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Region: Middle East
Category: Wireless

Middle East Wireless

(377 reports matching your criteria)
  • United Arab Emirates - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... Both operators are majority owned by the government. In 2019 both Etisalat and du are demonstrating keen interest in developing 5G technology and are strongly supported by the TRA which has allocated spectrum bands. The ... Read More

  • Israel - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... over the past few years for all the major operators, with the market accommodating six mobile operators. In 2019 the government begun its tender process for 5G licensing; with the expectation that some operators may ... Read More

  • Qatar - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... the Middle East region. Qatar has also become one of the more progressive countries globally in terms of its progress towards 5G. The mobile sector is led by Ooredoo Qatar and Vodafone Qatar. In 2018 ... Read More

  • Information and Communications in Saudi Arabia

    ... forming the main growth driver of the industry. In 2018, the number of internet subscribers in Saudi Arabia rose by 9% to 39.2 million, due to increased mobile internet penetration. This correlated with a rising ... Read More

  • Jordan Telecommunications Q4 2019

    ... preference to focus on migrating existing subscribers onto more premium services. Investments in 4G developments should contribute to a maintain adoption, but we caution pricecompetition will continue to erode already low ARPU figures. On the ... Read More

  • Iraq - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... and it is hoped that regional tensions will not undermine this progress. From a telecoms industry perspective, these signs of stability allow for the mobile and fixed sectors to again rebuild and restore services. If ... Read More

  • Kuwait Telecommunications Q4 2019

    ... revamped pricing for key voice and data plans. A further upliftseems likely following the launch of 5G services in June/July, though the limited range of 5G-ready devices will keep uptake rates lowto begin with. As ... Read More

  • Yemen - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... Currently around 75% of the population reportedly needs humanitarian assistance and amidst this volatile environment, essential infrastructure is often targeted and destroyed or damaged, including important telecoms equipment like mobile phone towers and fibre-optic cabling, ... Read More

  • Oman Telecommunications Q4 2019

    ... new player seems set to launch earlyin 2020. Meanwhile, incumbent Omantel has bought a stake in one of the leading MVNOs in the country and may now move toseparate its offerings into discrete low-value and ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in the United Arab Emirates

    ... in a very strong position, helped by recent declines in average unit prices for the products, which have been helping to drive sales. Smartphones are also benefiting from increasingly being viewed as an “omnifunctional” device. ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in the United Arab Emirates

    ... therefore have little need for additional in-car entertainment products. Drivers without integrated systems are also likely to increasingly rely on smartphones and tablets for entertainment and navigation. Due to these trends, in-car entertainment is expected ... Read More

  • Iran Telecommunications Q4 2019

    ... believe there are still significant growth opportunities,particularly in the rural areas and in migration and uptake of 4G services, which lag when compared to the region. Investment intofixed broadband is much needed by a tech-savvy ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Saudi Arabia

    ... ranks third globally in terms of smartphone usage, with almost three-quarters of the population using smart mobile devices. The growth of the telecoms industry has aided the significant increase in smartphone users, and the country ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Saudi Arabia

    ... players, however: this is the largest category within the in-car entertainment environment, and saw growth in 2019. Women have been allowed to drive in the country since 2018, and this has positively impacted demand for ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones, Radio Transmitters and Television Cameras in Saudi Arabia: ISIC 322

    ... size and shape of the Mobile Phones, Radio Transmitters and Television Cameras market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Telecommunications Q4 2019

    ... numbers seen in recent years due to SIM ownershiplimits, biometric requirements and a discounting of inactive SIMs will continue, but in the short- to medium term, growth will bepositive, particularly in the post-paid sector and ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Israel

    ... competitive prices. Some newer players, such as Xiaomi, are also opening branded stores to sell their products directly, which provides a competitive advantage and share growth opportunities. While consumers previously felt safer purchasing smartphones via ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Israel

    ... preferred navigation option in Israel. Smartphone penetration is very high and Waze is trusted for its live reporting of traffic information and suggestions of alternative routes. While many consumers simply use the app on their ... Read More

  • Syria - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... being launched in 2017. Generally speaking, mobile broadband population coverage is quite high, with around 85% for 3G technology - but the number of actual mobile broadband subscriptions is very low providing potential opportunities for ... Read More

  • Middle East And North Africa Telecommunications Q4 2019

    ... will be driven by the uptake of advanced digital services, including 5G, and OTT services,such as VOD platforms for residential consumers and cloud services for the business sector. Operators are also looking to migrateexisting customers ... Read More

  • Bahrain Telecommunications Q4 2019

    ... to deepen their relationshipswith existing customers by broadening the scope of their services. Looking forward, growth in the mobile sector will be derived fromupselling lucrative 5G and LTE-A premium data services and investments in new ... Read More

  • Middle East and Africa WI-FI Chipset Market – Industry Trends and Forecast to 2026

    ... Band), WI-FI Standard (802.11AY, 802.11AD, 802.11AX, 802.11AC, WAVE 1, 802.11AC, WAVE 2, 802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11N, Others), MIMO Configuration (SU-MIMO, MU-MIMO, 1X1 MU-MIMO, 2X2 MU-MIMO, 3X3 MU-MIMO, 4X4 MU-MIMO, 8X8 MU-MIMO), Country (South Africa, Egypt, UAE, ... Read More

  • Qatar Telecommunications Q4 2019

    ... Communications Regulatory Authority awarded 100MHz of 5Gspectrum in the 3.5GHz to 3.8GHz band to each of the mobile operators, Vodafone and Ooredoo, in January 2019. The licencesstipulate coverage of major population areas with 5G by ... Read More

  • Lebanon - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... government owned, within Lebanon, government ownership also extends to the country's two mobile operators. The government-owned mobile networks are operated by private companies in return for a management fee, with all revenue going to the ... Read More

  • Bahrain - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... voice and it serviced by well-developed LTE networks, which also lay the foundation for future 5G deployment. The telecommunications regulator (TRA) in Bahrain has been working hard to resolve any regulatory or spectrum hurdles in ... Read More

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