The Future of Eastern and Southern Africa Telecommunications Market to 2025 - Analysis and Outlook of Eastern and Southern Africa Mobile, Fixed Line and Broadband Sectors
The research work strategically analyzes Eastern and Southern Africa telecommunications market, examining the recent trends, drivers and challenges across diverse dimensions such as growth, demand, pricing, competition, consumer behaviour, infrastructure, policies and others.
The study also provides in–depth analysis of segment wise telecommunications including mobile, fixed line and fixed broadband services. All key markets in the region along with their individual market trends, outlook and operators are included in the research.
The number of subscribers and penetration rates are forecast for each of the sub-segment including mobile, fixed landline and broadband segments from 2005 to 2025 for the following countries-
Eastern and Southern Africa Countries- Comoros, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Seychelles, Sudan, Zambia, Zimbabwe
Eastern and Southern Africa telecommunication revenues, investment and infrastructure details are also covered in the report. Further, emerging business environment in Eastern and Southern Africa together with comparison to five competitive benchmark countries are included, to assess the country’s prominence on regional front.
On the competitive analysis front, leading companies along with their market shares are identified. Further, key business strategies of market leaders, their tariffs and SWOT profiles are included. In addition, the research work forecasts the demographic and economic drivers of Eastern and Southern Africa that enable strategy planners to formulate their pricing and branding strategies.
The report also includes latest telecommunication market developments, mergers, acquisitions and launches, spectrum availability, tenders and other aspects are analyzed.
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