2007 Middle Eastern - Mobile Communications and Mobile Data Market

Publication Overview

Counties covered: Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Yemen

This annual report offers a wealth of information on the mobile markets in the Middle East. Subjects covered include:

  • Mobile statistics and trends;
  • Mobile operators;
  • Government policies and regulatory issues;
  • Licence auctions;
  • Mobile technologies – GSM, CDMA, 3G;
  • Trends in the prepaid sector;
  • Mobile satellite services;
  • Mobile data services – SMS, MMS, WAP, GPRS, EDGE, CDMA 1xRTT, 1x EV-DO.

Executive Summary

This Middle East market report covers the mobile telephony and mobile data markets in each of the following countries: Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, UAE and Yemen. The region’s major mobile markets include:

Iraq

The Iraqi mobile market has grown to 34% penetration from zero in only three years, growing over 100% during 2006. With little fixed-line infrastructure, subscribers have taken to mobile use as their main form of communication. The desperate security situation has been an impetus to greater use. However, as the situation has worsened in 2007 and emigration of middle class Iraqis has increased, growth appears to have slowed considerably and operators are finding the situation more and more difficult. For the country overview, see chapter 5, page 36.

Israel

Israel’s mobile communications market is one of the most competitive in the region, with four operators in a saturated market. The difficulties of growth through new customer acquisition and voice tariff competition have led the operators to focus on mobile data as a source of revenue growth. Third generation services have been launched by the three major operators and subscriber numbers are significant but growth is steady. Success in selling mobile content and applications is essential to combat falling voice ARPU. For the country overview, see chapter 6, page 41.

Jordan

Jordan has one of the most open telecommunications markets in the Middle East and an independent regulator. The mobile market is experiencing fast growth with a very competitive four operator market where new operators Umniah and XPress have had a dramatic impact on the duopoly previously enjoyed by Fastlink and MobileCom. This has led to a penetration rate far higher than one would expect for Jordan’s per capita GDP level. For the country overview, see chapter 7, page 50.

Qatar

Qatar is the only mobile market in the Middle East where the incumbent operator has retained its monopoly. This is about to change with a second licence to be issued before end-2007. The Qatari market would appear to be at or near saturation level with penetration well over 100% and it will be interesting to see the strategies adopted by any new competitor. For the country overview, see chapter 11, page 73.

Saudi Arabia

Penetration levels are rising quickly in Saudi Arabia and are fast catching up with those in the smaller Gulf States. A third mobile licence has recently been sold, attracting a record price, to MTC of Kuwait. MTC will compete with Etisalat of the UAE, winner of the second Saudi Arabian licence, and Saudi incumbent STC. For the country overview, see chapter 12, page 77.

UAE

Mobile penetration in the UAE is at sky-high levels, leaving little room for new competitor du. Both du and incumbent Etisalat are majority government owned and do not intend to compete on price. Both are emphasising 3G services, mobile TV and other data services and applications. For the country overview, see chapter 15, page 100.


For those needing high level strategic information and objective analysis on the mobile telephony and mobile data markets in the Middle East, this report is essential reading and provides further information on:

  • Mobile market forces and developments;
  • Mobile operators – acquisitions, mergers, and competition;
  • Past and planned licence auctions;
  • Technological developments in the mobile telephony and mobile data markets.

Data in this report is the latest available at the time of preparation and may not be for the current year.

