Georgian Telecom Sector Propelled by Broadband Segment, Says BuddeComm in Its New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
02 May 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The Georgian economy continues to develop despite considerable challenges that the country faces. At present, telecom is still one of the swiftest growing sectors of the country’s economy. As of 2015, its share in the Georgia’s GDP stood at around 5.6%.
The growth is slow, and this has negative impact on the local telecom sector. Fixed-line voice services have seen a sharp fall of revenue, and the similar fall took place in the mobile sector. Yet, the latter fall resulted from the fierce competition. This has been accompanies by a drop of messaging traffic, as local subscribers are shifting to alternative OTT services.
As of early 2017, the penetration of active mobile subscribers in the country stood at around 1120%. The broadband sector propels the overall marketplace. The number of subscribers is rising steadily there.
New research report “Georgia - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses” drawn up by BuddeComm offers a comprehensive insight into the Georgian telecom sector. The study starts with a detailed coverage of key statistics. It proceeds with a bird’s eye overview of the country.
The report delves deep into the performance of the Georgian telecom marketplace. The research study throws light on the regulatory environment. It explores fixed network operators in detail.
The research report explores the local telecom infrastructure and examines the local fixed-line broadband marketplace. The study also covers digital media trends and scrutinizes the Georgian mobile market.
Companies mentioned in this report include: Telecom Georgia, SilkNet, SaNet, United Telecom, and more.
- all-round overview of the Georgian telecom sector;
- insights into sectors’ performance;
- details on the regulatory environment;
- historical and forecast figures;
- and more.
More new studies by our partner can be found at its page.