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Albania Telecom Sector Sees Shift to Mobile Services, According to BuddeComm In-demand Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

21 Mar 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Albania’s telecommunications sector sees a shift from fixed to mobile services.

The telecom marketplace in Albania is in line with developments elsewhere in the region, with the penetration of fixed-line telephony dropping as subscribers shift to mobile solutions and with constant government incentives to enhance broadband availability and access conditions. The nation’s economy is very dependent on the neighbouring trade partners Greece and Italy.

This has a remarkable influence on the country’s telecom sector, with revenue increase in an ongoing decline as clients decrease discretionary spending. However, penetration rates in the fixed-line and broadband sectors are still extremely low by European standards, and so there are opportunities for investments for further upgrades of the networks to aid in stimulating the nation’s economic development via a set of digital offerings and IP-based solutions.

Whilst such fixed-line infrastructure investments should be encouraged by the regulator and the government, consumers will keep on leaning toward mobile networks rather than voice and data services in the short run, which will likely result in the future growth of the mobile sector.

Albtelecom (Eagle Mobile), Vodafone Albania, Telekom Albania (AMC), Turk Telecom, Cosmote, Primo Communications are amid the largest players in the domestic telecoms market. Albtelecom’s share of the broadband sector keeps on being squeezed by competitors.

In-demand research report “Albania - Telecoms, IP Networks and Digital Media - Insights and Statistics” elaborated by BuddeComm offers a detailed guide to telecom marketplace on a national scale.

The study offers key statistics, gives a detailed country overview, and examines Albania’s telecom market. It sheds light on the regulatory environment. The study reviews the international and national telecom infrastructure. The research analyses the fixed-line broadband and digital media markets, alongside market scenario forecasts and broadband subscriber projections through to 2016, 2018 and 2021. The report provides true insights into the mobile marketplace, enclosing in-depth analyses and statistical data, as well as market development outlook. It profiles the leading fixed-line network operators and mobile operators and canvasses their strategies in the light of pertinent company operating and financial statistical data.

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