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Author: Josie Sephton
Publication Date: Apr 30 2021
Pages: 8
Report Type: Teligen
OECD Fixed Broadband

OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking Q1 - 2021

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Report Summary:

OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking Q1 - 2021

The latest OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking service is now available for download. The current update includes 2604 single and bundled broadband plans from the 37 OECD countries. Residential and business plans are collected where available. The system covers 114 providers within the OECD countries. VAT rates revert to pre-pandemic rates in both Germany and Ireland, 19% and 23% respectively.

Teligen has been tracking tariffs in the fixed broadband market for over two decades resulting in an unrivalled archive of historical data. Over the five year period between 2017 and 2021 the availability of high speed fixed broadband tariffs has greatly improved within the OECD members states. In 2017 17 countries out of then 35 OECD countries offered high speed fixed broadband tariffs >= 100 Mbps, and in 2021, this grew to 32 member states out of 37 OECD countries in 2021. Teligen conducts an annual review of fixed broadband market share within the OECD member states, therefore that, as well as market fluctuations and mergers and acquisitions, will affect the provider coverage in each country.

In Q1 2017 SK Broadband in South Korea was top of the list closely followed by Free in France, NTT-East in Japan, T-Home in Hungary and Telia in Finland. At the less desirable end of the graph Superonline in Turkey is by far the most expensive provider, with Telia in Estonia, Post Luxembourg, Lyse in Norway and Vodafone in Portugal making up the bottom five.

In Q1 2021 DIGI in Hungary has taken the top spot from SK Broaband, which has dropped to third place with Baltcom in Latvia sneaking into second. Incidentally, DIGI in Hungary has consistently warmed the top spot for the high speed tariffs over the past few years. Free in France has dropped to seventh place and NTT-East in Japan going the same way down to tenth place. Superonline in Turkey is firmly at the most expensive end. Post Luxembourg is mid table now, Elisa in Estonia and MEO in Portugal climbing out of the most expensive end of the graph. Norway is still expensive with a new representative Telia, and ATT in USA drops into the bottom five from being mid table in 2017. Interestingly Vocus in New Zealand is second most expensive when in 2017 Vodafone in New Zealand was sixth cheapest.

These graphs are a snapshot of what the OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking system has to offer and what wealth of data Strategy Analytics has available on the fixed broadband market.

In the OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking Dashboard, this data can be viewed in three different ways as a table, a bar chart as above and as a graph showing below. The data below is from the previous update Q4 2020 but is added here for demonstration purposes. The current update will be added to the dashboard in due course. The dashboard is an additional feature that our customers have access to with the subscription to the OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking system. 

For further insights into global fixed broadband pricing, current subscribers can download the latest system. If you need any assistance with using the system, please contact us.

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