Aggressive acquisition practises push mobile penetration rate — In 2018, mobile subscriber base to top 25 million — Carriers still not eyeing retention as viable strategy — Market segmentation still in infancy but outlook driven by business users.
Stuttgart, Germany; Manila, Philippines — Similarly to developing markets in Eastern Europe and other parts of Southeast Asia, the Cambodian telecommunications market has leap-frogged fixed communications pushing mobile voice and data services to serve quickly a “communication-hungry” population.
Quad-play bundling gaining traction in Europe, mobile becoming important
Quarterly Television Monitoring
Bundled service has been a permanent fixture on most telcos’ standard offers and incumbents, especially those who offer all communication services (fixed line, Internet, TV and mobile), stand to benefit from offering converged services. Incumbents have been relying on their bundled offers to mitigate fixed line loss and generally, subscriber churn brought about by the stiff competition in their own markets. Pay televis...
Emerging Markets - Country Evolution Report
It was only nine years ago that Saudi Arabia started to liberalise its telecom market beginning with the mobile market in 2004 and then followed by the fixed line market in 2006. The liberalisation of the telecom markets allowed foreign firms to enter the competition fray through forging consortia with local Saudi companies. As of end-2012 four mobile operators (now three after STC’s acquisition of Bravo, a very small iDE...