Equatorial Guinean Telecom Market Analysed in Topical Pyramid Research Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

16 Jul 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Equatorial Guinea’s telecoms market structure is characterised by considerable government participation and reduced competitive pressures. Growth is expected to be supported by the government’s efforts to modernise telecommunications networks and thus unleash the adoption of services previously unappealing, or unavailable, owing to low network speed. The country’s total telecom service revenue reached an estimated USD 85 million in 2014, a 12% hike YoY. Mobile voice remains the dominant revenue segment, capturing 59.3% of overall revenue as of 2014. Mobile data revenue is projected to increase at a 27% CAGR to reach USD 23 million by end-2019.

Competition in the country’s telecommunications market has been relatively limited over the last 10 years, with the state being a leading partner in all operators. The incumbent operator, Getesa-Orange, has been the largest telecom service provider in Equatorial Guinea since 2006. Understanding the prospective contribution of a dynamic telecommunications sector to the local economy, the government awarded licenses to 2 alternative operators in 2008 and 2012. Internet service providers (ISPs) such as IPX EG and Guineanet have thrived by targeting the lucrative enterprise and government sectors. However, until more efficient competition is introduced, the Equatorial Guinean market is not likely to reach its true revenue potential.

Topical report “Equatorial Guinea: Telecom Market's Potential Curbed by Government Involvement, Limited Competition” created by Pyramid Research offers a concise profile of Equatorial Guinea’s mobile and fixed telecommunications markets. The study analyses the size and trends of the nation’s telecoms market on a regional level; discusses the economic, demographic and political context in Equatorial Guinea; reviews the regulatory environment and trends. It includes an analysis and historical data and forecasts of service revenue from the broadband, fixed telephony, mobile (voice and data) sectors; gives an in-dept look at the changes in the breakdown of total revenue between the mobile and fixed sectors and between data, voice and video during 2014-2019. The research study canvasses the competitive scene, examining key trends in competition and in the performance, revenue market shares and expected steps taken by service providers over the coming 18-24 months. It presents a granular analysis of each of the sectors such as fixed telephony, broadband, mobile (voice and data) services. Furthermore, it details the short-term opportunities for vendors, operators and investors in the country’s telecom sector.

Report Details:

Equatorial Guinea: Telecom Market's Potential Curbed by Government Involvement, Limited Competition
Published: May, 2015
Pages: 27
Price: US$ 990.00

More studies by the publisher can be found at Pyramid Research page.

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