Market Analysis and Statistics

Market Analysis

Markets according to ESA´s recommendation from 2016

Market 1: Wholesale call termination on individual public telephone networks provided at a fixed location

Market 2: Wholesale voice call termination on individual mobile networks

Market 3:

  1. Wholesale local access provided at a fixed location
  2. Wholesale central access provided at a fixed location for mass-market products

Market 4: Wholesale high-quality access provided at a fixed location

Markets according to ESA´s recommendation from 2008

Market 1 - Access to the fixed telephone networks (earlier m1-2)

Market 2 - Call origination on the fixed telephone network (earlier m8)

Market 3 - Call termination on individual fixed telephone networks (earlier m9)

Market 4 - Wholesale access to the local loop (earlier m11)

Market 5 - Wholesale broadband access (earlier m12)

Market 6 - Wholesale terminating segments of leased lines (earlier m13)

Market 7 - Voicel call termination on individual mobile networks (earlier m16), M7, 2nd round

Laws and regulations

Act on the Post and Tele­com Administration, No. 69, 24 March 2003

Electronic Communications Act No. 81, 26 March 2003

ECOI's Statistics reports

The Electronic Communiations Office of Iceland publishes a statistical report on the Icelandic electronic communications market twice a year.

 Background data

External links:

Older reports:

 Background data (Updated December 3rd 2019)

 Background data

 Background data

Nordic telecommunications reports

A database on telecommunication use has been published annually for the nordic countries, i.e. Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.  The Baltic countries have been included since 2013.
The data consists of a selected number of variables that are comparable between the Nordic and Baltic countries
The figures are collected and validated by the Nordic-Baltic working group on statistics and definitions.
If not stated otherwise the source for all figures are the relevant national regulatory agencies and/or the national statistical agencies of each country

Below are the annual data reports from the year 2009 and onward.

In addition to the report for each year the data from the most recent report can be accessed on a database kept by the Swedish Post- and Telecom Authority (PTS): http://statistik.pts.se/PTSnordic/NordicBaltic2016/