Japan Telecommunication Market Review by Taiyou Research Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
22 Aug 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Japan probably has the world's most advanced cellular networks and a very advanced acceptance by consumers and industrial customers of wireless services. In coming five years ahead, the country’s telecommunication services market is anticipated to reach nearly USD 195 billion. Japan accounts for 46% of the Asia-Pacific telecommunication services market value, with fixed line being the largest segment of the market.
Naturally, telecom companies are moving quickly to deploy 4G networks and devices. In addition, carriers who want to position themselves for continued leadership will maintain their focus on enhancing customer service and resolving connectivity issues, which may yield a measurable increase in consumer loyalty. In addition, telecom companies in Japan may want to consider options for expanding embedded mobile capabilities, which can add significant value to just about any product out there.
New market research report “Telecom Industry in Japan” elaborated by Taiyou Research provides a comprehensive statistical and analytical study of the Japanese telecom sector, covering the following topics:
- global telecom industry;
- major global telecom players;
- telecom industry in Japan;
- mobile sector in Japan;
- swot analysis: mobile industry in Japan;
- fixed line telecom market in Japan;
- swot analysis: wireline industry in Japan;
- internet market in Japan;
- telecom industry in Japan: regulatory framework;
- major industry vendors & market trends;
- major industry players, including NTT Corporation, KDDI Corporation, NTT DoCoMo, Softbank Corp.
Telecom Industry in Japan
Published: August, 2012
Price: US$ 475,00
More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Taiyou Research page.