Latin America – Fixed-line, Internet and Broadband Statistics (tables only)

London (PRWEB) October 22, 2013

This report provides 123 statistical tables relating to the telecom markets of 26 Latin American countries, and is extracted from the full annual market reports.

Weak competition and insufficient bandwidth push up broadband prices in Latin America

Competition

Most telecoms markets across Central American and the Caribbean have been liberalised, with the notable exception of Cuba and some remaining instances where the state has retained a significant interest in the incumbent operator. New entrants using VoIP, wireless technologies, or triple play solutions are attracting a growing number of subscribers, but their market share remains comparatively small. Almost invariably, the incumbents continue to dominate the fixed line industry. Alternative telcos have been able to establish themselves in a number of smaller markets where poor penetration of services and small populations provide limited potential for growth. Nevertheless, in the Caribbean the key players LIME and Digicel have shown renewed commitment, maintaining investment and engaging in M&A activity in recent quarters to consolidate their interests in the region.

Wholesale

In the broadband sector, most incumbents have secured a virtual monopoly in the delivery of ADSL access. The only competition is across technologies, from cable modem and mobile broadband. Local Loop Unbundling (LLU) is rare in this region, and wholesale activity not very well developed. The concern governments face is the shortage of fixed line infrastructure, tied to the fear that operators will cease to invest in their network if they are forced to unbundle their local loop or lower wholesale prices. Nevertheless, change is on the horizon: the regions largest market, Brazil, approved LLU regulations in late 2012.

International connectivity

All of Latin America suffers from insufficient international connectivity, both between countries and with the rest of the world, as submarine cables are inadequate to meet the escalating need for bandwidth. This has pushed up broadband prices. In Bolivia, the most expensive country for broadband, 1Mb/s connection costs a staggering 55% of GDP per capita. In other LAC markets, the cost ranges between 1.3% (Uruguay) and 19.5% (Nicaragua) of GDP per capita while in countries such as Spain and France, 1Mb/s connection costs 0.18% and 0.06% of GDP per capita respectively.

Developments, however, have been witnessed in submarine cable activity, with evidence that the ALBA-1 cable from Venezuela to Cuba is now carrying traffic from Cuba, so ending that countrys reliance on satellites for international comms and internet traffic. Similarly, Am

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Middle East – Telecoms, Internet, Broadband and Mobile statistics (tables only)

London (PRWEB) October 23, 2013

Demand for Arabic content increasing as broadband use extends

Telecoms and fixed-line

Developing regulatory systems in the telecoms sector of the Middle East have improved conditions for competitors although in almost all markets the main competitors to fixed-line incumbents are mobile network operators. Cross-border co-operation is becoming increasingly evident with regulators working together to improve services for end users and operators working together to deploy two regional terrestrial cables. Broadband continues to be the focus of incumbent operators as fixed-line voice revenue continues to decline and governments encourage deployment of faster speeds to underpin development of the Internet economy.

Internet and Broadband

Broadband use is increasing rapidly in the wealthier countries of the Arab Middle East due to infrastructure based competition from mobile network operators. This in turn is driving demand for Arabic content. The speeds currently available in the Middle East is opening up access to high bandwidth forms of digital content, such as Video-on-Demand (VoD). Tough competition exists in the region’s flourishing pan-regional satellite TV market with over 400 FTA channels available.

Mobile operations

Recent slow growth is indicative of the maturing Middle East mobile markets. High mobile subscription levels are due to multiple SIM card ownership, a predominantly prepaid user base and lack of mobile number portability in many markets. Perhaps more indicative of the mature market is the emergence of MVNOs which can better cater to specific market segments. In the face of strong competition operators are diversifying into fixed markets or other countries. Other operators have voiced renewed focus on achieving operational efficiencies although the impending spending required to build and operate faster mobile broadband networks will make this target increasingly challenging.

