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Israel - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

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Israel's mobile broadband penetration recently reached a milestone when it crossed over the 100% mark for population penetration. This reflects the highly competitive mobile sector which exists in Israel; with several operators all competing for customers who enjoy cheap 3G mobile services. While 4G coverage in Israel is significant, the adoption of such services remains low and this has been partly attributed to the prohibitive cost of services and devices.

The operators are feeling the impact of the high level of competition, particularly in the mobile sector. Mobile ARPUs have declined for all the major operators and in 2018 the competitive environment increased even further with the launch of a sixth mobile operator, 018 Xfone.

Israel has a very high household internet penetration rate, almost all of which are broadband connections. There are various competing broadband platforms the DSL and fibre network of fixed-line incumbent Bezeq, the HFC network of HOT and the fibre network from Partner. Bezeq and HOT are both subject to broadband universal service obligations which has resulted in fixed broadband being available to 99% of all households.

Interest in the high-tech sector is still a key growth area for Israel with the US and China, in particular, setting up and investing in various research labs and solutions. Recently Israel turned its attention towards the opportunities presented by the growing cyber-security sector.

 

Key developments:

In 2018 Israel gained a new mobile operator with 018 Xfone launching 4G mobile services under the We4G brand.

There are concerns being raised that telecoms infrastructure investment is falling behind in Israel.

In 2018 Bezeq was directed by the Ministry of Communications to begin offering wholesale telephony services.

The regulator recently approved a network sharing and hosting deal between Cellcom and Electra (which acquired Golan Telecom).

 

Companies mentioned in this report include:

Bezeq, Bezeq International, Pelephone, HOT Telecom, HOT Mobile, Cellcom, 013 NetVision, Partner (Formerly Orange), 012 Smile, Xfone, Golan Telecom (Electra Communications), Israel Broadband Company (IBC); Remi Levy, Mobile 019.

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Table 1 Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities-Israel 2018

Table 2 Evolution of GDP and inflation in Israel 2012 2018

Table 3 Bezeq revenue and EBITDA 2008 Q2 2018

Table 4 Bezeq fixed access lines and monthly ARPL 2003 Q2 2018

Table 5 Fixed lines in service and teledensity 1995 2018

Table 6 Internet users and penetration 1995 2018

Table 7 Fixed broadband subscribers 2001 2018

Table 8 Bezeq fixed broadband subscribers 2005 Q2 2018

Table 9 Average broadband speed per retail Bezeq customer 2007 2017

Table 10 PC penetration 2002 2018

Table 11 International internet bandwidth 2005 2016

Table 12 Fixed broadband subscribers Cable, DSL and FttH/B-2010 2016

Table 13 Major mobile operators' monthly mobile ARPU 2013 2018

Table 14 Historic-Mobile subscribers and penetration rate-1995 2004

Table 15 Israel-mobile subscribers and penetration rate 2005 2023

Table 16 Israel-major mobile operators' market share by subscribers 2010 2017

Table 17 Israel-major mobile operators' subscribers 2017; 2018

Table 18 Active mobile broadband subscriptions 2010 2018

Table 19 4G LTE adoption- 2016; 1H 2018

Table 20 Cellcom consolidated revenue and net profit 2005 2018

Table 21 Cellcom mobile subscribers and ARPU 2005 2018

Table 22 Partner revenue and operating profit 2005 2017

Table 23 Partner mobile subscribers and monthly ARPU 2005 Q3 2018

Table 24 Pelephone revenue and operating profit 2003 Q2 2018

Table 25 Pelephone mobile subscribers and monthly ARPU 2005 Q3 2018

Table 26 HOT Mobile revenue, EBITDA, CAPEX Q3 2016; Q3 2017; Q2 2018

Table 27 HOT Mobile mobile subscribers 2010 2017List of Charts

Chart 1 Major mobile operators monthly mobile ARPU decline 2013-2018

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Bezeq, Bezeq International, Pelephone, HOT Telecom, HOT Mobile, Cellcom, 013 NetVision, Partner (Formerly Orange), 012 Smile, Xfone, Golan Telecom (Electra Communications), Israel Broadband Company (IBC), Remi Levy, Mobile 019.