Table of Contents

1.THE MIDDLE EAST’S MOBILE MARKET
1.1Overview of the Middle East mobile market
1.2Mobile statistics
1.3Mobile market forecasts
1.3.1Notes on scenario forecasts
1.3.2Iran mobile subscriber growth scenario forecasts
1.3.3Iraq: mobile subscriber growth forecasts
1.3.4Jordan: mobile subscriber growth scenario forecasts
1.3.5Lebanon: mobile subscriber growth scenario forecasts
1.3.6Oman: mobile subscriber growth scenario forecasts
1.3.7Saudi Arabia: mobile subscriber growth scenario forecasts
1.3.8Syria: mobile subscriber growth scenario forecast
1.3.9Yemen: mobile subscriber growth scenario forecasts
1.4Regulatory issues
1.4.1Background
1.4.2Telecom sector liberalisation
1.4.3Number portability
1.5Major mobile operators in the Middle East
1.5.1Overview
1.5.2Bahrain telecommunications company (Batelco) – Bahrain
1.5.3Emirates Telecommunications Corporation (Etisalat)
1.5.4Mobile Telecommunications Company (MTC) – Kuwait
1.5.5Orascom Telecom
1.5.6Qtel – Qatar / Wataniya Telecom – Kuwait
1.6Mobile voice services
1.6.1Prepaid
1.6.2Satellite mobile
1.7Mobile data services
1.7.1Overview
1.7.23G
1.7.3Mobile TV
1.7.4Credit transfer
2.BAHRAIN
2.1Overview of Bahrain’s mobile market
2.1.1Mobile statistics
2.2Regulatory issues
2.2.1Second mobile licence
2.3Mobile technologies
2.3.1Analogue
2.3.2Digital
2.3.3Third Generation (3G)
2.4Major mobile operators
2.4.1Batelco
2.4.2MTC-Vodafone
2.5Mobile voice services
2.5.1Prepaid
2.6Mobile data services
2.6.1Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)
2.6.2Enhanced data for GSM evolution (EDGE)
2.6.3High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA)
2.6.4BlackBerry
2.6.5Mobile TV
2.7Mobile content
2.7.1Batelco
2.7.2MTC Vodafone
3.EGYPT
3.1Overview of Egypt’s mobile market
3.1.1Telecom Egypt’s mobile deal
3.1.2Mobile subscriber statistics
3.2Regulatory issues
3.2.1Tariff structure
3.2.2Mobile Number Portability (MNP)
3.3Major mobile operators
3.3.1MobiNil (Egyptian Company for Mobile Services)
3.3.2Vodafone Egypt
3.3.3Third mobile licence
3.4Mobile voice services
3.4.1Prepaid services
3.4.2Satellite mobile
3.5Mobile data services
3.5.1Short Message Service (SMS)
3.5.2Multimedia Messaging (MMS)
3.5.3Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)
3.5.4GPRS and EDGE
3.5.5Mobile TV
3.5.6ARPU and AUPU
3.5.73G
4.IRAN
4.1Overview of Iran’s mobile market
4.1.1Local handset manufacture
4.1.2Mobile statistics
4.2Regulatory issues
4.2.1Second GSM licence
4.3Major mobile operators
4.3.1TCI
4.3.2Irancell
4.3.3Taliya / Rafsanjan Industrial Complex Islamic Cooperative Company (RIC)
4.3.4Mobile Telecommunications Company of Isfahan (MTCE)
4.3.5Telecommunications Kish Company (TKC)
4.4Mobile voice services
4.4.1Prepaid
4.4.2Satellite mobile
4.5Mobile data services
4.5.1SMS
4.5.2MMS
4.5.3GPRS
5.IRAQ
5.1Overview of Iraq’s mobile market
5.1.1Mobile statistics
5.1.2Average revenue per user (ARPU)
5.2Regulatory issues
5.2.1Mobile licences
5.2.2Tender for new mobile licences
5.3Mobile technologies
5.4Major mobile operators
5.4.1Asia-Cell Telecommunications Company Ltd
5.4.2Orascom Telecom Iraq Corporation / Iraqna
5.4.3Atheer Telecom Iraq / MTC Atheer
5.5Other mobile operators
5.5.1Sana Tel
5.5.2Korek Telecom Ltd.
5.6Mobile voice services
5.6.1Prepaid
5.6.2Satellite mobile
5.7Mobile data
6.ISRAEL
6.1Overview of Israel’s mobile market
6.1.1Mobile statistics
6.2Regulatory issues
6.2.1Award of 3G mobile licences
6.2.2Connection charges
6.2.3Mobile Number Portability (MNP)
