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OPERATORS' SHARES IN PSTN AND CDMA COMMUNICATIONS DID NOT CHANGED, WHILE SHARE OF "SILKNET" IN VOIP SERVICE REDUCED SIGNIFICANTLY

June 11, 2014

Sarke Daily News



According to annual report of National Communication Commission for 2013, shares of Georgian communications operators in wired PSTN and wireless CDMA services almost not changed during the reporting year, while in VoIP segment, share of "SilkNet" has declined significantly.

Key players on PSTN service market are "SilkNet", "Akhali Kselebi", "Akhteli" and "Central Communications Corporation of Georgia" (three latter ones are affiliated companies). At that, share of "SilkNet" in the reporting year made up 63.2% (against of 63.3% in 2012), share of "Akhali Kselebi" 19.6% (against of 19.7%), "Akhteli" 11.4% (against of 11.2%), while of "Corporation" 3.9% (did not change).

Key players on CDMA service market are "MagtiCom", "SilkNet" and "Georgian Telephone Company" ("GTC"). "MagtiCom" occupied 90.6% (against of 90.8% a year ago), "SilkNet" 9.4% (against of 9.1%), while "GTC" 0.1% (did not changed).

On VoIP service market, 20 companies operate. At that, biggest share in the reporting year had "SilkNet" 48.1% (against of 64.8% a year ago). Next big players were "GeoNet" 29.6% (against of 6.5%), "MyPhone" 8.9% (against of 12.5%), "Caucasus Online" 4.5% (against of 6.6%).


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Source: Sarke Daily News (Georgia)


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