Mozambique Telecom Market Trends Discussed by BuddeComm in Its New Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com
18 Dec 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Mozambique was one of the first nations in the region to bring the telecom reform into action. Hence, some sectors have become opened to competition. In particular, the mobile segment has demonstrated robust growth since Vodacom Mozambique and TdM’s mobile subsidiary mCel engaged into competition in 2003. The country still has much lower mobile penetration as against the regional average. Considering that the nation has comparatively low fixed-line penetration rates there is huge room for further growth in the years to come. This has been propelled by the introduction of commercial services from the third mobile operator Movitel, which is backed by the Vietnamese company Viettel.
The inadequate fixed-line infrastructure has considerably withheld the fixed-line internet marketplace, resulting in mobile internet accounting for the majority of connections. The expensiveness of international bandwidth had hampered the use of Internet for a long time, although the landing of 2 international submarine cables (Seacom and Eassy) has decreased the cost of bandwidth and, hence, resulted in severe cuts in retail prices of broadband services.
There is some kind of cross-platform competition, with cable broadband, DSL, 3G, WiMAX and limited fibre broadband available. Further enhancements can be anticipated from the continuous roll-out of national fibre optic backbone networks by TdM and the wireless operators.
In-demand research report “Mozambique - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses” drawn up by BuddeComm provides a profound, unbiased investigation of the national telecom market performance.
the regulator’s market data for 2016, operator data updates to Q3 2017, ITU market data updates, recent market developments.
It provides statistical information and analysis on the country and the telecom marketplace; gives an all-round overview of the regulatory environment; gives an overview of fixed network operators. The report examines the telecommunications infrastructure, covering the national telecom network, national fibre backbone, data centres, and international infrastructure. The report thoroughly analyses the country’s fixed-line broadband market. A review of the digital economy is included, too. The research study canvasses the mobile market, covering statistical data, mobile broadband universe, mobile subscriber forecasts (to 2018, 2020, and 2022), regulatory issues; mobile infrastructure, leading mobile operators, mobile content and applications.
Companies mentioned in the study include Telecomunicações De Moçambique (TdM), Teledata (TdM), Vodacom Mozambique, Movitel (Viettel), mCel (TdM), TV Cabo, Tropical Web, Seacom, and Intra.
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