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While incumbent operators in other European countries have become market leaders in both mobile and fixed segments, the Turkish example has been defined by large operators who started out strong in either the mobile or the fixed segment – but not both. Türk Telekom, the incumbent fixed-line operator, dominates the market with the copper...

What has Turkcell done to adapt to the intensified price competition in the Turkish market?

Chapter | Telecoms & IT from The Report: Turkey 2012

Having broken the monopoly of the Turkish Post Telegraph and Telephone Company (PTT) and with the privatisation of Turk Telekom, the prospects for telecoms in Turkey was radically altered. Rapid growth in internet use and the steady uptake of data-capable mobile phones has resulted in a convergence of telephony and internet services that is stressing telecoms infrastructure. However, firms are...

Over the past decade, Turkey has experienced a number of important transitions that have led to demographic, economic and cultural transformation. These changes have made contemporary Turkey a regional focal point

As Turkey’s internet usage rises and opportunities for online shopping gain traction, the rapid expansion of the e-commerce market has attracted the attention of international players.