8 reports

  • West Africa -Telecoms Maturity Index by country - 2018
  • West Africa - Key Characteristics of Telecoms Markets by Country

Sotelgui started offering internet services in 1997.

  • Fixed Line
  • Internet Services
  • Mobile Services
  • Telecom
  • Africa
  • MARKET

Tunisia has one of the most sophisticated telecom and broadband infrastructures in North Africa, with relatively high penetration rates for mobile and internet services.

  • Internet Services
  • Telecom
  • Africa
  • Market Size
  • Ooredoo Group
  • INTERNET EXCHANGE POINTS (IXP)

International bandwidth is still limited, and as a result internet pricing is high and backhaul capacity (for both fixed and mobile internet services) is low.

  • Internet Services
  • Mobile Services
  • Telecom
  • Africa
  • Republic of the Congo

These services were launched in response to competition from providers targeting low-end customers and internet streaming service providers.

  • Internet Services
  • Media And Entertainment
  • Pay TV
  • Africa
  • Demand

This growth will be driven by the higher demand for digital and Internet services, greater access to smartphones, improved ##G service quality and coverage, expanding ##G coverage, better-value data offers and limited fixed broadband infrastructure.

  • Internet Services
  • Africa
  • Demand
  • Market Size
  • Millicom International Cellular S.A.
  • OVERVIEW OF NBPS IN AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST (CONT'D)
  • ROLE OF GOVERNMENTS AND TELCOS IN IMPLEMENTATION

Country NBP objectives Strategic initiatives Timeline, budget Key players Technologies Morocco Coverage of ##Mbps internet services to ##% of population.

  • Broadband
  • Internet Services
  • Africa
  • Kenya
  • Middle East
  • AVOIDING POSITIONING PUBLIC WIFI AS A STANDALONE SERVICE
  • INHIBITORS TO THE GROWTH OF PUBLIC WIFI

Service providers can partner with universities to bundle WiFi subscription into the overall tuition fee for the semester or the year, so that students make a one-time annual payment to receive internet service on the campus.

  • Internet Services
  • Africa
  • Demand

Ghana, for example, has limited fixed line infrastructure but one of the highest mobile broadband penetration rates on the continent, at over %. - The expansion and the reliability of these networks, particularly in rural areas, has been stymied by the continent’s poor electricity supply.

  • Internet Services
  • Africa
  • Supply