Hong Kong telecoms market report 2017

LONDON, Oct. 25, 2017 () — This country report and accompanying data annex provide a comprehensive overview of Hong Kong’s telecoms market, including KPIs and data on subscribers, penetration, revenue and ARPU. The report analyses the strategies of major players in the country’s fixed and mobile telecoms markets, and includes market share data and operators’ infrastructure status.

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COMPANY COVERAGE
This report includes information on the following players in Hong Kong’s telecoms market.
– China Mobile
– Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN)
– Hutchison Telecommunications
– i-Cable
– PCCW Enterprises
– SmarTone Mobile Communications

DATA COVERAGE
Analysys Mason’s country report data annexes provide a range of key metrics for each country’s telecoms market. Figures are supplied for each year since 2007. The data annex was last updated in October 2017. Metrics include the following.

Fixed telecoms market
Connections
Total voice (narrowband and VoBB)
Narrowband
VoBB
Total broadband
Broadband split by access technology: DSL, cable modem, FTTH/B, BFWA and other
IPTV
Dial-up Internet

Revenue and ASPU
Service revenue
Service revenue as percentage of GDP
Service revenue per head of population per month
Retail revenue (defined as service revenue minus wholesale revenue)
Retail revenue as percentage of GDP
Retail revenue per head of population per month
Retail revenue split by type of service: voice, broadband, dial-up Internet, business network services
Broadband retail revenue as a percentage of fixed retail revenue
Voice ASPU per month
Broadband ASPU per month

Traffic
Fixed-originated minutes
Outgoing MoU per active connection

Operator-level metrics/market share
Broadband subscribers by major broadband operator (and associated market share and year-on-year changes

Total telecoms market (fixed and mobile)
Voice connections
Broadband connections
Service revenue
Service revenue as percentage of GDP
Service revenue per head of population per month
Retail revenue (defined as service revenue minus wholesale revenue)
Retail revenue as percentage of GDP
Retail revenue per head of population per month
Retail revenue split by voice and data
Originated minutes

Mobile telecoms market
Connections
Total (handset plus mobile broadband, excluding M2M)
Split by prepaid and contract, and prepaid share
Population penetration for total, prepaid and contract
2G/3G/4G
Handset, and split by smartphone and basic
Handset population penetration
Broadband
Broadband population penetration
M2M
M2M penetration

Revenue and ARPU
Service revenue
Service revenue as percentage of GDP
Service revenue per head of population per month
Service revenue split by prepaid and contract, and prepaid share
Service revenue split by voice, messaging and data, and data as percentage of service revenue
Retail revenue (defined as service revenue minus wholesale revenue)
Retail revenue as percentage of GDP
Retail revenue per head of population per month
Split by voice, messaging and data
ARPU per month (total, prepaid and contract)

Traffic
Mobile-originated minutes
Outgoing MoU per active connection
Mobile data traffic
Total data traffic per connection

Operator-level metrics/market share
Connections (and associated market share and year-on-year changes)

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