BMI View: Cameroon and Gabon's improving economies, dynamic mobile markets and progressive
regulatory regimes mark them out as investment destinations with only moderate levels of risk. However,
Gabon's mobile market is saturated and consolidation is underway; price c ..."
BMI View: The Moroccan telecoms market is split between a mobile segment seeking profitability to
refinance technological developments and an underdeveloped wireline market with backwards services and
high prices. Méditel's decision to offer 4G data for the same price ..."
BMI View: We maintain a cautiously optimistic outlook for the Botswana and Namibia mobile markets in
our latest annual forecast update. Out to 2020, we are of the opinion that the smaller size of these markets
will subdue absolute organic growth prospects in terms of ..."
BMI View: We maintain our positive outlook for the Nigerian telecommunications sector in our Q416
report update, but we have made some minor downwards revisions to account for the slowdown in 2016.
The telecoms sector has undergone significant contraction again in Q11 ..."
BMI View: Rwanda has a competitive mobile telephony market with three network operators MTN, Tigo
and Airtel helping to drive subscriber growth. In addition, growing demand for data services and the
availability of new low-cost internet-enabled devices should positive ..."
This country report and accompanying data annex provide a comprehensive overview of Algeria's telecoms market, including KPIs and data on subscribers, penetration, revenue and ARPU. The report analyses the strategies of major players in the country's fixed and mobile telecoms ..."
BMI View:The Government of Mozambique plans
to merge publicly owned mobile operator mCel with
wireline incumbent Telecomunicacoes de
Mocambique (TDM). An mCel-TDM merger will
reduce operational costs, enabling the enlarged
entity to pursue organic su ..."
BMI View: We maintain a largely subdued outlook for the three markets surveyed in this report: Eritrea,
Ethiopia and Djibouti. All three of these markets display growth potential, but market development
dynamics have been hampered by poor government policies and state ..."
BMI View: Leading operator MTN Ghana launched 4G services in June 2016, following its licence and
spectrum acquisition in December 2015. The operator has built infrastructure in Ghana's regional capitals
and is currently swapping SIM cards to get customers ready for t ..."
BMI View: Operators continue to make investments in advanced data networks. However, MFS is likely to
remain the primary VAS in the mobile market as traction in the take-up of advanced mobile data services
remains slow. Notwithstanding, low mobile penetration, which w ..."