1. COUNTRY comparisons

1.1 Fixed-line operations

1.2 Internet and broadband

1.3 Mobile operations

2. BAHRAIN

2.1 National overview

2.2 Infrastructure

2.3 Operator statistics

2.3.1 Batelco

2.3.2 Zain Bahrain

2.4 Internet

2.5 Broadband

2.5.1 Forecast broadband subscribers

2.5.2 Broadband technologies

2.5.3 Broadband ARPU

2.6 Mobile communications

3. EGYPT

3.1 National overview

3.2 Infrastructure

3.3 Operators statistics

3.3.1 Telecom Egypt

3.3.2 Mobinil Egypt

3.3.3 Vodafone Egypt

3.4 Internet

3.4.1 Forecast Internet users

3.5 Broadband

3.6 Mobile communications

3.6.1 Forecast mobile subscribers

4. IRAN

4.1 National overview

4.2 Infrastructure

4.3 Operator statistics

4.3.1 MTN Irancell

4.4 Internet

4.5 Broadband

4.5.1 Forecast broadband subscribers

4.6 Mobile communications

5. IRAQ

5.1 National overview

5.2 Infrastructure

5.3 Operator statistics

5.3.1 Asiacell

5.3.2 Zain Iraq

5.3.3 Korek Telecom

5.4 Internet

5.5 Broadband

5.6 Mobile communications

5.6.1 Mobile ARPU

5.6.2 Forecast mobile subscribers

6. ISRAEL

6.1 National overview

6.2 Infrastructure

6.3 Operator statistics

6.3.1 Bezeq

6.3.2 HOT

6.3.3 Pelephone

6.3.4 Cellcom

6.3.5 Partner Communications

6.3.6 YES Israel

6.4 Internet

6.5 Broadband

6.6 Digital media

6.7 Mobile communications

7. JORDAN

7.1 National overview

7.2 Infrastructure

7.3 Operator statistics

7.3.1 Jordan Telecom Group

7.3.2 Wi-tribe ARPU and subscribers

7.3.3 Zain Jordan

7.3.4 Orange Jordan

7.4 Internet

7.5 Broadband

7.5.1 Forecast broadband subscribers

7.6 Mobile communications

8. KUWAIT

8.1 National overview

8.2 Infrastructure

8.3 Operators

8.3.1 Zain Kuwait

8.3.2 Wataniya

8.3.3 Viva

8.4 Internet

8.5 Broadband

8.6 Mobile communications

8.6.1 Forecast mobile subscribers

9. LEBANON

9.1 National overview

9.2 Infrastructure

9.3 Operator statistics

9.3.1 Zain Lebanon

9.3.2 MTC Touch

9.4 Internet

9.5 Broadband

9.5.1 Forecast broadband subscribers

9.6 Mobile subscribers

9.6.1 Forecast mobile subscribers

9.6.2 Mobile ARPU

10. OMAN

10.1 National overview

10.2 Infrastructure

10.3 Operator statistics

10.3.1 Omantel

10.3.2 OMTC (Oman Mobile Telecommunications)

10.3.3 Nawras

10.4 Internet

10.5 Broadband

10.5.1 Forecast broadband subscribers

10.6 Mobile communications

10.6.1 Mobile ARPU

10.6.2 Messaging

11. QATAR

11.1 National overview

11.2 Infrastructure

11.3 Operator statistics

11.3.1 Qtel Qatar

11.3.2 Vodafone Qatar

11.4 Internet

11.5 Broadband

11.5.1 Forecast broadband subscribers

11.6 Mobile communications

12. SAUDI ARABIA

12.1 National overview

12.2 Infrastructure

12.3 Operator statistics

12.3.1 STC Group

12.3.2 Bravo

12.3.3 Zain Saudi Arabia

12.3.4 Mobily

12.4 Internet

12.5 Broadband

12.5.1 Forecasts broadband subscribers

12.6 Mobile communications

13. SYRIA

13.1 National overview

13.2 Infrastructure

13.3 Operator statistics

13.3.1 Syriatel

13.3.2 MTN Syria

13.4 Internet

13.5 Broadband

13.5.1 Forecast broadband subscribers

13.6 Mobile communications

14. TURKEY

14.1 National overview

14.2 Infrastructure

14.3 Operator statistics

14.3.1 Turk Telecom

14.3.2 Turkcell

14.3.3 Superonline

14.3.4 D-Smart

14.3.5 Vodafone Turkey

14.3.6 Avea

14.4 Internet

14.5 Broadband

14.5.1 Forecast broadband subscribers

14.6 Digital Economy

14.7 Digital Media

14.8 Mobile communications

14.8.1 Mobile ARPU

14.8.2 Forecast mobile subscribers

14.8.3 Messaging

15. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

15.1 National overview

15.2 Infrastructure

15.2.1 Fixed line ARPU

15.3 Operator statistics

15.3.1 Etisalat Group

15.3.2 Du

15.4 Internet

15.4.1 ARPU

15.5 Broadband subscribers

15.5.1 Broadband ARPU

15.5.2 Forecast broadband subscribers

15.6 Digital economy

15.7 Mobile Communications

15.7.1 Mobile ARPU

15.7.2 Messaging

16. YEMEN

16.1 National overview

16.2 Infrastructure

16.3 Operator statistics

16.3.1 SabaFon

16.3.2 MTN Yemen

16.4 Internet

16.5 Broadband

16.5.1 Forecast broadband subscribers

16.6 Mobile communications

16.6.1 Forecast mobile subscribers

16.6.2 Messaging

Table 1 Middle East Fixed-lines in service by country 2008 – 2012

Table 2 Middle East Fixed-line teledensity by country 2008 – 2012

Table 3 Middle East Internet users by country 2008 – 1012

Table 4 Middle East Internet user penetration by country 2008 – 2012

Table 5 Middle East Broadband subscribers by country 2008 – 2012

Table 6 Middle East Mobile subscribers by country 2008 – 2012

Table 7 Middle East Mobile penetration by country 2008 – 2012

Table 8 Bahrain Key telecom parameters 2010; 2012

Table 9 Bahrain Key national statistics 2012

