Kuwait Mobile Players are Increasingly Focused on Mobile Data Solutions, According to BuddeComm Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
10 Oct 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The deployment of fixed broadband has been growing relatively slowly but steadily in Kuwait. Fixed services have initiated to make inroads, but they cannot boast high penetration. The penetration is low if compared to other countries. Besides, there is no NBC policy in place.
Approximately 25% of all fixed mobile subscriptions belong to fiber subscribers.
Existing copper-based infrastructure, however, is unlikely to keep up with future data demands.
The local mobile sector is extremely developed, and there are many subscriptions available. Mobile owns the largest share of the total broadband connections.
Viva, Ooredoo and Zain rein the mobile marketplace, and Zain is the number on player and its share is around 38%. Its Data revenues grew by approximately 8% in 2015.
To stay competitive in the marketplace, large players offer more value-added services, network and technology upgrades to customers.
M2M services are now offered by Zain Kuwait to corporate customers. This player has also conducted some successful tests of the 4.5G technology.
The mobile data market has become the main focus for the companies. For instance, they have upgraded their networks in order to support faster downlink speeds.
In-demand research report “Kuwait - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses” drawn up by BuddeComm offers a comprehensive analysis of the telecom sector in Kuwait. The study contains an all-round overview of the country. It proceeds with a 360-degree view of the telecom marketplace.
The report canvasses the competitive environment and throws light on fixed network operators. The research study explores issues relative to telecom infrastructure and delves deep into the broadband access marketplace.
It investigates digital economy and digital media trends. The research report covers mobile communications and infrastructure. The study limelights top companies and concentrates on mobile content and applications. Valuable statistics and future projections can be found in the report, too.
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