Telecommunications services for business and carrier segment in Poland 2013

Market analysis and development forecasts for 2014-2017

As the saturation with telecom services reaches high levels, the segment of business solutions gains importance, whether it is fixed line telephony, mobile phones, or access services. The scale of drops in the number of services and in revenues is lower within the shrinking fixed line market than on the mass market. In mobile telephony, enterprises generate a higher ARPU per SIM card for operators. However, the most important advantage of the business segment is the higher (compared to the individual user segment) need for various added services – whether in the DLISP segment (e.g. data centre or cloud computing services), fixed line telephony (e.g. PBX, help lines), or mobile phone services (e.g. M2M communication or mass texting). While the segment of business services in 2012 promised an improvement of results, the market of operator services was under a strong influence of MTR cuts in the mobile telephony segment. Positive trends in the segment of fixed line operator services and wholesale leased lines did not manage to prevent the clear drops in total revenues from wholesale. Forecasts for the wholesale market for 2014-2017 are still optimistic, with the average yearly growth rate higher than in the business segment.

 

Zoran Vuckovic, ICT market Analyst

 

 

The report - in brief

 

This report investigates the size, scope and value of the market for telecommunications services as provided to Polish enterprises and telecoms operators on a wholesale basis. It analyses the data and prospects of the fixed-line and mobile telephony segments as well as in the DLSIP segment, which includes Internet access, data transmission and line leases.

 

Along with this report PMR delivers a database of active operators providing telecommunications services for the business and carrier segment in Poland.

 

Readers will benefit from comprehensive market forecasts to 2017 and in-depth analysis of telecommunications trends making news in enterprises across Poland.

 

Additional database of active operators...

 

A database of companies delivered with the report “Telecommunications services for business and carrier segment in Poland” is a list of active providers of services for the business and carrier segment companies. It comprises the list of:

  • Providers of fixed-line telephone services for the business segment
  • Providers of internet access services for the business segment
  • Providers of fixed-line telephone services for the business segment (Dial-UP)
  • Providers of retail line leasing services
  • Providers of wholesale line leasing services
  • Providers of services through BSA and WLR wholesale offers
  • Participants of main exchange points.

 

Learn about market value and developmental direction…

 

This document describes the value and structure of all relevant segments:

  • Fixed-line  telephony – traditional  and VoIP services, local, F2M, and international calling within the business segment
  • Mobile telephony – number of SIM cards within the business segment and value of the market DLISP services – internet access, data transmission and line rental
  • Wholesale services – within mobile and fixed-line telephony as well as within wholesale line leasing, IP traffic transit and peering services;

In addition, this report offers profiles of companies successfully engaged in the business and wholesale areas of the Polish telecommunications market. These corporate biographies contain information on size, earnings, location, offers and plans for upcoming expansion.

 

Key questions answered in this report include…

  • How large and valuable is the business and wholesale segment of the Polish telecommunications market?
  • What revenue levels have telecoms service wholesalers reached in recent years on the Polish market?
  • Which trends are demonstrating the strongest influence on the market?
  • Which are the leading services offered by telecoms business and wholesale providers to their customers?
  • Which market issues concern telecoms operators most and how much have they recently invested in key categories?
  • Which government regulations affect market growth most profoundly?
  • How and to what degree will the business and wholesale segments develop by 2017?

 

Take advantage of unique market information, such as…

  • Descriptions of service offerings of business and wholesale telecoms providers
  • Comprehensive data gathered from a diverse range of trusted sources
  • Convenient data presentation and segmental analysis that enables comparative assessment of market performance
  • Detailed profiles of key companies active in both the business and wholesale sectors of the market
  • Solid predictions for growth in each of the market’s major segments.

 

Did you know...

  • In value terms, revenues from the business segment dominate the market of business and operator services.
  • Introducing flat rate offers in 2012 had a negative impact on the expansion of telecom services for the business segment.
  • In 2012 operator revenues from subscriptions and the VoIP market in the business segment were equal.
  • In 2012-2013 companies analysed their outlays on telecom services in more detail.
  • The segment of mobile telephony accounts for the largest part of the wholesale market in Poland.
  • In fixed line telephony, the largest section of revenues from wholesale comes from transfer services.
  • The main competitors of TP SA (Orange) on the market of leased lines are Exatel, TK Telekom, GTS Poland and Netia.
  • Fibre optic leased line services on the Polish market are provided by two groups: telecom operators and specialised entities developing infrastructural resources for further leasing or resale.

