Figures supervisor: fixed internet market is virtually duopoly




The market for fixed internet in the Netherlands has become almost a duopoly. Between 85 and 95 percent of the connections is at Ziggo and KPN, while the largest competitor, Tele2 has a market share of less than 5 percent.

That has become a duopoly, is due to the acquisition of Ziggo, UPC’s parent company Liberty Global, UPC and then continued under the name Ziggo. In total Ziggo now has between 45 and 50 percent of the market in hands, while 40 to 45 percent of the connections is at KPN. ACM makes his Telecom Monitor exact percentages never known.

The largest competitor is Tele2, but the market share of the prize fighter is on the decline. Where the end of 2013 between 5 and 10 percent fell, which has dropped to between 0 and 5 percent. All other providers sitting together between 5 and 10 percent.

In the area of ​​multiplay, where customers combine several services in one subscription, the supremacy of KPN and Ziggo is even clearer: while the market share is between 90 and 100 percent, while Tele2 between 0 and 5 per cent and all other providers also a total of between 0 and 5 percent is over.

Of the two Ziggo seems the biggest, because more people have a cable subscription or a subscription-based DSL or fiber.



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