Table 10 Bahrain GDP growth and inflation 2005 – 2012

Table 11 Bahrain Fixed-lines in service and teledensity – 1995 2012

Table 12 Bahrain Batelco total group mobile subscribers 2005 – 2012

Table 13 Bahrain and other Batelco revenue and profit 2005 – 2012

Table 14 Bahrain Batelco revenue by division – 2005 – 2012

Table 15 Bahrain Batelco total group mobile subscribers 2005 – 2012

Table 16 Zain Bahrain prepaid subscribers – 2004 – 2012

Table 17 Zain Bahrain Active Subscribers 2005 – 2012

Table 18 Zain Bahrain Revenue, EBITDA, CAPEX and ARPU – 2005 2012

Table 19 Bahrain Key Internet and broadband statistics 2012

Table 20 Bahrain Internet users and penetration estimates – 1995 – 2012

Table 21 Bahrain Internet subscribers – 2000 – 2012

Table 22 Bahrain Broadband subscribers by operator – 2005 – 2011

Table 23 Bahrain Forecast broadband subscribers 2015; 2020

Table 24 Bahrain Broadband subscribers by access method 2004 – 2011

Table 25 Bahrain Market share of Internet and broadband by access method 2004 – 2011

Table 26 Bahrain Broadband subscribers by access speed 2007 2010

Table 27 Bahrain Broadband monthly ARPU 2007 – 2010

Table 28 Bahrain Key mobile statistics 2012

Table 29 Bahrain Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1995 – 2012

Table 30 Bahrain Prepaid mobile subscribers – 1999 – 2011

Table 31 Egypt Key telecom parameters estimated market penetration rates in Egypt’s telecoms sector end-2012

Table 32 Egypt Key national statistics 2012

Table 33 Egypt Fixed-lines in service and teledensity 1995 – 2012

Table 34 Egypt Public payphones by operator 2002 – 2012

Table 35 Telecom Egypt Revenue and operating statistics 2003 – 2011

Table 36 Telecom Egypt ARPU 2003 – 2011

Table 37 Egypt Mobinil active subscribers 2000 – 2012

Table 38 Egypt Mobinil financial results 2002 – 2011

Table 39 Egypt Mobinil blended monthly ARPU 2002 – 2012

Table 40 Vodafone Egypt subscribers 2000 – 2012

Table 41 Vodafone Egypt blended monthly ARPU 2003 – 2012

Table 42 Egypt Key Internet and broadband statistics 2012

Table 43 Egypt Internet users and penetration rate 1999 – 2012

Table 44 Egypt Forecast Internet users 2013; 2016

Table 45 Egypt DSL subscribers, total vs TE 2002 – 2012

Table 46 Egypt Key mobile statistics 2012

Table 47 Egypt Mobile subscribers and penetration 2000 – 2012

Table 48 Egypt Forecast mobile subscribers 2013; 2016

Table 49 Iran Key telecom parameters 2010; 2012

Table 50 Iran Key national statistics 2011

Table 51 Iran GDP growth and inflation 2005 – 2011

Table 52 Iran Fixed-lines in service and teledensity 1995 – 2012

Table 53 Iran MTN Irancell Revenue and Expenses 2009 2011

Table 54 Iran MTN Irancell SMS Revenue 2009 – 2011

Table 55 Iran MTN Irancell Subscribers, ARPU and MOU 2006 2012

Table 56 Iran Key Internet and broadband statistics 2012

Table 57 Iran Internet users and penetration estimates 1996 – 2012

Table 58 Iran household PC penetration 2002 – 2012

Table 59 Iran Fixed broadband subscribers 2000 2012

Table 60 Iran Forecast broadband subscribers 2015; 2020

Table 61 Iran Key mobile statistics 2012

Table 62 Iran Mobile subscribers and penetration 1995 – 2012

Table 63 Iraq Key telecom parameters 2010; 2012

Table 64 Iraq Key national statistics 2012

Table 65 Iraq GDP growth and inflation 2005 – 2013

Table 66 Iraq Fixed-lines in service and teledensity – 1990 – 2012

Table 67 Iraq Asiacell financial data 2006 – 2012

Table 68 Iraq Asiacell subscribers 2006 – 2012

Table 69 Iraq – Asiacell ARPU 2012

Table 70 Zain Iraq revenue, net income and capex 2006 2012

Table 71 Zain Iraq active subscribers 2006 – 2012

Table 72 Zain Iraq prepaid subscribers 2006 – 2012

Table 73 Zain Iraq revenue, net income and capex 2006 2012

Table 74 Iraq Korek Telecom Subscribers 2011 – 2012

Table 75 Iraq Internet user penetration and estimates 2001 2012

Table 76 Iraq Household PC penetration 2008 2012

Table 77 Iraq Fixed broadband subscribers and estimates 2006 – 2012

Table 78 Iraq International Internet bandwidth 2005 – 2011

Table 79 Iraq Key mobile statistics 2012

Table 80 Iraq Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 2003 – 2012

Table 81 Iraq Mobile operator market shares 2004 – 2012

Table 82 Iraq Major mobile operators ARPU 2004 – 2012

Table 83 Iraq Forecast mobile penetration 2015; 2020

Table 84 Israel Key telecom parameters 2011; 2013

Table 85 Israel Key national statistics 2012

Table 86 Israel GDP growth and inflation 2005 – 2013

Table 87 Israel fixed-lines in service and teledensity 1995 – 2013

Table 88 Israel Bezeq divisional revenues 2008 2012

Table 89 Israel Bezeq active fixed-line subscriber lines, MOU, and monthly ARPL 2003 – 2012

