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Analysis of Fixed and Mobile Network Operators Present in North Africa
This research service provides an analysis of the North African telecommunication market. It focuses on providing data for fixed, mobile, and Internet subscribers and the respective penetration rates for each country within the region. A discussion of emerging market trends is provided, highlighting the entrance of the international submarine cables and a brief socioeconomic analysis. The socioeconomic analysis is comprised of Growth Domestic Product (GDP), population, major urban cities within each country, telecommunication regulatory body, and the list of international submarine cables present in each country. The research also provides conclusions.
-North Africa is experiencing over% telecommunication penetration rates, where mobile penetration takes the lead with % penetration. The penetration for fixed-line communication is very low, averaging % across North Africa.
-The overall telecom infrastructure in North Africa, is more developed than the other regions within the continent. Algeria, Egypt, and Libya were the pioneers in launching Fibre to the Home (FttH) technology.
-The main challenge in North Africa are the social and political uncertainties, along with the effects of the global economic crisis.
-The government exercise a strict control and, in some cases, censorship. Even in some of the more liberalised markets, governments have tried to cut international Internet connections during the current crisis.
-Currently, the average internet penetration across the North African Region is %, meaning there are massive opportunities for investors to develop this market.
-This report gives an overview of the communication market, identifies the major players, and provides estimates for telecom users in each country for 2013.
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