DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/sh8jwk/the) has announced the addition of the "The Telecommunications Market in Southern Africa Key Fixed and Mobile Market Indicators " report to their offering.
This research service provides an analysis of the Southern African telecommunications market. It focuses on providing data for fixed, mobile, and Internet subscriber numbers and penetration rates for each country within the region. A discussion of emerging market trends is provided, highlighting the entrance of the international submarine cables, the mobile network operators present in each country along with their market shares, and a brief socio-economic analysis of the region. The research also provides conclusions.
- Landlocked countries such as Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Lesotho are investing in rolling-out fibre to connect to the international submarine cables which landed in neighbouring countries. Inter-country cooperation is expected; for example, Botswana to access the WACS cable via Namibia and pass on extra bandwidth to Zambia and Zimbabwe.
- South Africa is the most-developed country in terms of infrastructure roll-out and assets. However, the market is mature and is beginning to consolidate; there are 4 deals for mergers and acquisitions, and infrastructure sharing that are awaiting the regulator's approval.
- New partnerships are expected to take place in Lesotho, Swaziland, and Angola.
- Meanwhile, the Zimbabwe and Mozambique markets are growing fast as a result of high investments in infrastructure roll-outs.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Market Overview
3. Total Southern Africa Telecommunications Market
4. Angola Analysis
5. Botswana Analysis
6. Lesotho Analysis
7. Malawi Analysis
8. Mauritius Analysis
9. Mozambique Analysis
10. Namibia Analysis
11. Sao Tome and Principe Analysis
12. South Africa Analysis
13. Swaziland Analysis
14. Zambia Analysis
15. Zimbabwe Analysis
16. The Last Word
17. The Story
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