Table 90 Israel Bezeq broadband subscriber ARPU 2005 – 2012

Table 91 Israel HOT financial data 2011 – 2012

Table 92 Israel HOT fixed voice and Internet subscribers 2010 – 2012

Table 93 Israel HOT financial data 2011 – 2012

Table 94 Israel Pelephone revenue and profit 2003 – 2012

Table 95 Israel Pelephone Subscribers, MOU and ARPU 2003 – 2012

Table 96 Israel Cellcom revenue and operating profit 2005 – 2012

Table 97 Israel Cellcom monthly MOU 2005 – 2011

Table 98 Israel Cellcom churn 2005 – 2010

Table 99 Israel Cellcom monthly ARPU 2005 – 2012

Table 100 Israel Partner Communications revenue and operating profit 2002 – 2012

Table 101 Israel Partner Communications monthly MOU 2002 – 2012

Table 102 Israel Partner Communications churn 2002 – 2012

Table 103 Israel Partner Communications subscribers 2010 – 2012

Table 104 Israel Partner Communications prepaid subscribers 2004 – 2012

Table 105 Israel Partner Communications ARPU 2002 – 2012

Table 106 Israel YES revenue and profit 2007 – 2012

Table 107 Israel YES satellite TV subscribers and market share 2002 – 2012

Table 108 Israel YES satellite ARPU 2002 – 2012

Table 109 Israel Key Internet and broadband statistics 2012

Table 110 Israel Internet users and penetration 1997 – 2013

Table 111 Israel Fixed broadband subscribers 2001 – 2012

Table 112 Israel ADSL and cable networks subscribers and market share 2005 – 2012

Table 113 Israel Household PC penetration 2002 – 2013

Table 114 Israel Average daily minutes per TV viewer 2002 – 2012

Table 115 Israel Key mobile statistics September 2012

Table 116 Israel Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 1995 – 2013

Table 117 Israel Mobile technologies and subscribers by operator September 2012

Table 118 Israel Mobile operator market share 2011 – 2012

Table 119 Israel Mobile operators data and content revenue as a % of total 2003 – 2012

Table 120 Israel Active mobile broadband subscriptions 2010 – 2013

Table 121 Jordan Key telecom parameters 2010; 2012

Table 122 Jordan Key national statistics 2012

Table 123 Jordan GDP growth and inflation 2006 – 2013

Table 124 Jordan fixed-lines in service and teledensity 1995 – 2012

Table 125 Jordan Telecom Group divisional subscribers 2005 – 2011

Table 126 Jordan Telecom Group profit and revenue by sector 2004 – 2011

Table 127 Jordan Wi-tribe Jordan ARPU 2012

Table 128 Zain Jordan revenue, EBITDA and CAPEX 2005 – 2012

Table 129 Zain Jordan active subscribers 2006 – 2012

Table 130 Zain Jordan prepaid and postpaid subscribers 2005 – 2012

Table 131 Zain Jordan ARPU

Table 132 Orange Jordan subscribers and ARPU 2010 – 2011

Table 133 Jordan Key Internet statistics March 2012

Table 134 Jordan Internet users and penetration rate 1995 – 2012

Table 135 Jordan Internet subscribers and penetration rate 1999 – 2012

Table 136 Jordan Internet subscribers by access method 2009 – 2012

Table 137 Jordan DSL subscribers – 2001 – 2012

Table 138 Jordan Forecast broadband subscribers 2015; 2020

Table 139 Jordan Key mobile statistics March 2012

Table 140 Jordan Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 1995 – 2012

Table 141 Jordan Mobile technologies and subscribers by operator March 2012

Table 142 Jordan Mobile operators’ market share 2004 – 2012

Table 143 Jordan Mobile Termination Rates per major operator 2010 – 2014

Table 144 Kuwait Key telecom parameters 2010; 2012

Table 145 Kuwait Key national statistics 2012

Table 146 Kuwait GDP growth and inflation 2005 – 2012

Table 147 Kuwait Fixed-lines in service and teledensity – 1995 – 2012

Table 148 Kuwait Zain Group subscribers, revenue and profit 2002 – 2012

Table 149 Kuwait – Zain revenue, income, ARPU and active customers 2005 2012

Table 150 Kuwait Zain pre and postpaid subscribers 2005 – 2012

Table 151 Kuwait – Zain’s consumer market mobile broadband offerings October 2012

