Bolivian Mobile, Fixed Telecommunications & Pay-TV Markets Examined in Pyramid Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
09 Jun 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Bolivia is in the top 20 of Latin American telecom services markets. In 2014, it held the 15th position in the list, with its estimated revenue surpassing the USD 0.99 billion mark (2 percent of GDP), up by more than 7.4 percent YoY.
The overall service revenue is expected to continue growing in the country a CAGR of no less than 7.8 percent over the period 2014-2019. The mobile segment is set to take the lead and surpass the fixed services segment in terms of revenue in the upcoming years due to rising popularity of 3G.
In 2014, country’s top three operators (each providing mobile services to its customers) held a combined share of approximately 74 percent of total service revenue.
Cable TV dominates the marketplace in Bolivia, but other technologies also gain traction. In 2014, a household penetration rate of pay TV almost reached 11 percent.
In-demand research study “Bolivia: DTH Launches and Fiber-Optic Backbone Rollout to Drive Video and Data Services” worked out by Pyramid Research offers an insightful discussion of mobile and fixed telecommunications and pay TV markets in Bolivia. The report provides a thorough overview of the markets and major market participants. It investigates the regulatory environment and includes a demand profile. The research study covers market segments and identifies market opportunities.
Bolivia: DTH Launches and Fiber-Optic Backbone Rollout to Drive Video and Data Services
Published: May, 2015
Price: US$ 990.00
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