6.2.4Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs)
6.3Mobile technologies
6.3.1Analogue
6.3.2Digital
6.3.3Integrated Digital Enhanced Network (iDEN)
6.3.43G
6.3.5High-Speed Packet Access (HSPA)
6.4Major mobile operators
6.4.1Pelephone Communications Ltd
6.4.2Cellcom
6.4.3Partner Communications Company Ltd (Orange)
6.4.4MIRS Communications Ltd
6.5Mobile voice services
6.5.1Prepaid
6.6Mobile data services
6.6.1i-mode
6.6.2Broadband wireless data service (1x EV-DO)
6.6.3Push-to-talk (PTT)
6.7Mobile content and applications
6.7.1Mobile TV
6.7.2External content providers
7.JORDAN
7.1Overview of Jordan’s mobile market
7.1.1Mobile statistics
7.2Regulatory issues
7.2.1Third GSM licence
7.3Mobile technologies
7.3.1GSM
7.3.2Integrated Digital Enhanced Network (iDEN)
7.4Major mobile operators
7.4.1Fastlink / Jordan Mobile Telephone Services
7.4.2MobileCom
7.4.3XPress Telecommunications
7.4.4Umniah
7.5Mobile voice services
7.5.1Prepaid
7.5.2Satellite mobile
7.6Mobile data services
7.6.1Short Message Service (SMS)
7.6.2Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)
7.6.3Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)
7.6.4General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)
7.6.5Push-to-talk (PTT)
7.6.6Enhanced Data for GSM Evolution (EDGE)
7.6.7BlackBerry
7.7Mobile content and applications
8.KUWAIT
8.1Overview of Kuwait’s mobile market
8.1.1Mobile statistics
8.2Regulatory issues
8.2.1Proposed third operator
8.3Mobile technologies
8.3.1Analogue
8.3.2Digital
8.3.3Third Generation mobile (3G)
8.4Major mobile operators
8.4.1MTC-Vodafone (Mobile Telecommunications Company)
8.4.2National Mobile Telecommunication Co (NMT) / Wataniya Telecom
8.5Mobile voice services
8.5.1Prepaid
8.5.2Satellite mobile
8.6Mobile data services
8.6.1Short Message Service (SMS)
8.6.2Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)
8.6.3Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)
8.6.4General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)
8.6.5Enhanced Data for GSM Evolution (EDGE)
8.6.6Push-to-talk (PTT)
8.7Mobile content and applications
9.LEBANON
9.1Overview of Lebanon’s mobile market
9.1.1High tariffs
9.1.2Mobile statistics
9.2Regulatory issues
9.2.1Overview
9.2.2Lebanon’s current mobile licences
9.2.3Background – original BOT contracts
9.3Major mobile operators
9.3.1MTC
9.3.2Alfa Telecom
9.4Mobile voice services
9.4.1Prepaid
9.4.2Satellite mobile
9.5Mobile data services
9.5.1Mobiles at war
9.5.2PowerMeMobile
10.OMAN
10.1Overview of Oman’s mobile market
10.1.1Mobile statistics
10.2Regulatory issues
10.2.1Second mobile licence
10.3Mobile technologies
10.3.1Analogue
10.3.2Digital
10.3.3Third Generation (3G)
10.4Major mobile operators
10.4.1Oman Mobile Telecommunications (OMTC)
10.4.2-Nawras Telecom (Omani-Qatari Telecommunications Company)
10.5Mobile voice services
10.5.1Prepaid
10.5.2Satellite mobile
10.6Mobile data services
10.6.1Short Message Service (SMS)
10.6.2Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)
10.6.3Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)
10.6.4General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)
10.6.5Enhanced Data for GSM Evolution (EDGE)
10.6.6High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA)
10.7Mobile content and applications
11.QATAR
11.1Overview of Qatar’s mobile market
11.1.1Mobile statistics
11.2Mobile technologies
11.2.1Analogue
11.2.2Digital
11.2.3Third Generation (3G) mobile
11.3Major mobile operator
