DigiTel Italia S.p.A.
ERG Mobile – TotalErg SpA
Fastweb – FASTWEB S.p.A.

Green ICN – Green ICN S.p.A.

Italiacom – Italiacom S.p.A.
Lycamobile – Lycamobile S.R.L

noiTel
Noverca – Nòverca Italia S.r.l.
PosteMobile – PosteMobile S.p.A
Tiscali Mobile – Tiscali Italia S.p.A
UnoMobile – Carrefour Italia Mobile Srl

Italy’s boasts one of the largest large telecom markets in Europe, supported by a population approaching 61 million. The fibre-optic sector has seen significant development in recent years and the government has also set in train a multi-billion Euro investment program to ensure super-fast broadband connectivity for most Italians by 2020

As a result of these developments, the take up of broadband services in Italy has grown rapidly in recent years. The mobile sector is also performing well, particularly in mobile data services as consumers respond positively to the improved capacity and reach of LTE infrastructure.

 

Italy’s vibrant mobile market is dominated by three operators, TIM, Vodafone Italia and Wind, while the fourth player 3 Italia has steadily made progress in securing customers. The owners of 3 Italia and Wind in mid-2015 agreed to merge their units, a process which requires regulatory clearance but would, if cleared, create the county’s largest MNO and even out the relative market shares among the three.

The broadband market enjoys strong competition within the DSL sector, supplemented by a vibrant fibre sector spearheaded by efforts from Telecom Italia and supplemented by investments from other telcos and municipal governments.  Source