 

Selected companies analysed in this report...

ATM, Emitel, Exatel, GTS Poland, Inea, Integrated Solutions, Lovo, Mediatel, MNI Telecom, Multimedia Polska, Naukowa i Akademicka Sieć Komputerowa (NASK), Netia, P4, PLIX, Polkomtel, PTK Centertel, Telekomunikacja Novum, Telekomunikacja Polska (Orange), Telepolska, Tele-Polska Holding, T-Mobile, TK Telekom, Toya, T-Systems Polska, TTcomm, UPC, Vectra.

 

This market intelligence resource is especially valuable when...

  • Beginning or expanding operations into the business/operator segment of the Polish telecoms industry
  • Conducting an analysis of the active competitors in this market
  • Researching the outcomes of important trends in the business and wholesale segments of Polish telecommunications
  • Engaging in strategic planning in the business and wholesale telecommunications segments.

 

Be sure to review this valuable document, especially if you are…

  • An executive or marketing professional in the Polish telecommunications industry
  • A telecommunications and/or network equipment supplier
  • A distributor of ITC products and services
  • An academic or research professional
  • A consultant or analyst serving telecoms businesses
  • Part of an industry support organization or chamber of commerce
  • A banking, investment or brokerage services professional.

 

Extract from this report

  • The largest segment of the market of telecom services is mobile telephony. In 2012 it accounted for 47% of the value of the market.
  • The number of business SIM cards used by Polish companies and institutions has been rising constantly for six years. In 2013 the number reached 7.5m, 4% more than a year earlier.
  • Revenues from data transfer generates the largest portion of DLISP services for the business segment. In 2012 the segment was more than a half of the value of the entire market.

Market commentary by expert

 

As the saturation with telecom services reaches high levels, the segment of business solutions gains importance, whether it is fixed line telephony, mobile phones, or access services. The scale of drops in the number of services and in revenues is lower within the shrinking fixed line market than on the mass market. In mobile telephony, enterprises generate a higher ARPU per SIM card for operators. However, the most important advantage of the business segment is the higher (compared to the individual user segment) need for various added services – whether in the DLISP segment (e.g. data centre or cloud computing services), fixed line telephony (e.g. PBX, help lines), or mobile phone services (e.g. M2M communication or mass texting). While the segment of business services in 2012 promised an improvement of results, the market of operator services was under a strong influence of MTR cuts in the mobile telephony segment. Positive trends in the segment of fixed line operator services and wholesale leased lines did not manage to prevent the clear drops in total revenues from wholesale. Forecasts for the wholesale market for 2014-2017 are still optimistic, with the average yearly growth rate higher than in the business segment.

 

Zoran Vuckovic, ICT market Analyst

 

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  1. Methodology p. 9

  2. Executive summary p. 15

  3. Overview of the market of telecommunications services for the business and carrier segment p. 23

    1. Enterprises active on the Polish market p. 23
    2. Value and change of the market of telecommunications services in the business and carrier segment p. 29
    3. Forecasts for the market of telecommunications services in the business and carrier segment p. 34
  4. Mobile telephony services for the business segment p. 39

    1. Market value and change p. 39
    2. Number of SIM cards and market structure p. 42
    3. M2M communication p. 49
    4. Mobile internet access in the business segment p. 51
    5. Forecasts for the market of mobile telephony in the business segment p. 53
  5. Fixed-line telephony services for the business segment p. 57

    1. Value and change p. 57
    2. Number of services and fixed-line telephony penetration p. 58
    3. Key trends on the market of fixed-line telephony services for the business segment p. 64
    4. VoIP market p. 68
    5. Fixed-line telephony market structure p. 72
      1. Market of domestic calls (LC and DLD) p. 74
      2. F2M traffic market p. 75
      3. International traffic (ILD) market p. 77
    6. Forecasts for the market of fixed-line telephony in the business segment p. 78
  6. DLISP services for the business segment p. 83

    1. Internet access services      85
    2. Data transmission market p. 91
      1. IP VPN p. 92
    3. Retail line rental p. 93
  7. Market of operator (wholesale) telecommunications services p. 97

