New Zealand Telecommunications Industry Report 2022-2027

DUBLIN, May 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — New Zealand Telecoms Industry Report – 2022-2027 has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

Mobile subscriptions are expected to continue growing over the 2022-27 period and fixed broadband subscribers will also continue to grow and increase its household penetration over the same period. The telecommunications sector’s revenue-to-GDP ratio is down from its peak in 2005, slipping every year since then.

The New Zealand Telecoms Industry Report projects that 5G mobile subscribers will account for almost 64% of all subscriptions by 2027, 4G will account for around 34% of all connections while 2G and 3G will account for the rest, if not are not deactivated earlier.

The number of mobile subscribers and revenues are increasing sharply, due to population growth and the market shift towards postpaid.

The overall telecommunications market is expected to grow through 2027 after a marked slowdown in 2019 and 2020 due to legacy voice revenue pressure partially offset by mobile data growth and COVID travel restrictions.

The report provides revenue and market forecast analysis as well as market statistics. New Zealand the telecommunications industry, including market size, 5-year forecast, market insights, key telecommunications trends, as well as the following:

  • Global telecommunications market by main operators
  • Telecom operator profile, revenue and EBITDA mix
  • Mobile Subscriber and Revenue Market Overview and Forecast
  • Spectrum holdings
  • IoT Market Overview
  • Broadband Subscribers and Revenue Market Overview and Forecast
  • Digital infrastructure (fiber, telecom towers, data centers, submarine cables)
  • Detailed Overview and Forecast of the National Broadband Network Market
  • Telecom Tower Market Analysis and Forecast
  • Themes / Opportunities related to 5G, M&A and e-Commerce
  • Telco M&A Transaction Database


Main topics covered:

1 Key statistics
1.1 from new zealand Population
1.2 from new zealand Economy
1.3 from new zealand GDP

2 Impact of COVID-19

3 Global telecommunications market, 2015-2027
3.1 Market Overview
3.2 Historical Revenue of Telecommunications Market, 2015- 2021
3.3 Global Telecommunications Market Forecast, 2020-2027
3.4 Capital Expenditure of Telecommunications Market, 2015- 2027
3.4.1 Historical Telecommunications Capital Expenditure, 2015- 2021
3.4.2 Capex at reference revenue
3.4.3 Capex to GDP
3.4.4 Telecommunications Capital Expenditure Forecast, 2020-2027

4 Profile of telecommunications operators
4.1 Profile of Spark New Zealand
4.1.1 Spark Revenue EBITDA and Capex Mix
4.2 Vodafone New Zealand profile
4.2.1 Vodafone New Zealand EBITDA revenue and investment mix
4.3 2Degrees
4.3.1 2degrees Revenue EBITDA and Capex Mix
4.4 Chorus profile
4.4.1 Chorus Revenue, EBITDA and Investment Mix
4.5 Profile of other players
4.5.1 Vocus New Zealand
4.5.2 Trustpower (now Mercury)

5 Mobile market
5.1 New Zealand Mobile Subscriber History and Forecast, 2015- 2027
5.2 New Zealand Mobile Phone Revenue Historical and Forecast, 2015- 2027
5.3 Mobile coverage
5.4 Spectrum funds
5.4.1 History of spectrum auctions and costs
5.4.2 Upcoming 5G auctions in 2022
5.4.3 Analysis of mobile spectrum portfolios
5.4.1 Spectrum Depth Reference by Country
5.5 Mobile download data and pricing trends
5.6 Mobile Speed ​​Tests
5.7 Internet of Things (IoT)

6 Broadband market
6.1 New Zealand Fixed Broadband Subscriber History, 2015- 2021
6.2 New Zealand Fixed Broadband Subscriber Forecast, 2020-2027

7 Investments in fixed telecommunications infrastructure
7.1 Fixed digital infrastructure
7.1.1 Ultra-fast broadband (UFB)
7.1.2 Submarine cables

8 Telecom tower infrastructure landscape in New Zealand
8.1 Market for small limited liability towers
8.1.1 New Zealand telecom tower background
8.2 New Zealand Telecom Towers Market Forecast
8.2.1 New Zealand Telecom Towers Forecast, 2020- 2027
8.2.2 Regulatory considerations
8.3 Spark Tower Co
8.4 Vodafone Tower Co
8.5 Tower Density Benchmark
8.6 Comparison of telecommunications infrastructure

9 Themes / Opportunities
9.1 Opportunities for consolidation
9.2 Aiming for range
9.3 New telecommunications operating model
9.3.1 The appeal of infrastructure multiples
9.4 5G developments
9.4.1 5G Overview
9.4.2 5G – Relative Capex investments and frequency range
9.4.3 OpenRAN 5G
9.4.4 Beyond 5G and towards 6G

10 Telco transaction database


Companies cited

  • 2 degrees
  • Brookfield
  • Crown infrastructure partner
  • Maintaining the crown fiber
  • Chorus
  • Enable Networks
  • Infratil
  • Northpower
  • NZ Telecom
  • Instantaneous
  • Spark
  • TelstraClear
  • power of trust
  • Ultra-fast fiber
  • voice
  • Vodafone WEL networks

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