Mali and Mauritania Telecommunications Report 2016 - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Mali and Mauritania Telecommunications Report 2016

Mali and Mauritania Telecommunications Report 2016 - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Mali and Mauritania Telecommunications Report 2016
Published May 20, 2016
71 pages — Published May 20, 2016
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Mali had --.---mn mobile subscribers at the end of ---- according to our estimates, which are based on the available market data. We expect growth to continue through to ----, by which time we expect the country to have --.--mn mobile customers. ...-G connections will grow from around -- of the total mobile subscriber base in ---- to almost -- of the total in ----. While fixed-line penetration in Mali is expected to contract in the five years to ---- to reach -.- , broadband penetration will grow at a slow pace to reach - by the end of our forecast period. In Mauritania fixed-line penetration rate will fall from -.- in ---- to -.- by ----, while broadband penetration will increase from -.- to over -.- over the same period. ...While fixed-line penetration in Mali is expected to contract in the five years to ---- to reach -.- , broadband penetration will grow at a slow pace to reach - by the end of our forecast period. In Mauritania fixed-line penetration rate will fall from -.- in ---- to -.- by ----, while broadband penetration will increase from -.- to over -.- over the same period.

...Relatively robust mobile ARPUs highlight the opportunity to target users with higher value services. Mauritania is investing in new national communications infrastructure that will support the delivery of new broadband-based internet services. ...Mauritania is investing in new national communications infrastructure that will support the delivery of new broadband-based internet services. Due to the country s minimal wireline infrastructure, there is significant opportunity to provide internet and data services via wireless infrastructures. Utilisation of new fibre-optic cables, both submarine and terrestrial, should make broadband services cheaper by providing more reliable and affordable international bandwidth. ...Due to the country s minimal wireline infrastructure, there is significant opportunity to provide internet and data services via wireless infrastructures. Utilisation of new fibre-optic cables, both submarine and terrestrial, should make broadband services cheaper by providing more reliable and affordable international bandwidth.

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