Omani Mobile & Fixed Telecom Marketplace Reviewed in Topical Pyramid Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
12 May 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The country’s telecom services market is the 17th largest in the Middle East and Africa region as of 2014. The total industry revenue is forecast to amount to USD 1.9 billion by 2019, recording a CAGR of just under 5%. Over the next 5 years, mobile data will likely provide the most lucrative opportunity for operators, and the segment is projected to generate a cumulative revenue totaling more than USD 3 billion by 2019. The fixed broadband segment is set to generate more than USD 2 billion in cumulative revenue during the same period, which is around three times the revenue set to be generated by the fixed voice segment. To capitilise on this growth, Oman’s operators are seeing to develop their converged offers and are competing severely on bundling. Forecast suggest that customised features of converged offers along with the bundling of conventional data & voice services with novel IT and multimedia services will increase operators’ competitiveness. The dominant operator, Omantel, comprised over 65% of overall service revenue in 2014. Both operators are well-positioned to address the booming demand for convergence, as they are active in all market segments.
Topical research report “Oman: Omantel and Ooredoo Turn to Converged Offers to Stay Ahead of MVNOs and Each Other” created by Pyramid Research examines the Omani mobile and fixed telecom sector. It provides a detailed, unbiased analysis of the short-term opportunities for market players; reviews the competitive landscape covering major trends in competition and in the revenue market shares, performance, and projected developments of service providers in the years to come; includes an exhaustive development of the demand across the broadband, mobile (voice and data) and fixed telephony (including VoIP) sectors. The study provides insights into the market size and trends in the country as against other nations across the region; economic, political and demographic profile of the country; overview of the major regulatory trends; in-depth analysis of each individual market segment, covering a service adoption trends by operator and network technology as well as of average revenue per subscription/line and service revenue by 2019.
Oman: Omantel and Ooredoo Turn to Converged Offers to Stay Ahead of MVNOs and Each Other
Published: April, 2015
Price: US$ 990.00
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