11.3.1Qtel
11.4Mobile voice services
11.4.1Prepaid
11.4.2Satellite mobile
11.5Mobile data services
11.5.1Short Message Service (SMS)
11.5.2Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)
11.5.3General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)
11.5.43G data services
11.5.5Mobile TV
11.5.6Email
11.6Mobile content and applications
12.SAUDI ARABIA
12.1Overview of Saudi Arabia’s mobile market
12.1.1Mobile statistics
12.2Regulatory issues
12.2.1Award of second GSM mobile licence
12.2.2iDEN contract awarded
12.2.3Award of 3G licences
12.2.4Award of third mobile licence
12.3Mobile technologies
12.3.1Analogue
12.3.2Digital
12.3.33G
12.4Major mobile operators
12.4.1Saudi Telecom Company (STC)
12.4.2Ettihad Etisalat (Mobily)
12.4.3Public Telecommunications Company (Bravo)
12.5Mobile voice services
12.5.1Prepaid
12.5.2Satellite mobile
12.6Mobile data services
12.7Mobile applications
13.SYRIA
13.1Overview of Syria’s mobile market
13.1.1Mobile statistics
13.2Regulatory issues
13.2.1Pilot project
13.2.2BOT contracts
13.3Mobile technologies
13.3.13G
13.4Major mobile operators
13.4.1Syriatel
13.4.2Investcom / Areeba / Spacetel
13.5Mobile voice services
13.5.1Prepaid
13.5.2Satellite mobile
13.6Mobile data services
14.TURKEY
14.1Overview of Turkey’s mobile market
14.1.1Mobile statistics
14.2Regulatory issues
14.2.1Third Generation (3G) licences
14.2.2Third and fourth GSM licences
14.2.3Smaller operators merge
14.2.4Significant Market Power (SMP)
14.2.5Mobile Number Portability (MNP)
14.2.6Telsim privatisation
14.3Major mobile operators
14.3.1Turkcell
14.3.2Vodafone (Telsim)
14.3.3Avea
14.3.4Turk Telekom
14.4Mobile voice services
14.4.1Prepaid
14.4.2Satellite mobile
14.5Mobile data services
14.5.1Short Message Service (SMS)
14.5.2Multi Media Messaging Service (MMS)
14.5.3General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)
14.5.4Push-to-talk (PTT)
14.5.5Enhanced Date for GSM Evolution (EDGE)
14.5.6BlackBerry
14.5.7Mobile TV
14.6Mobile content and applications
14.6.1Location-based services
14.6.2M-commerce
15.UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
15.1Overview of UAE’s mobile market
15.1.1Mobile statistics
15.2Regulatory issues
15.2.1Overview
15.2.2Number Portability (NP)
15.3Mobile technologies
15.3.1Analogue and digital
15.3.2Third Generation mobile (3G)
15.3.3High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA)
15.4Major mobile operators
15.4.1Etisalat
15.4.2Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company / du
15.5Mobile voice services
15.5.1Prepaid
15.5.2Satellite mobile
15.6Mobile data services
15.6.1Short Message Service (SMS)
15.6.2Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)
15.6.3General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)
15.6.4Push-to-talk (PTT)
15.6.5BlackBerry
15.6.6Mobile TV
15.6.7Credit transfer
15.7Mobile content and applications
15.7.1Overview
16.YEMEN
16.1Overview of Yemen’s mobile market
16.1.1Mobile statistics
16.2Regulatory issues
16.2.1GSM licences awarded
16.2.2Third GSM licence
16.3Major mobile operators
16.3.1TeleYemen / Yemen Mobile
16.3.2SabaFon
16.3.3Spacetel Yemen / MTN Yemen
16.4Mobile voice services
16.4.1Prepaid
16.4.2Satellite mobile
16.5Mobile data services
17.GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS
Exhibit 1 – Major mobile operators – June 2007
Exhibit 2 – Vodafone Egypt lists on Cairo and Alexandria Stock Exchange
Exhibit 3 – An analysis of Egypt’s third mobile licence valuation


