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While a number of political events led to the Turkish currency taking a recent slide; the telecoms sector itself has demonstrated keen growth over the past year or so with a rise in subscribers, data usage and uptake of bundled packages.

Significant investments in expanding fibre-optic broadband networks are continuing while DSL retains it status of having the largest market share of all the fixed broadband access technologies. Turkey offers substantial opportunities for fixed broadband growth considering its current penetration is only around 15%.

4G LTE networks are well established across Turkey and are providing network coverage to around 87% of the population. In 2019 Turkcell, Turk Telekom and Vodafone Turkey continue to progress with their 5G developments.

A project is also underway in Turkey which is using the Universal Services Fund to supply mobile infrastructure to over 1,400 areas which are lacking.

Key developments:

Trade tensions with the USA led to Turkey placing a higher tariff on some imported goods coming from the USA, including a boycott on iPhones.

Turkey is proving to be one of the more progressive mobile markets in the Middle East with revenue from mobile data services growing quickly.

Interestingly, because of the three major mobile operators all launching 4G LTE services in April 2016; Turkey has witnessed a dramatic decline in 3G mobile subscriptions.

While mobile broadband becomes increasingly popular in Turkey-the fixed broadband network is also progressing sharply with a clear direction now towards fibre broadband.

Turkey also has excellent international infrastructure with links to many of international cable networks due to its geographic location between Europe and Asia.

Companies mentioned in this report include:

Turk Telekom (formerly Avea), Turkcell, Vodafone Turkey, Turksat, Superonline.

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

Table 2 Turkey GDP and inflation 2012 2018

Table 3 Turk Telekom Revenue, profit, EBITDA and CAPEX 2007 Q2 2018

Table 4 Turk Telecom subscribers and market share by service 2016; Q1 2018

Table 5 Turk Telekom PSTN, Broadband and blended mobile ARPU- 2012 2017

Table 6 Superonline financial data 2009 2018

Table 7 Fixed lines in service and teledensity 1995 Q1 2018

Table 8 Fibre optic cable lengths for Turk Telekom 2011 2017

Table 9 Fibre optic cable lengths for Alternative operators 2011 Q1 2017

Table 10 Fibre broadband subscribers-Turk Telekom, Superonline, Vodafone Turkey 2015-Q1 2017

Table 11 Broadband subscribers and penetration rate 2008 Q1 2018

Table 12-Average monthly data usage per Turk Telekom broadband subscriber 2011; 2013; 2015; 2017

Table 13 International Internet Bandwidth 2003 2016

Table 14 Turkey-xDSL subscriptions 2015-Q1 2018

Table 15 Turkey-cable internet subscriptions 2015-Q1 2018

Table 16 Turkey-fibre broadband subscribers 2013 2017

Table 17 Historic Turkey-mobile subscribers and penetration rate-1995 2004

Table 18 Turkey-mobile subscribers and penetration rate 2005 2019

Table 19 Turkey-historical-breakdown of mobile revenue 2008 Q1 2016

Table 20 Turkey-ratio of prepaid to postpaid subscribers 2000 Q1 2018

Table 21 Turkey-active mobile broadband subscriptions 2009 2019

Table 22 Turkey-2G; 3G; 4G subscribers 2009 Q3 2017

Table 25 Turkey-mobile operators' market share by subscribers 2007 2018

Table 26 Turkey-mobile operators' market share by revenue Q3 2017

Table 27 Turkcell Turkey subscribers 2016; Q2 2018

Table 28 Turkcell group financial data 2012 2018

Table 29 Turkcell Turkey average monthly blended mobile ARPU 2008 2018

Table 30 Turkcell Turkey average monthly MOU and mobile churn 2001 2018

Table 31 Turkcell smartphone penetration 2012 2018

Table 32 Vodafone Turkey financial and subscriber data 2008 2018

Table 34 Historical-Vodafone Turkey smartphone penetration 2011 2015

Table 35 Turk Telekom Group-key financial data 2007 2018

Table 36 Turk Telekom Group-prepaid, post-paid subscribers and blended ARPU 2012 2018List of Charts

Chart 1 Major operators-market share of fibre broadband subscribers Q1 2018

Chart 2 Turkey-mobile operator market share by subscribers 2018

Chart 3 Turkcell Turkey Average monthly blended mobile ARPU growth 2008-2018

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While a number of political events led to the Turkish currency taking a recent slide; the telecoms sector itself has demonstrated keen growth over the past year or so with a rise in subscribers, data usage and uptake of bundled packages.

