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Telecommunications | Market data

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Broadband availability

Regional and supra-regional provider

  • Product availability (depending on provider, information on DSL up to 16 Mbit/s, VDSL up to 250 Mbit/s, fiber optics up to 1,000 Mbit/s, cable & fiber optics up to 500 Mbit/s)
  • Test date
  • Maximum download bandwidth in MBit/s
  • Maximum upload bandwidth in MBit/s

Telecommunications affinities in 9 classes

The telco technology scores with regard to affinity for VDSL, high-tech products, etc. take on values between 1 and 9, with the value 1 indicating very low affinity and 9 indicating very high affinity. Basis for The Internet Power User

(available data level: buildings, for the data level County, Municipality, Neighbourhood, Street segment, Zip code, micro-Zip code the number of buildings or households per specification is given)

  • Affinity for DSL
  • Affinity for UMTS
  • Affinity for high-tech products
  • Affinity for pay TV
  • Affinity for cable TV
  • Affinity for SAT TV
  • Affinity for mobile only
  • Affinity for High Speed Internet
  • Affinity for mobile internet
*Building, County, Municipality, Neighbourhood, Street segment, Zip code, Micro-Zip code

Telecommunication types

Three telecommunications types are mapped, which differ in terms of their equipment, planning and typical behavioral patterns in the area of telecommunications. The proportion is given in 7 classes from extremely low to extremely high.

Multimedia Professional

The multimedia professional is an absolute trendsetter. He frequently buys new devices and technologies, spends a lot on mobile communications, spends a lot of time online each week, and owns a PC/laptop or tablet with fast connections. Smartphone and online shopping or banking are a matter of course for him.

Open telecommunication type

The open communication type is open to new technology, but decides on the purchase rationally according to the benefits of the
technology. For him, online shopping or banking is generally conceivable. The purchase of a tablet or laptop and Internet access are planned. Low spending on cell phone use and medium spending on the fixed network characterize this communication type.

Classic fixed network user

The classic fixed-network user has a conservative attitude toward modern technology and predominantly uses classic communication technologies. In addition to low spending on fixed-network use, they can be characterized by their strict rejection of online shopping/banking. The acquisition of a PC/laptop or tablet and Internet access are not planned.

Telecommunications type dominant

(the dominated of the 3 telecommunication types is indicated)


Cable branch

  • Distance from the building to the nearest cable junction in meters
  • Distance from building to 2-nearest cable branch in meters
  • Distance from building to 3-nearest cable branch in meters

Telecommunications products

  • 2 Play Availability Yes/No - (telephone, Internet)
  • 3 Play Availability Yes/No - (telephone, internet, television)
  • (available data level: Street segment)
  • Share 2 Play Availability - (telephone, Internet)
  • Share 3 Play Availability - (telephone, Internet, television)
  • Share of DSL availability
  • Share of VDSL availability
  • Share Availability Cable

Mobile communications market share

  • Mobile communications market share
    Deutsche Telekom        
  • Mobile communications market share
  • Market share mobile communications O2

Market shares fixed network

  • Market share fixed network Deutsche Telekom        
  • Market share fixed network Vodafone
  • Market share fixed network O2  
  • Market share fixed network 1 and 1    
  • Market share fixed network Unity Media    
  • Market share fixed network other cable providers (Telecolumbus, M-Net, Netcologne, regional telephone providers, other cable providers)        
  • Market share of fixed-network Other (Mobilcom Debitel, TELE2, Versatel)
*Road sections

Mobile radio signal strength

  • Mobile radio signal strength GSM network (2G) Deutsche Telekom  

  • Mobile communications Signal strength UMTS network (3G) Deutsche Telekom  

  • Mobile communications Signal strength LTE network (4G) Deutsche Telekom  

  • Mobile communications signal strength 5G Deutsche Telekom 

  • Mobile signal strength GSM network (2G) Vodafone

  • Mobile signal strength UMTS network (3G) Vodafone       

  • Mobile signal strength LTE network (4G) Vodafone    

  • Mobile signal strength 5G Vodafone      

  • Mobile signal strength GSM network (2G) Telefonica      

  • Mobile signal strength UMTS network (3G) Telefonica      

  • Mobile signal strength LTE network (4G) Telefonica      

  • Mobile phone signal strength 5G Telefonica


Telecommunications speed

  • DSL Verfügbarkeit Ja/Nein (Entfernung zwischen Haus und HVT <= 1500m der Deutschen Telekom)       

  • VDSL Verfügbarkeit Ja/Nein (Entfernung zwischen Haus und HVT <= 900m der Deutschen Telekom)       

  • DSL availability Yes/No (referring to Deutsche Telekom)       

  • VDSL availability Yes/No (based on Deutsche Telekom)       

  • DSL availability Yes/No (Deutsche Telekom)   

  • VDSL availability Yes/No (Deutsche Telekom)        

  • Speed in Mbit/s

*Street segment

Telecommunications DSL

  • DSL availability Yes/No at the main distribution frame

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