Table 152 Kuwait Wataniya Group subscribers, revenue and profit 2005 – 2012

Table 153 Kuwait Wataniya financial data 2006 – 2012

Table 154 Kuwait Wataniya subscribers – 2006 – 2012

Table 155 Kuwait Wataniya mobile broadband subscribers – 2010 – 2012

Table 156 Kuwait Wataniya pre and postpaid subscribers 2005 – 2012

Table 157 Kuwait Wataniya’s consumer market mobile broadband offerings October 2012

Table 158 Kuwait Wataniya quarterly ARPU 2010 – 2012

Table 159 Kuwait Viva’s consumer market mobile broadband offerings October 2012

Table 160 Kuwait Key Internet and broadband statistics 2012

Table 161 Kuwait Internet user and penetration estimates 1995 – 2012

Table 162 Kuwait Household PC penetration 2002 – 2012

Table 163 Kuwait Fixed Broadband subscribers – 2001 – 2013

Table 164 Kuwait Key mobile statistics 2012

Table 165 Kuwait Mobile subscribers and penetration rates 1994 – 2012

Table 166 Kuwait Mobile technologies and subscribers by operator June 2012

Table 167 Kuwait Mobile operators’ subscribers and market share 2005 – 2012

Table 168 Kuwait Forecast mobile subscribers 2015; 2020

Table 169 Lebanon Key telecom parameters 2010; 2012

Table 170 Lebanon Key national statistics 2012

Table 171 Lebanon GDP growth and inflation 2005 – 2013

Table 172 Lebanon Fixed-lines in service and teledensity – 1996 – 2012

Table 173 Lebanon Zain active subscribers 2006 – 2012

Table 174 Lebanon Zain prepaid and postpaid subscribers 2005 – 2012

Table 175 Lebanon MTC Touch’s consumer market mobile broadband offerings October 2012

Table 176 Lebanon Key Internet and broadband statistics 2012

Table 177 Lebanon Internet user and penetration estimates 1995 – 2012

Table 178 Lebanon Household PC penetration 2002 – 2012

Table 179 Lebanon International Internet bandwidth 2003 – 2011

Table 180 Lebanon Fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2002 – 2012

Table 181 Lebanon Forecast broadband subscribers 2012, 2015; 2020

Table 182 Lebanon Key mobile statistics 2012

Table 183 Lebanon Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 1995 – 2012

Table 184 Lebanon Forecast mobile subscribers 2015; 2020

Table 185 Lebanon Total blended ARPU 2008 – 2012

Table 186 Oman Key telecom parameters 2010; 2012

Table 187 Oman Key national statistics 2012

Table 188 Oman GDP growth and inflation 2005 – 2013

Table 189 Oman Fixed-lines in service and teledensity 1995 – 2012

Table 190 Oman Omantel financial data 2003 2012

Table 191 Oman Omantel fixed-line ARPU 2003 – 2012

Table 192 Oman Omantel mobile broadband subscribers 2010 – 2012

Table 193 Oman Omantel prepaid and postpaid subscribers 2008 – 2012

Table 194 Oman Oman Mobile (OMTC) mobile ARPU 2002 2003; 2005 – 2012

Table 195 Oman Nawras financial data 2007 2012

Table 196 Oman Nawras fixed-line subscribers and ARPU 2010 – 2012

Table 197 Oman Nawras mobile broadband subscribers and ARPU 2008 – 2012

Table 198 Oman Nawras pre and postpaid ARPU 2007 2012

Table 199 Oman Nawras fixed broadband subscribers 2010 – 2012

Table 200 Oman Nawras subscribers 2008 2012

Table 201 Oman Nawras prepaid and postpaid subscribers 2007 – 2012

Table 202 Oman Key Internet and broadband statistics 2012

Table 203 Oman Internet users and penetration estimates 1998 – 2012

Table 204 Oman Fixed-line Internet subscribers 2000 – 2012

Table 205 Oman International Internet bandwidth 2003 – 2012

Table 206 Oman Household PC penetration 2007 – 2012

Table 207 Oman Fixed broadband subscribers 2004 – 2012

Table 208 Oman Forecast broadband subscribers 2015; 2020

Table 209 Oman Key mobile statistics 2012

Table 210 Oman Mobile subscribers and penetration 1994 – 2012

Table 211 Oman Prepaid and postpaid subscribers 2005 – 2012

Table 212 Oman Mobile technologies and subscribers by operator June 2012

Table 213 Oman Active mobile broadband subscriptions 2007 – 2012

Table 214 Oman Mobile sector total ARPU 2005 – 2012

Table 215 Oman SMS messages sent 2006 – 2012

Table 216 Oman MMS messages sent 2010 2012

Table 217 Qatar Key telecom parameters 2010; 2012

Table 218 Qatar Key national statistics 2012

Table 219 Qatar GDP growth and inflation 2005 – 2013

Table 220 Qatar Fixed-lines in service and teledensity 1995 – 2012

Table 221 Qatar Qtel group mobile and fixed-line revenue and net profit 2005 – 2012

