The Total Fixed Voice Subscription and Revenue Forecast: 2018–23 is part of Ovum's fixed forecast series, which provides in-depth projections of KPIs for the fixed voice market to 2023. It includes subscriptions by technology, service revenues, subscription revenues, and call revenues.
- On a global basis, service revenues from fixed voice services are expected to decline at a CAGR of -5.64% between 2018 and 2023, from $142bn in 2018 to $106bn in 2023. The largest declines in absolute terms will occur in the markets of Africa (-10.50% CAGR), Central and Southern Asia (-7.79%), and Eastern Europe (-7.50%).
- Globally, fixed voice subscriptions will fall from 931 million in 2018 to 821 million in 2023, a CAGR of -2.49%, driven by fixed-to-mobile substitution. This decline is far slower than the decline in revenues due to the impact of bundling.
Features and Benefits
- Examines how fixed voice subscriptions and revenues will change between 2018 and 2023 across all regions and major markets in the world.
- Shows the increasing maturity of developed-market fixed voice services and the impact of fixed-to-mobile and VoIP substitution.
Key questions answered
- How many voice subscriptions are there globally, and how fast will they decline over the next five years?
- What is the outlook for fixed voice revenues?
- How are voice revenues shifting between calls and subscriptions?
- How is fixed voice technology migrating over the next five years?
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