    1. Wholesale market in mobile telephony p. 99
      1. Call termination p. 101
      2. SMS termination market p. 105
      3. Call origination p. 106
    2. Wholesale market in fixed-line telephony p. 108
      1. Call origination p. 111
      2. Call termination p. 112
      3. Call transit and wholesale services p. 113
    3. Wholesale line rental, IP traffic transit and exchange p. 116
      1. Wholesale line rental p. 116
        1. Fibre optic line rental p. 120
        2. Network construction p. 122
      2. IP traffic transit and exchange (peering) p. 123
        1. IP traffic transit p. 123
        2. IP traffic exchange (peering) p. 124
    4. Extra: International roaming in mobile telephony p. 127
  8. Profiles of key players on the market of telecommunications services for the business and carrier segment p. 133

    1. ATM p. 133
    2. Exatel p. 136
    3. GTS Poland p. 139
    4. Hawe p. 142
    5. NASK p. 143
    6. Netia p. 145
    7. P4 p. 150
    8. Polkomtel p. 152
    9. Telekomunikacja Polska (Orange) p. 154
    10. T-Mobile p.   159
    11. T-Systems p. 160
    12. TK Telekom p. 161
    13. UPC Polska p.   163
    14. Offers of selected smaller operators for the business segment p.   165
      1. Fixed-line telephony offer p. 165
      2. DLISP offer p. 166
  9. List of graphs p. 167