Table 1 – Mobile penetration and growth in the Middle East – 2006
Table 2 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Iran – lower market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 3 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Iran – upper market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 4 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Jordan – lower market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 5 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Jordan – upper market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 6 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Lebanon – lower market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 7 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Lebanon – upper market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 8 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Oman – lower market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 9 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Oman – upper market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 10 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Saudi Arabia – lower market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 11 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Saudi Arabia – upper market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 12 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Syria – lower market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 13 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Syria – upper market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 14 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Yemen – lower market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 15 – Forecast mobile subscriber growth in Yemen – upper market scenario – 2007; 2012; 2017
Table 16 – Batelco revenue, profit and group mobile subscribers - 2005 - 2006
Table 17 – Batelco revenue by division - 2005 - 2006
Table 18 – Etisalat revenues and divisional representation - 2005 - 2006
Table 19 – MTC Group subscribers, revenue and profit - 2004 - 2007
Table 20 – MTC Kuwait revenue and ARPU – 2005 - 2006
Table 21 – Qtel revenue and net profit – 2005 - 2006
Table 22 – 3G subscribers by operator in selected Middle East countries – 2006
Table 23 – Mobile statistical overview Bahrain – 2006
Table 24 – Mobile subscribers and penetration in Bahrain - 1995 - 2006
Table 25 – Mobile subscribers and annual change by operator in Bahrain – 2006
Table 26 – MTC-Vodafone Bahrain revenue and ARPU - 2005 - 2006
Table 27 – Prepaid mobile subscribers in Bahrain - 1999 - 2006
Table 28 – MTC prepaid subscribers - 2004 - 2006
Table 29 – Mobile statistical overview Egypt – March 2007
Table 30 – Mobile subscribers, penetration and annual growth in Egypt – 1996 - 2007
Table 31 – Mobile subscribers by operator in Egypt – March 2007
Table 32 – MobiNil subscribers – 1998 - 2007
Table 33 – MobiNil key performance indicators – 2002 - 2006
Table 34 – Vodafone Egypt subscribers – 1998 - 2007
Table 35 – MobiNil blended monthly ARPU and AUPU – 2004 - 2006
Table 36 – Mobile statistical overview Iran – March 2007
Table 37 – Mobile subscribers and penetration in Iran - 1995 - 2007
Table 38 – Mobile subscribers and annual growth by operator in Iran – 2006
Table 39 – Mobile statistical overview Iraq – 2006
Table 40 – Mobile subscribers and penetration in Iraq - 2003 - 2006
Table 41 – Mobile subscribers and annual change by operator in Iraq – 2006
Table 42 – Mobile operator market shares in Iraq – September 2006
Table 43 – Mobile operator average ARPU in Iraq - 2004 - 2006
Table 44 – Mobile statistical overview Israel – 2006
Table 45 – Mobile subscriber growth and penetration in Israel – 1995 - 2006
