North Korea Telecom Sector Saw Decline in Fixed Lines in Service, According to BuddeComm Report Available at MarketPiblishers.com13 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The North Korean telecom market is underdeveloped, but it is still growing. It has grown remarkably over the recent years thanks to the rising mobile penetration in this country. As of 2011, the penetration stood at 4.1%; and it amounted to 13.8% in 2016
Foreign investments play an important role in the development of the local telecoms infrastructure.
Despite communication restrictions that citizens face every day, technological improvements take place. For instance, HDTV digital broadcasting was introduced in 2015.Some other initiatives comprise the domestic production of mobile phones and computers, and the launch of e-commerce websites.
In the meantime, the percentage of fixed lines in service has been declining over the last decade. E.g., it fell from 4.9% in 2007 to 4.7% as of 2016.
The country’s telecom market is the number one driver of the local telecom infrastructure development.
In-demand research report “North Korea - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses” drawn up by BuddeComm offers a comprehensive guide to the North Korean telecom marketplace. The study starts with a detailed overview of the country.
It proceeds with a 360-degree overview of the local telecom market. The report throws light on the regulatory landscape. The research study focuses on fixed network operators.
It examines the North Korean telecom infrastructure. The research report delves deep into performance of the fixed-line broadband and internet marketplace. The study canvasses the North Korean mobile market, too.
It covers the local mobile infrastructure. The report limelights leading mobile operators and mobile content and its applications. The research study also concentrates on mobile headsets and explores the state of the digital economy in the country.
It also sheds light on the digital media segment and discuses important trends and developments of the total market space.
More insightful research reports by BuddeComm are available at its page.