  10. List of tables p. 175

  11. About PMR p. 177

List of graphs

  1. Number of active enterprises and REGON registered enterprises in Poland (million), 1999-2013      24
  2. Number of registered active enterprises, new entries and removals from the National Court Register (KRS) in Poland, 2001-2013      26
  3. New companies entered in the KRS in Poland, by their legal form (%), 2012      27
  4. Number of bankruptcies and liquidations recorded in Poland, 2006-2012      27
  5. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the market of telecommunications services in the business and carrier segment in Poland, 2008-2013      29
  6. Value structure of the market of telecommunications services in the business and carrier segment in Poland (%), 2008-2013      29
  7. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the market of telecommunications services in the business segment in Poland, 2008-2013      30
  8. Shares of fixed-line telephony, mobile telephony and DLISP services in the value of the market of telecommunications services for the business segment in Poland (%), 2007-2013      30
  9. Change of the market of telecommunications services for the business and carrier segment and as a whole in Poland (%), 2008-2013      31
  10. Value structure of the market of mobile telephony for the business segment in Poland, by clients’ headcount (%), 2008-2013      32
  11. Value structure of the market of internet access services for the business segment in Poland, by clients’ headcount (%), 2008-2013      32
  12. Value structure of the market of fixed-line telephony services for the business segment in Poland, by clients’ headcount (%), 2008-2013      33
  13. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the market of telecommunications services in the business and carrier segment in Poland, 2012-2017      34
  14. Value structure of the market of telecommunications services in the business and carrier segment in Poland (%), 2012-2017      34
  15. Value change of the market of telecommunications services in the business and carrier segment in Poland, by key segments (%), 2012-2017      35
  16. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the market of telecommunications services in the business segment in Poland, 2012-2017      36
  17. Value of telecommunications services in the business segment in Poland, by markets (PLN bn), 2012-2017      36
  18. Value structure of the market of mobile telephony for the business segment in Poland, by clients’ headcount (%), 2012-2017      37
  19. Value structure of the market of internet access for the business segment in Poland, by clients’ headcount (%), 2012-2017      38
  20. Value structure of the market of fixed-line telephony for the business segment in Poland, by clients’ headcount (%), 2012-2017      38
  21. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the market of mobile telephony for the business segment in Poland, 2007-2013      40
  22. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the market of business services provided by telephone in Poland, 2007-2013      41
  23. Value structure of the market of mobile telephony for the business segment in Poland, by shares of individual service types (%), 2007-2013      41
  24. Value share of the market of mobile telephony for the business segment in the mobile telephony market in Poland (%), 2007-2013      42
  25. Number of active SIM cards in the business segment in Poland (million) and its annual change (%), 2007-2013      43
  26. Number of SIM cards in the business segment in Poland (million) and its annual change (%), 2007-2013      43
  27. Net new additions in mobile telephony in the business segment in Poland (‘000), by types of clients, 2007-2013      44
  28. Share of the business segment in the mobile telephony market in Poland, in terms of the number of active SIM cards (%), 2007-2013      45
  29. Volume structure of the market of mobile telephony for the business segment in Poland, by shares of individual service types (%), 2007-2013      46
  30. Operators’ shares in the market of mobile telephony for the business segment in Poland (%), by the number of SIM cards (million), 2013      46
  31. Per minute charges for calls to other networks in the post-paid business segment in MNOs’ offers in Poland (PLN), January 2000-October 2013      48
  32. Number of active SIM cards in the M2M segment in Poland (‘000) and its annual change (%), 2007-2013      49
  33. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the M2M market in the mobile telephony networks in Poland, 2007-2013      50
  34. Number of active SIM cards in the segment of mobile internet access on the business market in Poland (‘000) and its annual change (%), 2007-2013      51
  35. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the market of mobile internet access in mobile telephony in the business segment in Poland, 2007-2013      52
  36. Average monthly bills for using mobile internet services in enterprises and public institutions in Poland, December 2012      52
  37. Number of active SIM cards in the business segment in Poland (million) and its annual change (%), 2012-2017      53
  38. Share of the business segment in the mobile telephony market in Poland, in terms of the number of active SIM cards (%), 2012-2017      54
  39. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the market of mobile telephony for the business segment in Poland, 2012-2017      55
  40. Value changes of the market of mobile telephony for the business segment in Poland, by key segments (%), 2012-2017      55
  41. Value structure of the market of mobile telephony for the business segment in Poland, by types of services (%), 2012-2017      56
  42. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the retail market of fixed-line telephony for the business segment in Poland, 2007-2013      57
  43. Number (million) and change (%) of fixed-line telephony services in the business segment in Poland, 2007-2013      58
  44. Number (million) and change (%) of fixed telephony lines in the business segment in Poland, 2007-2013      59
  45. Net increase in the number of fixed telephony lines and services in the business segment in Poland (‘000), 2007-2013      59
  46. Shares of PSTN and VoIP/WLL lines in the total number of fixed-line telephony services in the business segment in Poland (%), 2007-2013      60
  47. Change in the number of PSTN lines and fixed-line telephony services in the business segment and in households in Poland (%), 2007-2013      60
  48. Share of the business segment in the total number of fixed-line telephony services in Poland (%), 2007-2013      61
  49. Structure of the market of fixed-line telephony in the business segment in Poland (%), by the number of the key players’ services (million), H1 2013      62
  50. Structure of the market of fixed-line telephony in the business segment in Poland (%), by the number of the key players’ lines (million), H1 2013      63
  51. Number of WLR lines in Poland, broken down into the segments of businesses and individuals (million), 2010-2013      64
  52. Growth rate of the market of fixed-line telephony for the business segment in Poland in terms of value and volume (%), 2007-2013      64
  53. Aggregated value of the average monthly revenue per user of fixed-line telephony services in the business segment in Poland (PLN), 2007-2013      65
  54. Average aggregated monthly call time per active fixed-line telephony service in the business segment in Poland (minutes), 2007-2013      66
  55. Share of the business segment in the total revenue from individual call types in the fixed-line telephony in Poland (%), 2007-2013      67
  56. Share of the business segment in the traffic generated by individual call types in the fixed-line telephony in Poland (%), 2007-2013      67
  57. Number of VoIP telephony lines in the business segment in Poland (‘000) and its change (%), 2007-2013      68
  58. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the market of VoIP telephony for the business segment in Poland, 2007-2013      69
  59. Shares of subscription fees and call charges in the volume of the VoIP market in the business segment in Poland (%), 2007-2013      69
  60. Value structure of the VoIP market in the business segment in Poland, by key segments (PLN m), 2007-2013      70
  61. Share of VoIP telephony in revenue generated by individual types of calls in the business segment in Poland (%), 2007-2013      71
  62. Share of VoIP telephony in the market of calls in Poland, by volume of traffic in the business segment and in total (%), 2007-2013      71
  63. Shares of PSTN and VoIP networks in the value of the market of domestic calls in the business segment in Poland (%), 2007-2013      74
  64. Shares of PSTN and VoIP networks in the volume of the market of domestic calls in the business segment in Poland (%), 2007-2013      75
