New Cutting-edge Telecom Markets Reports by BMI Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

12 Nov 2014 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Market Publishers Ltd announces that new Business Monitor International (BMI) reports on different countries’ telecommunications markets have been added to its catalogue.

Slovenia Telecommunications Report 2015. Due to country’s rather small size and population, the domestic telecom market is becoming quickly saturated with minimal growth levels witnessed throughout the sector. As the growth of subscriber base slows down, the market is expected to see increased M&A activity levels in the offing. The nation’s relatively high income levels have resulted in it boasting the highest ARPU and post-paid subscription mix region-wise, backed by the hike in 3G services. More essential data and information on the industry are presented in the report …

Bangladesh Telecommunications Report Q1 2015. The country’s telecom market keeps on being challenging. There is no clear delineation between the government’s regulatory duties and the independent regulatory body, making it hard for new products and services to be approved quickly and efficiently. Mobile penetration in Bangladesh reached 73.7% as of 2013 and is likely to rise to just over 87% by 2018. The report examines the national telecom industry, covering key market data as well as providing a future outlook …

Czech Republic Telecommunications Report Q1 2015. The Czech Republic telecoms market is one of the most advanced in East-Central Europe, with high penetration rates of both data and voice services. However, operators are currently facing challenging conditions as margins are being threatened by price pressures. The market is seeing great changes with the arrival of mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) from 2012 and the regulators’ precompetitive measures to attract a fourth operator. An in-depth analysis and forecast of the telecom market can be found in the study …

Central Africa Telecommunications Report 2014. Mobile subscriptions are forecast to grow, mainly due to the low rate of penetration. Mobile penetration is expected to rise to 35% by 2018, up from 32% in 2014-end. Weak investment in fixed infrastructure is evidence of low adoption and usage of fixed-line services in the Central African Republic, a state which is not expected to change considerably in the next few years. The report canvasses the country’s telecom sector, offers valuable market information and statistics alongside in-depth forecasts …

More new studies by the publisher can be found at BMI page.

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