Central African Republic Telecom Services Revenue to Post 10.1% CAGR to 2021, Says Pyramid Research in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

07 Sep 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The overall revenue from telecom services in the Central African Republic (CAR) stood at USD 48.7 million as of 2015, declining 0.9% YoY to reach USD 44.3 million by 2016-end. Through to 2021, it is poised to gain momentum going forward, registering a 10.1% CAGR.

The fixed Internet and mobile data segments are anticipated to witness the swiftest growth in the upcoming years. The unstable security and political situation will likely slow down the growth rates in the near term. Still, operators’ long-term plans to expand cellular network coverage and the projected introduction of third generation (3G) services by additional operators are projected to fuel the growth in the domestic telecommunications market in the perspective.

The country’s telecom marketplace is set to be led by Orange as the top fixed and mobile data operator, with Telecom following after.

In-demand study “Central African Republic: Improved Political Stability Cause for Guarded Optimism” elaborated by Pyramid Research provides an analysis of the Central African Republic (CAR) telecom market size versus other countries in Africa and the Middle East (AME) region.

It limelights the economic, demographic and political environment in the country; gives an overview the regulatory framework and agenda for the next two years or so alongside relevant developments. The report provides current and historical data and forecasts pertaining to service revenue from the fixed Internet, fixed telephony, mobile voice and data segments. It tracks the changes in the breakdown of revenue between the mobile and fixed sectors and between data, voice and video during 2013-2020. The competitive scenario is described and examined in detail and a detailed look at the moves of the service providers is given in the report. Further, the research study offers an all-round sector analysis of the various telecom services. The study also casts light on the near-term opportunities for the manifold players in CAR's telecom market.

More in-demand reports by this publisher are available at Pyramid Research page


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