In This Study MethodologyPrimary ResearchSecondary ResearchSituation Overview 2010 Economic PerspectiveRegulatory DevelopmentsFixed-Line Voice ServicesPSTNVoIPCorporate Data ServicesIP VPNDedicated Leased LinesISDNFrame RelayATMInternet Access ServicesDial-Up and Internet Leased LinesBroadband Access ServicesMobile ServicesFuture Outlook Forecast and AssumptionsMarket ContextEssential Guidance Learn More Related ResearchSynopsisTable: Number of Prepaid and Postpaid Subscribers Table: Prepaid and Postpaid Revenues (US$M) Table: Voice and Non-Voice Revenues (US$M) Table: Malaysia Fixed Voice Revenue, 2010–2015 (US$M) Table: Malaysia Telecom Network Data Services, 2010–2015 (US$M) Table: Malaysia Internet Access Services, 2010–2015 (US$M) Table: Mobile Services Revenue Forecast 2010–2015, (US$M) Table: Top 3 Assumptions for the Malaysia Telecommunications Market, 2011–2015 Table: Key Forecast Assumptions for the Malaysia Fixed-Line Telecom Network Services Market, 2010–2015 Table: Key Forecast Assumptions for the Malaysia Internet Access Services Market, 2010- 2015 Table: Key Forecast Assumptions for the Malaysia Mobile Services Market, 2010–2015 Table: Malaysia TNS Voice and Data, 2010–2015: Comparison of 1H10 and 2H10 Figure: Malaysia Fixed-Line Voice Services Revenue, 2009 and 2010 Figure: Malaysia Fixed-Line Data Services Revenue, 2009 and 2010 Figure: Malaysia Fixed-Line Data Services Revenue, 2009 and 2010 Figure: Malaysia TNS Voice and Data, 2010–2015: Comparison of 1H10 and 2H10
Malaysia Telecommunications Services 2011–2015 Forecast and Analysis
This IDC study looks at the current situation of the telecommunications industry of Malaysia, as well as future developments. It includes historical data as well as forecast data of the fixed-line and mobile services segments.
"Increasing data usage, the need for connectivity, and the increasing need for services that are required to manage access for organizational use, have driven the growth of broadband access revenues. As mobility for users becomes more important, the convergence of mobile and fixed networks will help drive the telecommunications industry, which is diversifying from the access business and into content business," says John Cheah, market analyst, Telecommunications, IDC Asia/Pacific.