Middle East - Mobile Market - Overview & Forecasts

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Last updated: 11 Mar 2010 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 16

Analyst: Paul Kwon


The very dynamic mobile market of the Middle East has very high penetration rates but continues with surprisingly high growth rates as competition continues to increase. All countries now have at least two licensed operators. In addition MVNOs are appearing. Several very large players have grown both by buying new licences and established operators in the Middle East, Africa and West Asia. The increasing pan-regional competition should be an added factor to greater growth. 3G services are operating in the more developed markets, together with HSPA. This report includes five and ten year forecasts for most markets.

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