Table 222 Qatar Qtel mobile vs fixed-line revenue and net profit 2005 – 2012

Table 223 Qatar Qtel fixed-line revenue breakdown 2008 – 2012

Table 224 Qatar Qtel fixed-line subscribers and ARPU 2007 – 2012

Table 225 Qatar Qtel mobile subscribers 2008 – 2012

Table 226 Qatar Qtel wireless broadband subscribers and ARPU 2010 2012

Table 227 Qatar Qtel prepaid subscribers 2000 – 2012

Table 228 Qatar Qtel mobile postpaid and prepaid ARPU 2007 – 2012

Table 229 Qatar Qtel consumer market mobile broadband offerings November 2012

Table 230 Qatar Vodafone Qatar subscribers and ARPU 2009 – 2012

Table 231 Qatar Key Internet and broadband statistics 2012

Table 232 Qatar Internet users and penetration 1995 – 2012

Table 233 Qatar Household PC penetration 2007 – 2012

Table 234 Qatar International Internet bandwidth 2003 – 2011

Table 235 Qatar Fixed broadband subscribers 2002 – 2012

Table 236 Qatar Forecast broadband subscribers 2015; 2020

Table 237 Qatar Key mobile statistics 2012

Table 238 Qatar Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 1995 – 2012

Table 239 Qatar mobile technologies and subscribers by operator June 2012

Table 240 Qatar Mobile operators’ market share 2009 – 2012

Table 241 Qatar Active mobile broadband subscriptions 2008 – 2012

Table 242 Saudi Arabia Key national statistics 2011

Table 243 Saudi Arabia GDP growth and inflation 2005 – 2011

Table 244 Saudi Arabia IT market revenue 2006 – 2015

Table 245 Saudi Arabia Fixed-lines in service and teledensity 1996 – 2012

Table 246 Saudi Arabia Mobile, fixed-line and total telecoms services revenue 2001 – 2010

Table 247 Saudi Arabia STC Group revenue and profit 2005 2011

Table 248 Saudi Arabia Bravo financial data 2007 2011

Table 249 Saudi Arabia Bravo subscribers and ARPU 2007 2011

Table 250 Saudi Arabia Zain revenue and profit, 2008 2011

Table 251 Saudi Arabia Zain ARPU 2008 2011

Table 252 Saudi Arabia Zain active subscribers 2008 – 2011

Table 253 Saudi Arabia Zain prepaid subscribers 2008 – 2011

Table 254 Saudi Arabia Mobily revenue and profit 2006 – 2011

Table 255 Saudi Arabia Key Internet and broadband statistics 2011

Table 256 Saudi Arabia Internet users and penetration estimates 1995 – 2011

Table 257 Saudi Arabia Household PC penetration 2002 – 2011

Table 258 Saudi Arabia Broadband subscribers and household penetration 2001 – 2011

Table 259 Saudi Arabia Total mobile broadband subscriptions 2009 – 2011

Table 260 Saudi Arabia Forecast broadband subscribers 2015; 2020

Table 261 Saudi Arabia Key mobile statistics 2011

Table 262 Saudi Arabia Mobile subscribers and penetration 1995 – 2012

Table 263 Saudi Arabia Mobile technologies and subscribers by operator September 2011

Table 264 Saudi Arabia Major mobile operators’ market shares 2008 – 2011

Table 265 Saudi Arabia Prepaid subscribers 2002 – 2011

Table 266 Syria Key telecom parameters 2010; 2012

Table 267 Syria Key national statistics 2011

Table 268 Syria GDP growth and inflation 2005 – 2011

Table 269 Syria Fixed-lines in service and teledensity 1995 – 2012

Table 270 Syria Syriatel revenue by segment 2008 – 2011

Table 271 Syria Syriatel net profit 2005 – 2011

Table 272 Syria MTN Syria operational data 2003 – 2012

Table 273 Syria MTN Syria revenue 2009 – 2011

Table 274 Syria Key Internet and broadband statistics 2012

Table 275 Syria Internet user and penetration rate 1999 – 2012

Table 276 Syria Fixed Internet subscribers and penetration rate 1999 – 2012

Table 277 Syria Household PC penetration 2002 – 2012

Table 278 Syria International Internet bandwidth 2004 2011

Table 279 Syria Fixed broadband subscribers 2004 – 2012

Table 280 Syria Forecast broadband subscribers 2012, 2015; 2020

Table 281 Syria Key mobile statistics 2012

Table 282 Syria Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 1999 – 2012

Table 283 Syria Active mobile broadband subscriptions 2009 – 2012

Table 284 Turkey Key telecom parameters 2010; 2012

Table 285 Turkey Key national statistics 2012

Table 286 Turkey GDP growth and inflation 2005 – 2013

Table 287 Turkey Telecoms revenue and investment 2004 – 2012

Table 288 Turkey Fixed-lines in service and teledensity 1995 – 2012

Table 289 Turkey Turk Telekom Revenue, profit and EBITDA 2007 – 2012

Table 290 Turkey Turk Telekom fixed-line revenue, EBITDA, PSTN, ARPU 2007 – 2012

Table 291 Turkey Turk Telekom ADSL ARPU and % of total fixed-line revenue 2007 – 2012

