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[December 19, 2012]

Telecommunications Market in Poland 2012 - Assess the possibilities for advancement in Poland's telecoms sector

Dec 19, 2012 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wwtztd/telecommunications) has announced the addition of the "Telecommunications Market in Poland 2012" report to their offering.

Assess the possibilities for advancement in Poland's telecoms sector.

New report forecasts development for 2012-2016 Are you looking for an all-inclusive source of data, in-depth analysis and projections for growth in the fixed-line telephony, mobile telephony and DLISP segments of Polish telecommunications Do you have questions about how this market will develop during the years from 2012-2016 Do you need to know which trends are shaping the market Are you interested in the market's major product and service providers, their shares, investments and strategies for expansion In order to provide the comprehensive business information source that answers all of these questions and many more, PMR's team of expert analysts has compiled Telecommunications market in Poland 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2016. This publication covers each major segment in its own chapter, and offers feedback on market conditions and prospects obtained from industry professionals in a survey of 100 of the largest telecommunications companies operating in Poland.

The report draws data from a diverse group of sources to report on the status of major market indicators. It focuses on fixed line telephony, supplying total figures for call minutes and users and exploring the segment's structure in terms of local, international and F2M services. The document gauges the value of the mobile telephony segment by supplying total multimedia and text messages sent, call minutes and recent evolution of the market and the extent of its penetration. Also featured - a separate appendix of smartphone data, detailing the growth of mobile Internet services and distribution of mobile phones across the country.

The publication analyses market value and prevailing trends in precise detail, and estimates their effects, both positive and restrictive, on the value and growth of each major segment and sub-segment. It examines DLISP, encompassing provision of Internet services, transmission of data and line rental, and offers exclusive forecasts for development of the entire market as well as its segments, for the period to 2016.

Key Topics Covered: Methodology Executive summary Overview of the telecommunications market in Poland Findings of the survey of the largest telecommunications companies in Poland Mobile telephony market Fixed-line telephony market Market of data transmission, line rental and internet services provision For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wwtztd/telecommunications CONTACT: Research and Markets, Laura Wood, Senior Manager.

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