Middle East Mobile Broadband Revenues Gain Traction, Says BuddeComm in Its New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com05 Jan 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The countries of the Middle East that have reached mobile saturation are witnessing a gradual upsurge in mobile broadband revenues. In Bahrain, for instance, revenues from mobile broadband are increasing on a continuous basis and now contribute more than 35% to overall broadband revenues – in comparison with merely 7% in 2010. In Iran, mobile data and mobile broadband also create another huge revenue growth opportunity for the cellular providers.
Many nations have poured much money into the improvements of mobile broadband infrastructure, including the deployment of 4G LTE networks. The Israeli operators, for instance, have focused on extending network coverage and boosting download speeds through LTE.
In Lebanon, both Touch and Alfa are mulling over upgrading and extending their 4G networks. Iran is also upgrading to TD-LTE alongside transitioning to LTE-A.
Kuwait represents one of the most dynamic and well established mobile sectors in the Middle East region, and the large operators are currently migrating to delivering more value-added services in tandem with network and technology upgrades.
Qatar has turned into an advanced telecommunications market and is also takes the lead in the Middle East. As of 2016 the nation has an extensive array of services and networks on offer comprising 4G, LTE-A, VoLTE, M2M and fibre-based technologies.
New report “Middle East - Mobile Infrastructure and Mobile Broadband” drawn up by BuddeComm provides an all-encompassing, trustworthy analysis of the marketplace on a regional level.
The study gives an overview of the mobile broadband sector across the 14 leading countries in the region. For each country market in question, the research report further provides key statistical data with respect to the mobile sector and also mobile broadband statistical figures, overview of the country, insights into mobile voice and data, regulatory aspects, mobile infrastructure and other infrastructure developments, mobile content and applications, mobile handsets, and more.
More reports by our partner are available at BuddeComm page.