|[February 14, 2017]
Sierra Leone, Middle East - Mobile Infrastructure & Mobile Broadband and Bulgaria - Research and Markets
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Sierra
Leone, Middle East - Mobile Infrastructure & Mobile Broadband and
Bulgaria" report to their offering.
This valuable report on the mobile broadband sector in the Middle East
provides information on trends and developments in this mostly
progressive region which relies heavily on mobile communications.
A number of recent investments in infrastructure have seen 4G LTE (News - Alert)
services flourish in many markets.
This report provides key information and statistics on the mobile
broadband sector for the Middle East.
Mobile broadband usage is growing in Bahrain - representing over 50%
of total broadband usage today.
The mobile content and applications market in Israel has come under
renewed focus given the increasing affordability and penetration of
Mobile payments solutions are beginning to emerge in Lebanon and are
being offered by banks and mobile operators alike.
The fingerprint law in Saudi Arabia has resuted in a drop in mobile
Smart phones are becoming increasingly popular in the UAE, accounting
for close to two thirds of the country's mobile handsets.
There is ongoing Fixed-Mobile Conversion (FMC) taking place in Iran.
3G penetration is over 70% in Jordan.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) in Oman has approved
the Access and Interconnection (A&I) Regulation which aims to make
market entry easier for new players in order to promote competition.
Despite the challenging environment in Syria, there are some glimpses
of hope with both mobile operators reporting rising in revenue in
2015, with much of this attributed to growth in mobile data services.
Broadband subscriber growth in Yemen has received a boost in recent
years following the launch of mobile broadband services. However fixed
and mobile broadband services are far from affordable for much of the
While growth in the Iraqi telecoms sector is currently influenced by
the serious civil unrest occurring in the country; it is expected that
there will be opportunities for grow in both the mobile communication
and mobile broadband markets in the future.
Viva, Zain (News - Alert) and Ooredoo of Kuwait have all turned their attention
towards LTE-A. The involvement of Huawei has been pivotal to the
development of LTE-A in Kuwait.
Both VoLTE and LTE-A services have been launched in Qatar over the
past twelve months or so.
In April 2016 4G LTE services were launched by Turkcell, Turk Telekom
and Vodafone (News - Alert) Turkey.
Etisalat (News - Alert)
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