Table 292 Turkey Turkcell group financial data 2005 – 2012

Table 293 Turkey Turkcell mobile Internet revenue 2009 – 2012

Table 294 Turkey Turkcell mobile broadband revenue 2012

Table 295 Turkey Turkcell average monthly MOU and churn 2001 – 2012

Table 296 Turkey Turkcell average monthly ARPU pre and postpaid 2001 – 2012

Table 297 Turkey Turkcell prepaid subscribers 2001 – 2012

Table 298 Turkey Turkcell smartphone penetration 2012

Table 299 Turkey Superonline financial data 2009 – 2012

Table 300 Turkey Superonline FttX homes passed and subscribers 2011 – 2012

Table 301 Turkey D-Smart subscribers 2007 – 2012

Table 302 Turkey Vodafone prepaid subscribers 2006 – 2012

Table 303 Turkey Vodafone pre and postpaid ARPU 2006 – 2012

Table 304 Turkey Avea revenue and EBITDA 2007 – 2012

Table 305 Turkey Avea prepaid, postpaid and blended ARPU and blended MOU 2007 – 2012

Table 306 Turkey Avea prepaid subscribers 2007 – 2012

Table 307 Turkey Key Internet and broadband statistics 2012

Table 308 Turkey Internet user and penetration rate 1998 – 2012

Table 309 Turkey ISP market share June 2012

Table 310 Turkey Internet activities by Internet users January – March 2012

Table 311 Turkey Broadband subscribers and penetration 2001 – 2012

Table 312 Turkey Broadband subscribers by access technology 2004 – 2012

Table 313 Turkey Fixed broadband subscriptions by speed June 2012

Table 314 Turkey Forecast broadband subscribers 2015; 2020

Table 315 Turkey Electronic signatures in use June 2012

Table 316 Turkey Satellite pay TV subscribers per operator 2010 – 2012

Table 317 Turkey Audience share by channel 2011

Table 318 Turkey Key mobile statistics June 2012

Table 319 Turkey Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 1995 – 2012

Table 320 Turkey 2G and 3G subscribers 2009 2012

Table 321 Turkey Mobile technologies and subscribers by operator June 2012

Table 322 Turkey Mobile subscribers by operator 2007 – 2012

Table 323 Turkey Mobile broadband subscribers 2012

Table 324 Turkey Mobile Internet subscribers 2010 – 2012

Table 325 Turkey Ratio of prepaid to postpaid subscribers 2000 – 2012

Table 326 Turkey Mobile telecom revenue 2004 – 2011

Table 327 Turkey Mobile operators’ market share 2007 2012

Table 328 Turkey Mobile revenue per service type per operator March June 2012

Table 329 Turkey ARPU levels per operator 2011 – 2012

Table 330 Turkey Forecast mobile subscribers 2012;2015; 2020

Table 331 Turkey Numbers of SMS and MMS sent 2004 – 2012

Table 332 UAE Key telecom parameters 2010; 2013

Table 333 UAE Key national statistics 2012

Table 334 UAE GDP growth and inflation 2005 – 2013

Table 335 UAE Total telecommunications revenue by sector 2007 – 2011

Table 336 UAE Total domestic and international voice revenue 2008 – 2011

Table 337 UAE Average monthly spend on fixed services October 2012

Table 338 UAE International outgoing traffic 2008 – 2011

Table 339 UAE International outgoing revenue 2008 – 2011

Table 340 UAE Total fixed voice minutes and Monthly MOU 2008 – 2011

Table 341 UAE Total annual fixed voice minutes breakdown 2008 – 2011

Table 342 UAE Fixed-lines in service and teledensity 1995 – 2013

Table 343 UAE Reasons for not having a Fixed-line at home October 2012

Table 344 UAE Reasons for cancelling Fixed-line at home October 2012

Table 345 UAE Total fixed network revenue and ARPU 2007 – 2011

Table 346 UAE Etisalat Group revenues and divisional representation 2005 – 2012

Table 347 UAE Etisalat fixed subscribers and ARPU 2010 – 2012

Table 348 UAE Etisalat fixed broadband subscribers 2010 – 2012

Table 349 UAE Etisalat e-life subscribers 2010 – 2012

Table 350 UAE Etisalat prepaid subscribers 2010 – 2012

Table 351 UAE Etisalat mobile subscribers and Blended ARPU 2010 – 2012

Table 352 UAE Etisalat consumer market mobile broadband offerings January 2013

Table 353 UAE Du revenue and profit/loss 2006 – 2012

Table 354 UAE Du fixed-line subscribers 2007 – 2012

Table 355 UAE Du fixed-line subscribers breakdown September 2012

Table 356 UAE Du IPTV subscribers 2008 – 2012

Table 357 UAE Du Mobile subscribers and ARPU 2010 – 2012

Table 358 UAE Du Mobile minutes of use (MOU) 2010 – 2012

Table 359 UAE Du consumer market mobile broadband offerings January 2013

Table 360 UAE Key Internet and subscriber statistics 2013

Table 361 UAE Internet user and penetration 1995 – 2013

Table 362 UAE Internet subscribers and penetration by operator 2000 – 2013

Table 363 UAE Home Internet subscriptions by type October 2012

Table 364 UAE Home Internet subscriptions by speed October 2012

Table 365 UAE Internet and broadband subscribers by access method 2008 – 2011

Table 366 UAE Residential and business Internet and broadband subscribers 2007 – 2011