Table 46 – Mobile subscribers and annual change by operator in Israel – 2006
Table 47 – Mobile operators – total subscribers and market share in Israel – 2006
Table 48 – Mobile operators – MoU and ARPU in Israel – 2006
Table 49 – Pelephone revenue, profit, MoU and ARPU – 2003 - 2006
Table 50 – Cellcom revenue, profit, MoU, churn, and monthly ARPU – 2005 - 2007
Table 51 – Partner Communications revenue, profit, MoU, churn, ARPU – 2002 - 2007
Table 52 – Partner prepaid, postpaid and business subscribers – 2004 - 2007
Table 53 – Partner data and content revenue – 2004 - 2006
Table 54 – Mobile statistical overview Jordan – 2006
Table 55 – Mobile subscribers and penetration in Jordan – 1995 - 2006
Table 56 – Mobile subscribers and annual change by operator in Jordan – 2006
Table 57 – Fastlink ARPU – 2005 - 2006
Table 58 – MobileCom prepaid and postpaid subscribers – 2002 - 2006
Table 59 – Fastlink prepaid and postpaid subscribers – 2005 - 2006
Table 60 – Mobile statistical overview Kuwait – 2006
Table 61 – Mobile subscribers in Kuwait - 1994 - 2006
Table 62 – Mobile subscribers and annual change by operator in Kuwait – 2006
Table 63 – MTC Group subscribers, revenue and profit - 2004 - 2007
Table 64 – MTC Kuwait revenue and ARPU – 2005 - 2006
Table 65 – MTC Prepaid subscribers – 2005 - 2006
Table 66 – Mobile statistical overview Lebanon – 2006
Table 67 – Mobile subscribers and penetration in Lebanon - 1995 - 2006
Table 68 – Mobile subscribers and annual change by operator in Lebanon – 2006
Table 69 – MTC prepaid and postpaid subscribers – 2005 - 2006
Table 70 – Mobile statistical overview Oman – March 2007
Table 71 – Mobile subscribers in Oman - 1994 - 2007
Table 72 – Mobile subscribers and annual change by operator in Oman - 2006
Table 73 – Prepaid and postpaid subscribers in Oman – 2005 - 2007
Table 74 – Prepaid and postpaid subscribers by operator in Oman – June 2005
Table 75 – Mobile statistical overview Qatar – March 2007
Table 76 – Mobile subscribers and penetration in Qatar - 1995 - 2007
Table 77 – Prepaid subscribers in Qatar - 2000 - 2006
Table 78 – Prepaid subscribers as a percentage of total in Qatar - 2002 - 2006
Table 79 – Mobile ARPU in Saudi Arabia - 2005 - 2006
Table 80 – Mobile statistical overview Saudi Arabia – 2006
Table 81 – Mobile subscribers and penetration in Saudi Arabia - 1995 - 2006
Table 82 – Mobile subscribers and annual change by operator in Saudi Arabia – 2006
Table 83 – Mobile statistical overview Syria – 2006
Table 84 – Mobile subscribers and penetration in Syria – 1999 - 2006
Table 85 – Mobile subscribers and annual growth by operator in Syria – 2006
Table 86 – Mobile statistical overview Turkey – 2006
Table 87 – Mobile subscribers by operator in Turkey – 2006
Table 88 – Mobile subscribers in Turkey - 1995 - 2007
Table 89 – Turkcell financial statistics – 2005 - 2006
Table 90 – Turkcell total subscribers – 2001 - 2007
Table 91 – Turkcell average monthly ARPU – prepaid and postpaid – 2001 - 2006
Table 92 – Turkcell average monthly MOU and churn – 2001 - 2006
Table 93 – Total prepaid subscribers in Turkey – 2002 - 2005
Table 94 – Turkcell prepaid subscribers – 2001 - 2006
Table 95 – Mobile statisticaloverview United Arab Emirates – 2006
Table 96 – Mobile subscribers and penetration in United Arab Emirates - 1995 - 2006
Table 97 – Mobile subscribers by operator in United Arab Emirates – 2006
Table 98 – Prepaid mobile subscribers in United Arab Emirates - 2003 - 2005
Table 99 – Mobile statistical overview Yemen – 2006
Table 100 – Mobile subscribers and annual change by operator in Yemen – 2006
Table 101 – Mobile subscribers and penetration in Yemen - 1998 - 2006
Table 102 – SpaceTel ARPU per month – 2003 - 2006

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