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  1. Brazil: Demand for Mobile Data Services Remains Strong Amid Challenging Macroeconomic Conditions

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Aug-2016
    , Product code: TC0401MR
    In 2016, Brazil will be the largest telecom services market in Latin America. Disconnections in the pay-TV and circuit-switched markets will affect the growth of the telecom market in Brazil in 2016. Additionally, the challenging macroeconomic situation coupled with additional cuts in mobile termination rates (MTRs) and reductions in fixed circuit-switched tariffs terminating on mobile networks will further impact market growth and operator revenue. With recovery beginning in 2017 and the voice-to-data substitution trend in the mobile segment, growth in the Brazilian telecom market will be mainly driven by the increase in mobile data revenue.
    $990.00

  2. Global Mobile Broadband Market in Public Safety Sector 2016-2020

    By: Technavio
    , Published: Jul-2016
    , Product code: IRTNTR10173
    The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global mobile broadband in public safety market for 2016-2020. To calculate the market size, Technavio considers the revenue generated through the sales of mobile broadband technologies, infrastructure equipment, user devices, and services. The report also considers the revenue generated from the public sector and private sector players.
    $2,500.00

  3. Wireless Tower Market in Middle East and Africa: Increasing Mobile Data Demand and Reduction of Capex by MNOs to Provide Opportunities for TowerCos

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Jun-2016
    , Product code: TC0081IR
    Growing mobile data demand, deployment of LTE technology along with 3G network expansion is increasing pressure on network operators’ existing wireless infrastructure, thereby creating the need for adding additional tower sites. Moreover, with saturated mature urban markets, MNOs are accelerating expansion into rural areas creating greater need for cell sites and providing opportunities for specialized tower companies. Key tower markets in Africa include Nigeria, Tanzania, Ghana, DRC, and Egypt. On the other hand, currently the Middle East tower market has witnessed limited activity.
    $1,195.00

  4. Bulgaria: Operators’ Focus on Multiplay Paired with Fixed and Mobile Broadband Rollouts Will Drive Growth

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Apr-2016
    , Product code: TC0422MR
    In 2016, Bulgaria will generate telecom services revenue of US$1.1bn (Lv2.0bn), or 2.3% of the country’s nominal GDP, a 0.9% decline in local currency from 2015. Going forward, market revenue is expected to return to growth in 2017 after several years of revenue decline, mainly driven by fixed broadband and mobile data revenue growth, enabled by wider next-generation fixed and mobile networks coverage and the upsell of multiplay offers by Bulgarian operators. Pyramid Research expects to see overall service revenue grow at a 2.4% CAGR (0.5% in local currency) over the 2015-2020 period. The mobile segment will continue to dominate the telecom market during the 2016-2020 period, stimulated by increasing demand for fast mobile broadband Internet, intensive development of 3G and 4G networks, and growing adoption of smartphones, supported with device subsidization offers. Continued decline in fixed circuit-switched will negatively impact the fixed segment, as fixed voice services will be gradually substituted by mobile voice and VoIP services.
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  5. Indonesia: Government Initiatives and Operator Investment to Drive Fixed and Mobile Data Growth

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Feb-2016
    , Product code: TC0435MR
    The telecommunications market in Indonesia will generated revenue of $10.9bn in 2015. The telecom services revenue will grow at a CAGR of 1.3% over the 2015-2020 period, drive by growth in mobile data, fixed VoIP, fixed broadband and pay-TV. Mobile data, which will continue to be the largest revenue-contributing segment over 2015-2020, will grow at a CAGR of 5%, while fixed VoIP, fixed broadband and pay-TV will register a CAGR of 9.5%, 3.5% and 9.9%, respectively. We expect mobile subscriptions in Indonesia to grow at a CAGR of 1.5% over 2015-2020. Going forward, operators should seize opportunities in mobile data, fixed broadband and pay-TV segments, while vendors should position themselves to offer technology-compatible smartphones and network devices.
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  6. Malaysia: Government Initiatives and Operator Investment to Drive Fixed and Mobile Broadband Growth