Table 367 UAE Internet access locations October 2012

Table 368 UAE Reasons for not having an Internet connection at home October 2012

Table 369 UAE Total Internet revenue and Internet ARPU 2007 – 2011

Table 370 UAE Residential and business ARPU 2008 – 2011

Table 371 UAE Broadband subscribers and penetration 2008 – 2013

Table 372 UAE Broadband ARPU 2007 – 2011

Table 373 UAE Forecast broadband subscribers 2013, 2015; 2020

Table 374 UAE Online activity by individuals October 2012

Table 375 UAE Home Internet package distribution October 2012

Table 376 UAE Key mobile statistics 2013

Table 377 UAE Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 1995 – 2013

Table 378 UAE Prepaid mobile subscribers 2005 – 2013

Table 379 UAE Prepaid vs postpaid revenue 2008 2011

Table 380 UAE Mobile operators’ market share 2007 – 2012

Table 381 UAE Total mobile voice minutes and Monthly MOU 2008 2011

Table 382 UAE Total annual mobile voice minutes breakdown 2008 – 2011

Table 383 UAE Average monthly spend on mobile services October 2012

Table 384 UAE Mobile services usage by frequency of use October 2012

Table 385 UAE Multiple SIM card ownership reasons October 2012

Table 386 UAE Reasons for having a postpaid mobile connection October 2012

Table 387 UAE Reasons for having a prepaid mobile connection October 2012

Table 388 UAE Mobile application usage 2012

Table 389 UAE Total mobile revenue and ARPU 2007 – 2011

Table 390 UAE Numbers of SMS and MMS sent 2007 – 2011

Table 391 Yemen Key telecom parameters 2010; 2012

Table 392 Yemen Key national statistics 2011

Table 393 Yemen GDP growth and inflation 2005 – 2013

Table 394 Yemen Fixed-lines in service and teledensity 1995 – 2012

Table 395 Yemen SabaFon subscribers and market share 2004 – 2012

Table 396 Yemen MTN subscribers 2004 – 2012

Table 397 Yemen MTN ARPU per month 2003 – 2012

Table 398 Yemen Key Internet and broadband statistics 2012

Table 399 Yemen Internet user and penetration estimates 1997 – 2012

Table 400 Yemen Households with Internet access 2004 – 2012

Table 401 Yemen Household PC penetration 2005 – 2012

Table 402 Yemen International Internet bandwidth 2005 2011

Table 403 Yemen Fixed broadband subscribers 2005 2012

Table 404 Yemen Forecast broadband subscribers 2012, 2015; 2020

Table 405 Yemen Key mobile statistics 2012

Table 406 Yemen Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 1998 – 2012

Table 407 Yemen Prepaid subscribers 2007 2012

Table 408 Yemen Forecast mobile subscribers in Yemen 2012; 2020

Table 409 Yemen Total SMS messages sent 2007 – 2012

Chart 1 Bahrain Fixed-line and mobile subscribers 2002 2012

Chart 2 Bahrain Internet Subscribers and Users in Bahrain 2002 – 2012

Chart 3 Bahrain Fixed-line and mobile subscribers 2002 2012

Chart 4 Egypt Fixed-lines in service and teledensity 2000 – 2012

Chart 5 Egypt Internet users and penetration rate 2002 – 2012

Chart 6 Egypt Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 2002 – 2012

Chart 7 Iran Fixed-line and mobile subscribers 2002 2012

Chart 8 Iran Fixed-line and mobile subscribers 2002 2012

Chart 9 Iraq Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2003 – 2012

Chart 10 Iraq Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2003 – 2012

Chart 11 Israel Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2003 – 2013

Chart 12 Israel Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2003 – 2013

Chart 13 Jordan Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2002 – 2012

Chart 14 Jordan Internet subscribers and users 2000 – 2012

Chart 15 Jordan Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2002 – 2012

Chart 16 Kuwait Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 2012

Chart 17 Kuwait Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 2012

CChart 18 Lebanon Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 2012

Chart 19 Oman Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 – 2012

Chart 20 Oman Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 – 2012

Chart 21 Qatar Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 – 2012

Chart 22 Qatar Internet subscribers and users 2000 2011

Chart 23 Qatar Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 – 2012

Chart 24 Saudi Arabia Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 2012

Chart 25 Saudi Arabia Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 2012

Chart 26 Syria Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2002 2012

Chart 27 Syria Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2002 2012

Chart 28 Turkey Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 2012

Chart 29 Turkey Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 2012

Chart 30 UAE Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 – 2013

Chart 31 UAE Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 – 2013

Chart 32 Yemen Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 2012

Chart 33 Yemen Fixed-line vs mobile subscribers 2000 2012

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