Examining Europe's leading quad-play markets

Western Europe is experiencing a surge of interest in so-called fixed-mobile convergence (FMC), or quad-play offerings, as mobile and fixed operators seek to add more services to reduce churn and bring in new revenue streams. 

In its latest report, FierceWireless: Europe looks at five leading quad-play markets in Western Europe -- France, Portugal, Belgium, Spain and the Netherlands -- and ranks them based on data provided by Pyramid Research. Although the markets are ranked in terms of the percentage of households with quad-play (also written as 4P) bundles, a deeper dive into the data reveals other strengths and drivers that could impact a market's ranking if looked at in different ways. You can read the full FierceWireless: Europe report here. 

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