The provision of fixed broadband services in the Middle East (ME) has been historically linked to high entry barriers and too little competition to stimulate enough technology and market push, resulting in low household penetration rates. In 2011, a series of civil unrests collectively known as the “Arab Spring" temporarily slowed down the growth of the telecom sector with delays in pla...
The objectives of this article are to present the organisational profile and market performance of LGI and to analyse the company’s strategies as the largest cable service provider in Europe.
Over the past seven years since LGI was created, it has increased its stake or fully acquired small and large cable service providers in its different markets of interest. On its first year al...
For the past couple of years, mobile operators have sought ways to become an indispensible part of the lifestyle of their consumers through mobile applications. This is especially the case now, as mobile devices have become versatile instruments facilitating many day-to-day activities beyond communication to also include commerce, social networking, health monitoring, entertainment and ed...