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  • 2009 Africa - Mobile Voice and Data Communications Statistics (tables only)
    Mobile phone networks dominate Africa’s telecommunications markets, providing around 90% of all subscriber connections. The subscriber base is still growing at around 30% per year across the continent, but the growth curves have begun to flatten in the continent’s more mature markets, forcing operators to compete more aggressively on price, quality of service and by introducing new services.
     
  • 2009 Africa - Telecoms, Internet and Mobile Statistics (tables only)
    Africa’s telecommunications markets are dominated by mobile phone networks which provide around 90% of all subscriber connections. The subscriber base is still growing at around 40% per year across the continent, but the growth curves are beginning to flatten in the continent's more mature markets, forcing operators to compete more aggressively on price, quality of service and by introducing new services.
     
  • 2012 Africa - Fixed-line, Internet and Broadband Statistics (tables only)
    Fixed-line. While being the world’s most rapidly growing market for mobile telephony, Africa is also home to some of the fastest growing fixed-line markets in the world. Roughly half of the continent's 54 countries had positive growth in the fixed-line sector in 2011 and at least seven of them saw double digit growth rates, while in some of the other markets fixed lines are rapidly being replaced by mobile phones.
     
  • South Africa - Digital Economy and Media Markets - Statistics and Analyses
    With its relatively well-developed and diverse infrastructure, South Africa has taken a regional lead role in the convergence of telecommunication and information technologies within the media and entertainment sectors.
     
  • 2012 Africa - Mobile Voice and Data Communications Statistics (tables only)
    Mobile phones represent more than 90% of all telephone lines in Africa. Market penetration passed the 65% mark in early 2012, with an annual growth rate of around 20%. However, individual markets are still growing at 50% p.
     
  • 2008 Africa - Mobile Voice and Data Communication Statistics (tables only)
    Mobile phone networks dominate Africa’s telecommunications markets; they provide around 90% of all subscriber connections. The subscriber base is still growing at around 40% per year across the continent, but the growth curves are beginning to flatten in the more mature markets, forcing operators to compete more aggressively on price, quality of service and by introducing new services.
     
  • 2011 Africa - Mobile Voice and Data Communications Statistics (tables only)
    Mobile phones represent more than 90% of all telephone lines in Africa. Market penetration passed the 50% mark in 2010, with subscriber growth slowing to around 15% p.a. However, several individual markets are still growing at 50% p.
     
  • 2012 Africa - Fixed and Wireless Broadband and Internet Markets and Forecasts
    Fibre networks are sustaining growth in Africa’s Internet and broadband sector Large parts of Africa have gained access to international fibre bandwidth via submarine cables for the first time in recent years.
     
  • 2011 Africa - Fixed and Wireless Broadband and Internet Markets and Forecasts
    International fibre optic cables are revolutionising Africa’s Internet and broadband sector Large parts of Africa gained access to international fibre bandwidth for the first time via submarine cables in 2009 and 2010.
     
  • Africa and the Middle East - Key developments to watch moving into 2014
    This report was archived in February 2014 and has not been updated since November 2013.Following the introduction of third- and fourth-generation (3G/4G) mobile technology in Africa, broadband Internet access for the mass market has become a reality.
     
  • 2012 Africa - Mobile Broadband, Data and Mobile Media Market
    African mobile operators make up to 30% of their revenues with non-voice services Wherever 3G mobile broadband services are deployed in sub-Saharan Africa, they quickly take over as the preferred means of access to the internet, provided that a suitable backbone network is in place.
     
  • 2014 Africa - Mobile Voice Market and Major Network Operators
    Mobile services capitalising on low fixed-line connectivity Accurate figures for mobile penetration in Africa are complicated by the popular use of multiple SIM cards in some markets. This has led to penetration rates of 150% or higher in a few countries, though given the diversity of the region penetration rates vary considerably, with Eritrea and South Sudan sporting very low rates.
     
  • 2011 Africa - Mobile Voice Market and Major Network Operators
    Market penetration has passed 50% amidst price wars Mobile phones represent more than 90% of all telephone lines in Africa. Market penetration passed the 50% mark in 2010, with subscriber growth slowing to around 15% p.
     
  • 2012 Africa - Mobile Voice Market and Major Network Operators
    Market penetration to reach 60% among Africa's one billion people in 2012 Mobile phones represent more than 90% of all telephone lines in Africa. Market penetration passed the 50% mark in 2010 and is expected to reach 60% in 2012.
     
  • 2008 Africa - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband in Southern Region and Indian Ocean Islands
    The diversity among the countries in this group is immense, ranging from the small Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius, sporting some of the best telecoms market indicators of the continent, to some of the poorest countries in the world, like Malawi and the island of Madagascar.
     
  • 2007 Africa - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband in Southern Region and Indian Ocean Islands
    The diversity among the countries in this group is immense, ranging from the small Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius, sporting some of the best telecoms market indicators of the continent, to some of the poorest countries in the world like Malawi and the island of Madagascar, as well as countries which have emerged from decades-long civil wars like Angola and Mozambique and which are consequently at a very low level of development.
     
  • 2007 Africa - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband in Central and Eastern Regions
    Low fixed-line teledensity and Internet penetration and strong growth of mobile telephony have been the chief characteristics of the telecom markets in the Central and Eastern regions of Africa. Several new international submarine cable projects are now set to bring large amounts of fibre-based bandwidth to countries along the continent’s East coast and in the interior for the first time.
     
  • 2008 Africa - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband in Central and Eastern Regions
    Several new international submarine cable projects are set to bring large amounts of fibre-based bandwidth to countries along the continent’s east coast and in the interior for the first time in 2009. Paired with rollouts of national fibre optic backbones and wireless broadband infrastructures, this is creating new opportunities in an environment of converging technologies and services and promises to bring the long-awaited cost reduction and improved availability of telecommunications.
     
  • Regional - Telecoms - The Impact of the Financial Crisis
    Archived report. This report was archived in 2009 and has not been updated. This report contains a unique overview and insight into the implications of the financial crisis at a regional level. Written in 2009 by BuddeComm’s senior analysts, each chapter provides information on the impact of the financial crisis with a particular focus on the effect on the telecoms industry.
     
  • Emerging Markets - Broadband for Emerging Economies
    Archived report. This report was archived in 2013. Developing countries cannot afford to miss out on the development, growth and trade opportunities offered by broadband infrastructure. Far beyond the tangible economic benefits realized through broadband infrastructure in jobs, trade and productivity - the information and education services offered by the Internet are now public goods with truly global dimensions.
     

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