  65. Shares of PSTN and VoIP networks in the value of the market of F2M calls in the business segment in Poland (%), 2007-2013      76
  66. Shares of PSTN and VoIP networks in the volume of the market of F2M calls in the business segment in Poland (%), 2007-2013      76
  67. Shares of PSTN and VoIP networks in the value of the market of international calls in the business segment in Poland (%), 2007-2013      77
  68. Shares of PSTN and VoIP networks in the volume of the market of international calls in the business segment in Poland (%), 2007-2013      78
  69. Number of fixed-line telephony services in the business segment in Poland (million) and its change (%), 2012-2017      79
  70. Number of alternative fixed-line telephony services in the business segment in Poland (‘000) and change (%, y-o-y), 2012-2017      79
  71. Structure of the market of fixed-line telephony services in the business segment in Poland, broken down into traditional lines and alternative services (%), 2012-2017      80
  72. Change in the number of fixed-line telephony services in Poland, broken down into the business segment and households (%), 2012-2017      81
  73. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the market of fixed-line telephony in the business segment in Poland, 2012-2017      82
  74. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the market of DLISP services for the business segment in Poland, 2006-2017      83
  75. Value structure of the market of DLISP services for the business segment in Poland (%), 2006-2017      84
  76. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the internet access market in the business segment in Poland, 2006-2013      85
  77. ARPU generated by ISP services in the business segment in Poland (PLN), by types of lines, 2011-2012      85
  78. Number of subscribers to internet access services in the business segment in Poland (‘000) and change (%), 2006-2013      86
  79. Shares of individual types of enterprises in the number of broadband internet subscribers in the business segment in Poland (%), 2013      87
  80. Share of enterprises in Poland having internet access (%), 2006-2012      88
  81. Types of internet access used by SMEs in Poland (%), 2012      88
  82. Shares of individual types of internet connections used by large scale enterprises in Poland (%), April 2013      89
  83. Number of subscribers (‘000) to internet access services in the business segment in Poland and change (%), 2012-2017      90
  84. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the internet access market in the business segment in Poland, 2012-2017      91
  85. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the data transmission market in Poland, 2006-2013      91
  86. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the data transmission market in Poland, 2012-2017      92
  87. Value of IP VPN/MPLS services in Poland (PLN m) and their share in the data transmission market (%), 2008-2013      93
  88. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the retail line rental market in Poland, 2006-2013      93
  89. Shares of individual types of lines in the revenue generated on the retail line rental market in Poland (%), 2011-2012      95
  90. Shares of enterprises in retail line rental revenue in Poland (%), 2012      95
  91. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the retail line rental market in Poland, 2012-2017      96
  92. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the wholesale telecommunications services market in Poland, 2007-2017      98
  93. Structure of the wholesale telecommunications services market in Poland, by key segments (%), 2007-2017      98
  94. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the wholesale mobile telephony market in Poland, 2007-2013      99
  95. Structure of the wholesale mobile telephony market in Poland, by the operators’ revenue source (PLN bn), 2007-2013      100
  96. Top players’ shares in the wholesale mobile telephony market in Poland (%), by revenue (PLN bn), 2012      101
  97. Mobile termination rates in MNO’s networks in Poland (PLN per minute net), 2010-2013      102
  98. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the market of call termination in mobile telephony in Poland, 2007-2013      102
  99. Traffic volume growth rate in mobile networks in Poland, by connection type (%), 2009-2012      103
  100. Volume (billion minutes) and change (%) of the market of call termination in mobile telephony in Poland, 2007-2013      104
  101. Top players’ shares in the mobile telephony traffic termination market in Poland (%), by traffic volume (billion minutes), 2012      104
  102. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the market of SMS termination in mobile telephony in Poland, 2007-2013      105
  103. Volume (billion) and change (%) of the market of SMS termination in mobile telephony in Poland, 2007-2013      106
  104. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the market of call origination in mobile telephony in Poland, 2007-2013      107
  105. Volume (billion minutes) and change (%) of the market of call origination in mobile telephony in Poland, 2009-2013      108
  106. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the wholesale market in fixed-line telephony in Poland, 2007-2013      109
  107. Value structure of the wholesale market in fixed-line telephony in Poland (PLN m), broken down by categories, 2007-2013      109
  108. Top players’ shares in the wholesale fixed-line telephony market in Poland (%), by revenue (PLN m), 2012      110
  109. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the market of call origination in fixed-line telephony in Poland, 2007-2013      111
  110. Volume (billion minutes) and change (%) of the market of call origination in fixed-line telephony in Poland, 2007-2013      112
  111. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the market of call termination in fixed-line telephony in Poland, 2007-2013      112
  112. Volume (billion minutes) and change (%) of the market of call termination in fixed-line telephony in Poland, 2007-2013      113
  113. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the market of call transit and wholesale services in own networks in fixed-line telephony in Poland, 2007-2013      114
  114. Value structure of the market of call transit and wholesale services in the fixed-line telephony in Poland (PLN m), by key segments, 2008-2013      115
  115. Volume (billion minutes) and change (%) of the market of call transit in own networks in fixed-line telephony in Poland, 2007-2013      116
  116. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of TP SA’s revenue generated by line rental in Poland, 2002-2012      117
  117. Top players’ shares in the wholesale line rental market in Poland (%), by revenue, 2012      118
  118. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the wholesale line rental market in Poland, 2006-2013      118
  119. Shares of revenue generated by individual line types in the total line rental revenue in Poland (%), 2012      119
  120. Shares of individual line types in the total number of leased lines in Poland (%), 2012      119
  121. Total call time (million minutes) and change (%) in passive roaming in Poland, 2008-2012      127
  122. Total number of SMS messages sent (million) and change (%) in passive roaming in Poland, 2008-2012      128
  123. Total revenue from passive roaming services provided in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2008-2012      128
  124. Total data transmission in passive roaming in Poland (million MB), 2008-2012      129
  125. Total call time in active roaming in Poland (million minutes) and change (%), 2008-2012      129
  126. Total number of sent SMS messages (million) in active roaming in Poland and change (%), 2008-2012      130
  127. Total data transmission in active roaming in Poland (million MB), 2008-2012      130
  128. Total revenue from active roaming services provided in Poland (PLN bn) and change (%), 2008-2012      131
  129. Structure of ATM’s telecommunications revenue (PLN m, %), 2012      135
  130. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of GTS Poland’s sales revenue, 2006-2012      139
  131. Structure of Netia’s fixed-line telephony services in the segment of business clients (%), by the manner of service provision, 2009-H1 2013      147
  132. Structure of Netia’s capital expenditure in Poland (%), by key areas (PLN m), 2011-2012      148
  133. Netia’s revenue generated by interconnection charges and wholesale services in Poland (PLN m), Q1 2011-Q2 2013      150
  134. Number of TP SA’s (Orange’s) WLR lines in Poland (million), Q1 2011-Q3 2013      157
  135. Number of TP SA’s (Orange’s) LLU lines in Poland (‘000), Q1 2011-Q3 2013      158
  136. Number of TP SA’s (Orange’s) BSA lines in Poland (‘000), Q1 2011-Q3 2013      158