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Dec-2015
    , Product code: TC0377MR
    Malaysia is the eighth-largest telecom market in the APAC region and is estimated to generate telecom service revenue of $13.9bn by 2020. Mobile data will contribute nearly 39.5% of the total revenues, due to increased adoption of OTT and other mobile entertainment apps. Operator investments in LTE expansion and network modernization will be the major catalyst for the growth of mobile data services in Malaysia. MNOs will focus on high-end data customers to drive postpaid segment revenue. Moreover, operators will focus on differentiated VAS offerings, such as direct operator billing platforms, cloud storage and music streaming apps to capture market share. Further, triple-play offerings will help operators to attract more subscriptions in the coming years. Pay-TV operators will focus on extending their content libraries and adding value-added services, such as on-demand video and connected PVRs to drive the pay-TV subscriptions. The entry of iflix will enhance the competition in the pay-TV market.
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  7. Mobile Broadband in Southeast Asia: Adoption and Usage Trends and Operator Strategy

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Dec-2015
    , Product code: TC0048IR
    Mobile broadband traffic will grow rapidly in continental SE Asia, driven by the expansion of 3G and 4G networks and the proliferation of cheap smartphones; the fastest growth will come in the less developed markets. The region’s 3G markets have had time to mature prior to the 4G launches, but 2G networks will give way to 3G and 4G over the next five years: we expect combined 3G and 4G subscriptions to make up 88% of the regional total by 2020. Mobile data usage per 4G subscription is substantially higher than that of 3G subscriptions, and we expect average data usage per subscription to grow at annual rates of 20–40% over the next five years. Operators will rely on additional spectrum for rural expansion and capacity buildouts. Common approaches to driving mobile broadband adoption include data-centric bundles, zero-rated OTT apps and discounting of high-volume data plans. OTT services and social media are also important.
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  8. Kenya: Rapid Growth in Mobile Data Revenue Driven by Mobile Money Services

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Dec-2015
    , Product code: TC0350MR
    Kenya is one of the largest telecom service markets in East Africa, with estimated revenue of $2.3bn in 2015, a 4.4% increase on the previous year. Mobile data is a major growth driver and will generate $946m or 41.7% of total revenue in 2015, boosted by increased mobile Internet access and the expansion of mobile money services such as Safaricom’s M-Pesa and Airtel Money. Pyramid Research expects to see overall service revenue grow at a CAGR of 5.4% over the 2015-2020 period in dollar terms.
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  9. Wireless Tower Market in Latin America: Regulatory Changes Coupled with Mobile Data Growth Will Unlock Opportunities

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Nov-2015
    , Product code: TC0049IR
    Wireless tower infrastructure in Latin America plays a particularly crucial role in enabling broadband Internet access as fixed infrastructure has traditionally been relatively weak and underdeveloped across the region. The wireless tower industry is represented by mobile operators and tower companies as owners of tower assets. In Latin America, mobile operators and towercos operate over 161 thousand wireless towers. With over 50,000 wireless towers deployed, Brazil accounts for close to 31% of Latin America’s total wireless towers. Mobile operators continue to almost exclusively build and manage their own tower infrastructure across most markets in the region, with the exception of Brazil and Mexico.
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  10. Uganda: Mobile Money, Mobile Data and Fixed Infrastructure Developments to Drive Telecom Market

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Oct-2015
    , Product code: TC0368MR
    The telecom market in Uganda is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.9% during 2015-2020 to reach $1.7bn by 2020. Mobile voice will continue to be the largest revenue generator, contributing 68.0% to overall revenue in 2015. The top two operators, MTN and Airtel, will account for 88.9% of overall service revenue in 2015. 2G will be the most dominant technology in 2015, accounting for 78.7% of subscriptions. However, its share of total subscriptions will decrease over the forecast period due to the increasing popularity of 3G and 4G services. Mobile services will continue to dominate the market, accounting for 92% of total service revenue in 2020. Data will increasingly contribute to total revenue, generating more than half of telecom revenue in 2020.
    $990.00

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