MTN Consulting has published a telecom analysis report showing the top 10 mobile operators based on their Capex during the first quarter of 2020.
Telecom network operator Capex fell by approximately 1.3 percent to $70.2 billion in the first quarter of 2020.
Telecom operator revenues dropped 2.2 percent to $446.3 billion during the first quarter of 2020.
China Mobile, the largest telecom operator based on the number of subscribers on its network, is the leading service provider in terms of Capex.
|China Mobile||6,615 mn|
|Deutsche Telekom||3,699 mn|
|China Telecom||2,749 mn|
|China Unicom||1,960 mn|
The first quarter Capex of China Mobile reached $6.615 billion.
The Capex of NTT was $6.393 billion.
Verizon had Capex of $5.274 billion.
AT&T had spent $4.938 billion towards Capex.
Deutsche Telekom’s Capex was $3.699 billion in Q1 2020.
The first quarter Capex of China Telecom was $2.749 billion.
SoftBank made an investment of $2.341 billion towards Capex during the first quarter of 2020.
Vodafone Group’s Capex during the first quarter of 2020 was $2.140 billion.
China Unicom had $1.960 billion towards Capex.
Orange Group Capex touched $1.736 billion.