Polish VoIP market 2010
This was particularly notable in small and medium enterprises segment, where VoIP technology is used most because it is easy to integrate VoIP telephony with IT systems alongside the dropping prices. On the other hand, growth in the individual clients segment was most visible among cable network operators and traditional fixed telephony operators.
Today’s economy requires businesses to keep close tabs on market activity in order to make sound decisions and maximise profits. If you are looking for the very latest and most viable data and analysis on Polish VoIP market issues, you should read the latest PMR report VoIP market in Poland 2010, Development Forecasts for 2011-2015.
The report comprises two main parts including the latest market data and additional information on combined services, VoIP hardware and VoIP for mobile phones. The first part presents the market in terms of number of users and value, and discusses the structure of the market from the point of view of VoIP technology applications, major players and connection types. It also describes the segment of business clients, as well as prices on the VoIP market and popularity of IP telephony. The second part details the situation in each of the sub-segments of the market. The Polish VoIP market is divided according to provider types: operators of fixed telephony, cable networks, VoIP, ISP, voice communicators and scratch cards. In addition to sound data and accurate analysis, PMR has included profiles of the top players in each market segment.
VoIP market in Poland 2010, Development Forecasts for 2011-2015 combines valuable business intelligence from a variety of trusted sources into one clear, concise document – ready for delivery to you in convenient electronic format.
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