"Tunisia, Algeria and Libya Telecommunications Report Q4 2016" - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

"Tunisia, Algeria and Libya Telecommunications Report Q4 2016"

"Tunisia, Algeria and Libya Telecommunications Report Q4 2016" - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
"Tunisia, Algeria and Libya Telecommunications Report Q4 2016"
Published Oct 08, 2016
87 pages — Published Oct 08, 2016
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According to the latest regulatory data, the Algerian mobile subscriber base reached --.--mn at the end of ----, representing a penetration rate of --- . The market is far from saturated, particularly as -G services are still being rolled out into new areas and as -G is introduced. ...Algerie Telecom s monopoly over the fixed broadband market led to prohibitive tariffs for ordinary people, and this 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. It is taking a similar route to market with -G, a further downside risk to rapid return on investment. ...This number will rise to around --.--mn, or --.- of the mobile subscriber base, by the end of ----. Meanwhile, -G services will have been launched to an enthusiastic audience.

...The latest data from the regulator show a marked increase in the number of wireline voice accesses in Algeria in ----, reversing the downward trend of the previous year. Algerie Telecom decommissioned ageing analogue switches and party lines, while also rolling out superior digital copper and IP-capable fibre connections. ...We forecast that the market will support -.--mn lines by ----. The incumbent is taking steps to maintain its dominance in the broadband sector, amid the prospects of increased competition, by improving the competitiveness of its ADSL offering. Since ----, the operator has been launching cheaper, faster ADSL packages in a bid to sustain demand for the service. ...We expect the total number of broadband connections to reach -.--mn by ----, a penetration rate of --.- . This will include a growing number of dedicated -G/-G mobile broadband connections.

...BMI View: -G services were licensed and launched rapidly in Algeria and Tunisia in the first half of ----, highlighting the huge potential for advanced mobile services in North Africa. Although these markets are - and will continue to be - essentially voice-centric, the lack of affordable wireline broadband connectivity means that low-cost mobile broadband options will be the main driver of growth over the next five years. ...

  
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