Israel's mobile broadband penetration recently reached a milestone when it crossed over the 100% mark for population penetration. This reflects the highly competitive mobile sector which exists in Israel; with several operators all competing for customers who enjoy cheap 3G mobile services. While 4G coverage in Israel is significant, the adoption of such services remains low and this has been partly attributed to the prohibitive cost of services and devices.

The operators are feeling the impact of the high level of competition, particularly in the mobile sector. Mobile ARPUs have declined for all the major operators and in 2018 the competitive environment increased even further with the launch of a sixth mobile operator, 018 Xfone.

Israel has a very high household internet penetration rate, almost all of which are broadband connections. There are various competing broadband platforms the DSL and fibre network of fixed-line incumbent Bezeq, the HFC network of HOT and the fibre network from Partner. Bezeq and HOT are both subject to broadband universal service obligations which has resulted in fixed broadband being available to 99% of all households.

Interest in the high-tech sector is still a key growth area for Israel with the US and China, in particular, setting up and investing in various research labs and solutions. Recently Israel turned its attention towards the opportunities presented by the growing cyber-security sector.

 

Key developments:

In 2018 Israel gained a new mobile operator with 018 Xfone launching 4G mobile services under the We4G brand.

There are concerns being raised that telecoms infrastructure investment is falling behind in Israel.

In 2018 Bezeq was directed by the Ministry of Communications to begin offering wholesale telephony services.

The regulator recently approved a network sharing and hosting deal between Cellcom and Electra (which acquired Golan Telecom).

 

Companies mentioned in this report include:

Bezeq, Bezeq International, Pelephone, HOT Telecom, HOT Mobile, Cellcom, 013 NetVision, Partner (Formerly Orange), 012 Smile, Xfone, Golan Telecom (Electra Communications), Israel Broadband Company (IBC); Remi Levy, Mobile 019.

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Table 1 Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities-Israel 2018

Table 2 Evolution of GDP and inflation in Israel 2012 2018

Table 3 Bezeq revenue and EBITDA 2008 Q2 2018

Table 4 Bezeq fixed access lines and monthly ARPL 2003 Q2 2018

Table 5 Fixed lines in service and teledensity 1995 2018

Table 6 Internet users and penetration 1995 2018

Table 7 Fixed broadband subscribers 2001 2018

Table 8 Bezeq fixed broadband subscribers 2005 Q2 2018

Table 9 Average broadband speed per retail Bezeq customer 2007 2017

Table 10 PC penetration 2002 2018

Table 11 International internet bandwidth 2005 2016

Table 12 Fixed broadband subscribers Cable, DSL and FttH/B-2010 2016

Table 13 Major mobile operators' monthly mobile ARPU 2013 2018

Table 14 Historic-Mobile subscribers and penetration rate-1995 2004

Table 15 Israel-mobile subscribers and penetration rate 2005 2023

Table 16 Israel-major mobile operators' market share by subscribers 2010 2017

Table 17 Israel-major mobile operators' subscribers 2017; 2018

Table 18 Active mobile broadband subscriptions 2010 2018

Table 19 4G LTE adoption- 2016; 1H 2018

Table 20 Cellcom consolidated revenue and net profit 2005 2018

Table 21 Cellcom mobile subscribers and ARPU 2005 2018

Table 22 Partner revenue and operating profit 2005 2017

Table 23 Partner mobile subscribers and monthly ARPU 2005 Q3 2018

Table 24 Pelephone revenue and operating profit 2003 Q2 2018

Table 25 Pelephone mobile subscribers and monthly ARPU 2005 Q3 2018

Table 26 HOT Mobile revenue, EBITDA, CAPEX Q3 2016; Q3 2017; Q2 2018

Table 27 HOT Mobile mobile subscribers 2010 2017List of Charts

Chart 1 Major mobile operators monthly mobile ARPU decline 2013-2018

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paul budde communication, buddecomm, telecomunications research, country profile, Broadband Fixed, Digital Economy, Mobile & Wireless Broadband and Media, Mobile Communications (voice and infrastructure), Telecoms Infrastructure, Israel, The Middle East


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Bezeq, Bezeq International, Pelephone, HOT Telecom, HOT Mobile, Cellcom, 013 NetVision, Partner (Formerly Orange), 012 Smile, Xfone, Golan Telecom (Electra Communications), Israel Broadband Company (IBC), Remi Levy, Mobile 019.