Significant investments in expanding fibre-optic broadband networks are continuing while DSL retains it status of having the largest market share of all the fixed broadband access technologies. Turkey offers substantial opportunities for fixed broadband growth considering its current penetration is only around 15%.

4G LTE networks are well established across Turkey and are providing network coverage to around 87% of the population. In 2019 Turkcell, Turk Telekom and Vodafone Turkey continue to progress with their 5G developments.

A project is also underway in Turkey which is using the Universal Services Fund to supply mobile infrastructure to over 1,400 areas which are lacking.

Key developments:

Trade tensions with the USA led to Turkey placing a higher tariff on some imported goods coming from the USA, including a boycott on iPhones.

Turkey is proving to be one of the more progressive mobile markets in the Middle East with revenue from mobile data services growing quickly.

Interestingly, because of the three major mobile operators all launching 4G LTE services in April 2016; Turkey has witnessed a dramatic decline in 3G mobile subscriptions.

While mobile broadband becomes increasingly popular in Turkey-the fixed broadband network is also progressing sharply with a clear direction now towards fibre broadband.

Turkey also has excellent international infrastructure with links to many of international cable networks due to its geographic location between Europe and Asia.

Companies mentioned in this report include:

Turk Telekom (formerly Avea), Turkcell, Vodafone Turkey, Turksat, Superonline.

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Scope

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

Table 2 Turkey GDP and inflation 2012 2018

Table 3 Turk Telekom Revenue, profit, EBITDA and CAPEX 2007 Q2 2018

Table 4 Turk Telecom subscribers and market share by service 2016; Q1 2018

Table 5 Turk Telekom PSTN, Broadband and blended mobile ARPU- 2012 2017

Table 6 Superonline financial data 2009 2018

Table 7 Fixed lines in service and teledensity 1995 Q1 2018

Table 8 Fibre optic cable lengths for Turk Telekom 2011 2017

Table 9 Fibre optic cable lengths for Alternative operators 2011 Q1 2017

Table 10 Fibre broadband subscribers-Turk Telekom, Superonline, Vodafone Turkey 2015-Q1 2017

Table 11 Broadband subscribers and penetration rate 2008 Q1 2018

Table 12-Average monthly data usage per Turk Telekom broadband subscriber 2011; 2013; 2015; 2017

Table 13 International Internet Bandwidth 2003 2016

Table 14 Turkey-xDSL subscriptions 2015-Q1 2018

Table 15 Turkey-cable internet subscriptions 2015-Q1 2018

Table 16 Turkey-fibre broadband subscribers 2013 2017

Table 17 Historic Turkey-mobile subscribers and penetration rate-1995 2004

Table 18 Turkey-mobile subscribers and penetration rate 2005 2019

Table 19 Turkey-historical-breakdown of mobile revenue 2008 Q1 2016

Table 20 Turkey-ratio of prepaid to postpaid subscribers 2000 Q1 2018

Table 21 Turkey-active mobile broadband subscriptions 2009 2019

Table 22 Turkey-2G; 3G; 4G subscribers 2009 Q3 2017

Table 25 Turkey-mobile operators' market share by subscribers 2007 2018

Table 26 Turkey-mobile operators' market share by revenue Q3 2017

Table 27 Turkcell Turkey subscribers 2016; Q2 2018

Table 28 Turkcell group financial data 2012 2018

Table 29 Turkcell Turkey average monthly blended mobile ARPU 2008 2018

Table 30 Turkcell Turkey average monthly MOU and mobile churn 2001 2018

Table 31 Turkcell smartphone penetration 2012 2018

Table 32 Vodafone Turkey financial and subscriber data 2008 2018

Table 34 Historical-Vodafone Turkey smartphone penetration 2011 2015

Table 35 Turk Telekom Group-key financial data 2007 2018

Table 36 Turk Telekom Group-prepaid, post-paid subscribers and blended ARPU 2012 2018List of Charts

Chart 1 Major operators-market share of fibre broadband subscribers Q1 2018

Chart 2 Turkey-mobile operator market share by subscribers 2018

Chart 3 Turkcell Turkey Average monthly blended mobile ARPU growth 2008-2018

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Turk Telekom (formerly Avea), Turkcell, Vodafone Turkey, Turksat, Superonline.