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撒哈拉以南的非洲的通訊產業 (季度更新)

Sub-Saharan Africa Telecommunications

出版商 Fitch Solutions, Inc. 商品編碼 362188
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 60 Pages
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撒哈拉以南的非洲的通訊產業 (季度更新) Sub-Saharan Africa Telecommunications
出版日期: 2020年09月22日內容資訊: 英文 60 Pages

本報告已在2020年9月24日停止出版

簡介

本報告提供撒哈拉以南的非洲的通訊產業調查分析,到2020年的5年預測為焦點,產業分析,產業預測,產業風險/利潤指數 (RRI) 、市場概要,企業簡介等系統性資訊。

BMI的產業分析

產業預測

  • 最新趨勢
  • 結構的趨勢

產業風險/利潤指數 (RRI)

  • 撒哈拉以南的非洲的RRI

市場概要

  • 非洲的塔市場
  • 地區的有效性手機遊戲收益化的關鍵
  • 資料成本的削減是VOD成功的關鍵

企業簡介

  • Millicom International Cellular
  • Etisalat

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調查手法

目錄
Product Code: SSF01_20201001

Key View: The Sub-Saharan African telecommunications market is expected to maintain a positive trajectory through to the end of our 2029 forecast period. We believe that the market supported around 785.4mn mobile subscribers at the end of 2019, for a penetration rate of 71.6%. By 2029, this figure should grow to around 1.1bn subscriptions, a penetration rate of 78.4%. The migration from 3G to 4G services will be a core theme during the forecast period, with stronger prospects for mobile 5G uptake from the middle of our forecast period supported by demand in more affluent, tech savvy markets such as South Africa, Mauritius, Kenya and Nigeria. In terms of broadband uptake, the uptake of fibre optic services in some markets is notable, but for the most part, 3G/ 4G mobile broadband will remain good enough. Growth in the fixed line segment remains muted owing to underdeveloped fixed line infrastructure across the region. This makes mobile the only financially viable alternative to wireline broadband, notwithstanding the uptake of fibre-optic services in key markets such as South Africa and Kenya. Overall, the operators' revenues from retail mobile services will be impacted by factors such as increasing tax burdens, operational risk challenges from service disruptions and theft and damage of vital telecommunications infrastructure, as well as elevated political and economic uncertainty in numerous markets. That said, we note upsides for enterprise services as several key business centres in the region, mostly in coastal countries, will properly embrace premium broadband connectivity within the next five to six years, driven by the emergence of smart city developments and industrial IoT applications.

Table of Contents

  • Key View
  • Industry Forecast
  • Sub-Saharan Africa Telecommunications Forecast
  • Industry Risk/Reward Index
  • Regulatory Developments Temper Impact Of Macroeconomic Decline On SSA Telecoms Index
  • Industry Trend Analysis
  • Sub-Saharan Africa Telecoms: Submarine Cable Developments
  • Regulating For Ethiopia's Technological Aspirations
  • Orange Africa Telecoms Expansion To Be Measured And Target High Value Markets
  • Multichoice Looks To OTT Players To Boost South African Pay-TV Appeal
  • Quick View: Sotel Investment Plans Fit Robust Mobile Expansion Outlook For Chad
  • Quick View: Malawian Telecoms Licence Concession Dimmed By Weak Regulatory, Operational Environments
  • Quick View: Libtelco Taps Liberian Mobile Market For Revenue Diversification
  • Global Company Strategy
  • MTN: Middle East Exit, Scale And Advanced Services Focus In Africa
  • Sonatel (Orange)
  • Viettel: Domestic 5G To Boost Long-Term Growth, International Expansion To Diversify Revenues
  • Telecommunications Glossary
  • Telecommunications Methodology