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OECD Fixed Broadband

OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking Q2 2020



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OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking Q2 - 2020

The latest OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking service is now available for download. The current update includes 2375 single and bundled broadband plans from the 37 OECD countries. Residential and business plans are collected where available. Colombia formally became a member state of the OECD on 28th of April 2020.

The annual review of market share based on subscriber numbers within the 37 OECD member states has been undertaken. The OECD criteria calls for the top three service providers in each country, with a combined market share of 70% based on subscriber numbers. If the top three providers do not reach the combined market share of 70%, a fourth provider is added.

The fixed broadband market within the OECD countries is very established; however, there are some movements which mergers and acquisitions dominating the changes.

From our previous review we note that in the Czech Republic Vodafone and UPC have merged to form Starnet. In Iceland Nova replaces Hringdu and in Luxembourg Luxembourg Online replaces Orange SA. Finally in Sweden Tele2’s takeover of ComHem has been complete.

With Colombia’s membership to the OECD being confirmed we take the opportunity to observe how they compare to other member states and geographic neighbours.

In the 15GB 0.25Mb/s and the 60GB 25Mb/s baskets Movistar has the cheapest offering for Colombia but comes in sixth from the bottom for both baskets.  Telmex in Chile and Telmex in Mexico both sit comfortably around the middle of the table in the 15GB 0.25Mb/s basket and are slightly higher up the rankings in the 60GB 25Mb/s basket.

The tables turn when looking at the 120GB 100Mb/s basket. In Mexico Megacable has the cheapest offering across the Mexican providers, but is down at the more expensive part of the table to land in eight place from the bottom. Movistar in Colombia ends in 35th place for this basket and only Telus in Canada and Vodafone in Greece are more expensive. Telmex in Chile, however, makes a steady progress up towards the more desirable end of the graph.

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