J’son & Partners Consulting presents main results of the research: Fixed and mobile corporate communication market in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Corporate communication market structure in Moscow and St.Petersburg
According to J'son & Partners Consulting estimations, in 2013 corporate market in Moscow and St. Petersburg was 117.4 and 18.7 bln. roubles respectively. This market volume includes services of traditional voice communication (incl. intrazones/intracity/intercity calls), revenue from fixed broadband access to the Internet and data communications, revenue for provision of mobile voice and data communication services. Revenue from communication channels lease are not included.
Revenue from traditional voice services are still decreasing in B2B segment. Mobile and data communications have started to compensate decrease of traditional voice fixed communication services in the beginning of 2014, while slight increase is still expected.
According to J’son & Partners Consulting analysis, positive growth dynamics of corporate mobile communication is due to several factors:
- Growth of mobile segments: data communications, content and other additional services.
- High potential of corporate mobile communication development among small and medium business (where there is high share of B2C SIM cards use).
- Active implementation of package offers for different targeted segments by operators.
There is almost no difference between consumption structure of services in Moscow and St. Petersburg. Mobile communications are leading with 40% market share. Fixed communications revenue: voice and data communications split shares almost equally.
Decrease from traditional voice services is being observed in all segments: local, intrazones/intracity/intercity communications. This is due to the decrease of necessity in fixed communication (number of used lines) and crossflow of voice traffic in mobile and data transfer networks. According to Russian State Statistics Service, in Russia growth of paid voice traffic increased for 2.3 times from 2010 till 2013.
Cancellation of compulsory traffic direction via intrazones networks by Russian Ministry of Communication can influence the decrease of revenue from traditional voice services.
Such measures will facilitate the decrease of prime cost of far-distance communication because of elimination of some costs. If it influences the end cost for users, it is possible to expect further decrease of market drop and growth of intracity and intercity communication in the general market structure.
Positive tendencies of fixed access to Internet will provide an organic growth of connections in the medium and small business segments as well as the increase of Internet consumption as a whole.
The following data was also examined in the research:
- Indicators of fixed communications by services in $ and pcs.;
- Indicators of mobile communications in $ and pcs.;
- Competitive situation: mobile and fixed voice communications, broadband access to the Internet and data communications;
- Comparison with foreign telecom markets;
- Mainindicatorsforecasttill 2020
Detailed results of the Research are presented in the full version of the Report:
Fixed and mobile corporate communication market in Moscow and St. Petersburg
3. Volume and structure of fixed and mobile communication market in Moscow and St.Petersburg
3.1. Fixed and mobile communication market indicators
3.1.1. Fixed communications
3.1.2. Mobile communications
3.2. Fixed communications market indicators by services
3.2.3. Data communications (VPN)
3.2.4. Channel lease
3.2.5. Other fixed communications services
4. Market indicators by key market players by main types of services,2010-2013, Moscow and St.Petersburg
4.1. Market indicators by key market players – fixed and mobile communications
4.1.1. Fixed communications
4.1.2. Mobile communications
4.2. Market indicators by key market players – fixed communications
4.2.3. Data communications (VPN)
4.2.4. Channels lease
4.2.5. Other services
5. The most dynamically developing telecom services on corporate and inter-operator communication market
5.1. Free call
5.2. VoIP and Virtual PBX (IP-Centrex)
5.3. Audio and video conference communications
5.4. Data centers
5.5. Cloud services
6. Foreign telecom services market
6.1. Internet market
6.2. Telephony market. Key market players
6.3. Data communications (VPN) and channel lease. Key market players
This Information Note is Prepared by J’son & Partners Consulting, We strive to provide factual and prognostic data that fully reflect the situation and are available to us before issuing the material. J’son & Partners Consulting reserves the right to revise the data after publication of new official information by the market players.