Asia Telecom Sector Examined and Forecast in BuddeComm Report Recently Published at

04 Mar 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - There is a shift towards new generation services in the Asian mobile market. As a result, growth in total numbers of local subscribers has initiated to moderate.  In early 2014, there were over 3 million mobile subscribers in the region.

In Bangladesh, 3G is expected to give an impetus to growth of the local mobile market, though overall mobile growth has been slowing down from 2009.

In 2007, the local subscriber base grew by over 68 percent, while it stood at slightly below 20 percent in 2012. There were around 100 million subscribers in the base as of late 2012 and approximately 120 million in late 2014.

The internet usage posted swift growth in the country. In 2014, the estimated intern use-base included around 10 million, with a number of people using internet having grown by more than two times over the past few years.

In China, there are approximately 50 million 4G subscribers. China Mobile is the largest players in the local telecom marketplace. Being at the forefront of technology development and receiving support from government bodies, China has launched a number of initiatives, such as Smart Grid deployments, building of Smart Cities, and more.

Topical research study “Asia - Telecom Forecasts” worked out by BuddeComm draws up a comprehensive picture of the Asian telecom sector. This insightful report contains a bird’s eye view of the market. It covers the sector in detail by reviewing country markets. It contains historical data and forecast figures related to the fixed-line market, internet services, the mobile market, the 3G market, etc.

Report Details:

Asia - Telecom Forecasts
Published: January, 2015
Pages: 73
Price: US$ 1,500.00

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