List of tables

  1. Market of telecommunications services for the business segment in Poland – key data and forecasts, 2012-2017      22
  2. Number of active enterprises in Poland, by employment level, 1999-2013      25
  3. Shares of individual types of enterprises in the total number of active enterprises in Poland (%), 1999-2013      25
  4. Shares of enterprises employing 10 and more staff, by sector, in the total number of enterprises employing 10 or more staff in Poland, 2008-2012      28
  5. Shares of enterprises using the services of individual mobile telephony operators in Poland, by headcount (%), December 2012      47
  6. Value structure of the retail market of fixed-line telephony for the business segment in Poland, by the operators’ revenue source (PLN bn), 2007-2013      72
  7. Change of revenue generated by subscription fees and non-subscription call charges in the business segment in fixed-line telephony networks in Poland (%), 2007-2013      72
  8. Volume structure (billion minutes) and change (%) of the market of non-inclusive call charges in fixed-line telephony for the business segment in Poland, by types of calls, 2007-2013      73
  9. Shares of individual groups of business clients, by the amount of monthly payments for internet access services in Poland (%), 2009-2012      90
  10. Number of leased lines on the market of retail services in Poland, by types of lines, 2010-2012      94
  11. Value structure of the wholesale telecommunications services market in Poland, by key segments (PLN bn), 2012-2017      99
  12. Major dark fibre rental agreements concluded by Hawe and their specification, 2012      121
  13. Value and specification of the key agreements for the construction of broadband networks in selected voivodships in Poland, Q3 2013      122
  14. Examples of monthly prices for maintaining a port at the TPIX and PLIX traffic exchange points in Poland (PLN), October 2013      125
  15. Maximum net retail rates in roaming within the EU (€), July 2012-July 2014      131
  16. ATM: key data, 2007-H1 2013      133
  17. Exatel: key data, 2008-2012      136
  18. Have: key data, 2007-2012      142
  19. NASK: key data, 2007-2012      143
  20. Netia: key data, 2007-H1 2013      145
  21. Netia: key operating and financial data for the business market, Q1 2011-Q2 2013      146
  22. P4: key data, 2007-H1 2013      150
  23. Polkomtel: key data, 2006-H1 2013      152
  24. TP SA (Orange): key data, 2007-H1 2013      154
  25. T-Mobile: key data, 2006-H1 2013      159
  26. TK Telekom: key data, 2008-2012      161
  27. UPC: key data, 2007-H1 2013      163