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  • 2017 Kenya - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses
    Kenya’s telecom regulator looks closely at Safaricom’s market dominance. Kenya’s telecommunications market continues to undergo considerable changes resulting from increased competition, improved international connectivity and rapid developments in the mobile market.
     
  • 2015 Kenya - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Market Insights
    Kenyan government disagrees on terms of sale for Orange Kenya. Kenya’s telecommunications market has undergone considerable changes since the landing of four fibre-optic international submarine cables in recent years.
     
  • 2009 Global - Key Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Statistics
    The growth of the telecoms industry has been truly remarkable and today we live in world where the number of mobile phones far outweighs the number of fixed lines. Millions of people around the world also enjoy high-speed Internet services with at least 30% of all Internet users now connected to fixed broadband.
     
  • 2008 Global - Next Generation Telecoms and FttH
    The global telecommunications market is rapidly transforming. Telecom networks are undergoing extraordinary changes with investments in All-IP Next Generation Networks and fibre networks increasing in order to meet burgeoning consumer demand for high-bandwidth applications.
     
  • Telecoms & Broadband Business Newsletter - April 2015
    Editorial:- Report from the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona. One of the biggest telecom events in the world, now in its tenth year, the GSMA Global World Congress, is attracting 90,000 visitors this year.
     
  • 2014 Algeria - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Market Insights and Forecasts
    Government initiates plans to develop fixed-line telephony competition. With a fixed-line penetration of around 8% and mobile penetration close to 100%, Algeria has one of the highest telecom services teledensities in Africa.
     
  • Telecoms & Broadband Business Newsletter - July 2014
    Editorial: Government misses out on developing a smart economy There is a genuine agreement among the developed economies that unless costs are taken out of the economy we face a rather bleak future, because in a global economy we are pricing ourselves out of the market.
     
  • 2013 Morocco - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband
    Morocco - Vivendi’s sale of its 53% stake in Maroc Telecom raises €4.2 billion Morocco benefits from having one of the most advanced telecommunications markets in Africa. The sector is efficiently managed by an independent regulator, and developments within the market segments are often used as a model in other countries.
     
  • Telecoms & Broadband Business Newsletter - March 2013
    Editorial - CSIRO’s push to assist in the digital transformation of Australia One of our arguments in relation to getting a national broadband network underway – rather than just discussing it - has always been that it will be impossible to come up with a fully-covered cost benefit plan stretching 10 or 20 years into the future.
     
  • 2012 Ghana - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    3G mobile broadband services represent the vast majority of Internet connections Ghana has been a pioneer in African telecommunications: It launched the first cellular mobile network in sub-Saharan Africa in 1992, it was among the first countries on the continent to be connected to the Internet and to introduce ADSL broadband services, and it led the way in market liberalisation and deregulation when it privatised Ghana Telecom (GT) as early as 1996.
     
  • Telecoms & Broadband Business Newsletter - July 2012
    Editorial - Major overhaul of New Zealand telecom market For most of the last ten years BuddeComm has had questions regarding the position of TelstraClear in the New Zealand market.  There have been as many strategies as there have been CEOs of its mother company in Australia; no clear direction; and a hotchpotch of investments and initiatives – no clear longer-term strategy at all.
     
  • Telecoms & Broadband Business Newsletter - December 2011
    Editorial - World leaders accept social economic benefits of broadband A great deal can happen in two years.  Things have changed since the formation of the UN Commission of Broadband back in early 2010.
     
  • 2011 Morocco - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband
    More than 80% of the broadband market is mobile Morocco is one of the most advanced telecommunications markets in Africa and often seen as a role model for future developments in other parts of the continent.
     
  • 2011 Turkey - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Telecoms infrastructure supporting the development of a digital economy Turkey’s telecommunications market exhibited its resilience despite recent economic uncertainty by maintaining positive growth.
     
  • Telecoms & Broadband Business Newsletter - November 2011
    Editorial - Squandering the national interest The world is facing some serious problems, and in particular the short-term financial problems we are experiencing seem to be difficult to solve. The key issues are: In Europe, lack of leadership and a more global vision In America, dysfunctional politics The reasons for the current problems are similar worldwide.
     
  • 2011 Ghana - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Mobile penetration has broken the 75% barrier Ghana has been a pioneer in African telecommunications: It launched the first cellular mobile network in sub-Saharan Africa in 1992, it was among the first countries on the continent to be connected to the Internet and to introduce ADSL broadband services, and it led the way in market liberalisation and deregulation when it privatised Ghana Telecom (GT) as early as 1996.
     
  • 2010 Ghana - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Ghana pioneer in African telecommunications It launched the first cellular mobile network in sub-Saharan Africa in 1992, it was among the first countries on the continent to be connected to the Internet and to introduce ADSL broadband services, and it led the way in market liberalisation and deregulation when it privatised Ghana Telecom as early as 1996.
     
  • Telecoms & Broadband Business Newsletter - July 2010
    Editorial - Fragmented society requires cohesive leadership Over the last few decades we have seen dramatic changes in our society.  These do, of course, form part of generational and societal change patterns in areas such as education and individual pursuits, and they can be viewed in isolation.
     
  • Telecoms & Broadband Business Newsletter - March 2010
    Editorial - Are Google, Microsoft and Apple the next utilities in telecoms? Over the last few years the increasing amount of discussion about telecoms reveals that the real competition for telecoms companies is not from other telcos, but companies such as Google and others.
     
  • 2009 Morocco - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Morocco is one of the most advanced telecommunications markets in Africa and often seen as a role model for future developments in other parts of the continent. It features a majority-privatised, highly profitable incumbent telco, Maroc Telecom (MT), three fixed and mobile network operators, as well as the highest penetration and some of the lowest prices on the continent for broadband Internet access.
     

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