North Africa Telecommunications Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

North Africa Telecommunications Report

North Africa Telecommunications Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
North Africa Telecommunications Report
Published Jan 23, 2016
122 pages — Published Jan 23, 2016
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We have made some minor revisions to our forecast as the market performed slightly slower than anticipated. We are expecting the market to end ---- with around --.-mn subscribers. ...Algerie Telecom s monopoly over the fixed broadband market led to prohibitive tariffs for ordinary people, which we expect has fuelled the pent-up demand for mobile broadband. However, Ooredoo Algerie (formerly Nedjma), which launched -G ahead of Mobilis and Djezzy in late December ----, is offering -G services at the same price as -G, ensuring price competition and affordability for subscribers. November ---- data supplied by the regulator suggest a strong take-up of -G network services. ...We now estimate the number of -G subscriptions in Algeria of --.--mn by the end of ----, equivalent to --.- of the total mobile subscriber base. This number will rise to around --.--mn, or -- of the mobile subscriber base, by the end of ----.

...BMI View: North African telecommunications markets are rapidly evolving from voice-centric markets towards ones driven by data consumption, with mobile broadband being one of the core drivers in all markets. -G services have been launched with success in Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, and the licensing and rollout of -G services is on track. ...-G services have been launched with success in Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, and the licensing and rollout of -G services is on track. Success is dependent on the overall macroeconomic situation, with higher purchasing power helping with the development of the telecoms market, while the security situation is always at the forefront in the region. All markets have a mix of public and private operators, though liberalisation is not present in all sectors, and the competition has always driven greater uptake in the region. ...Success is dependent on the overall macroeconomic situation, with higher purchasing power helping with the development of the telecoms market, while the security situation is always at the forefront in the region. All markets have a mix of public and private operators, though liberalisation is not present in all sectors, and the competition has always driven greater uptake in the region.

...� Business Monitor International Ltd Page - SWOT - Continued Political change in Libya and Tunisia was assisted by modern communications services; it is possible that the new regimes will appreciate the power of the mobile phone and internet and seek to clamp down on these resources while they consolidate their positions of power. Libya s worsening security situation limits the prospects of reform and much-needed investment in the telecoms sector. ...

  
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