Contact Information

Address:
bd. Ştefan cel Mare, 134 MD-2012, Chisinau Republic of Moldova

Reception room
of. 503
tel.:  +373 22 25 13 17
fax: +373 22 22 28 85
e-mail: office@anrceti.md

Information and Anti-Corruption
Hotline: 080080080

 

State Institutions from the Republic of Moldova

20 June, 2019

BIGGEST SHARE OF REVENUES FROM ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS ACTIVITIES WERE GENERATED BY BROADBAND SERVICES AND AUDIOVISUAL BROADCASTING

Printer-friendly versionPrinter-friendly version

In the first quarter of this year, the volume of revenues from fixed and mobile broadband services, as well as those obtained from audiovisual broadcasting showed highest growth whereas the total volume of revenues on the electronic communications decreased by 3,2% and was estimated at 1 billion 475 million lei, shows the Report on evolution of this market in the first quarter of 2019, published on the official website of ANRCETI.

Thus, the revenues generated from fixed broadband grew by 6,2% compared to the first quarter of 2018 and reached 334,7 million lei, the revenues from mobile broadband increased by 12,4% and reached 274.5 million lei, and revenues from audiovisual broadcasting increased by 41,6% to a total of 83,3 million lei.

The decrease of the total volume of revenues on the electronic communications market, attested in this timeframe, was generated by reduction of revenues from fixed and mobile voice services, , as well as revenues from other activities in the field of electronic communications. On the fixed voice market, revenues decreased by 17,6%, to a total of 117,9 million lei, and on mobile voice market - by 2,9% to a total of 727,2 million lei, and the revenues from other activities in the field of electronic communications decreased by 25,6% and showed 136,3 million lei.

ANRCETI develops and publishes on its official web site quarterly reports on the evolution of the electronic communications market, based on the statistical data submitted to ANRCETI by the electronic communications providers.

June 10, 2019

Information was given by: Public Relations and Protocol Service
Changed: 14/06/2019