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Africa and Middle East Telecoms Market Opportunities 2009 Wallchart :: Mobile Penetration :: Net Additions :: GDP (4Q 2008)
Blycroft's 'Africa and Middle East Telecoms Market Opportunities 2009' Wallchart measures a chunky 835 mm x 600 mm and is the perfect aid for marketers sizing-up where to focus their efforts in Africa and the Middle East.
Its unique 'side-by-side' format allows you to see at-a-glance mobile penetration, net subscriber additions and GDP nation-by-nation across the continent.
In addition, it graphically illustrates where the major groups are currently focusing with six operator maps showing the scope of operations for Vodafone/Vodacom, Zain, MTN, Orange, Millicom and Etisalat.
This unique 'at-a-glance' format allows you to immediately see where the 'big boys' are clustered, and where they are likely to be considering expanding ther coverage. If Zain is to jettison its African holdings, who are the likely successors-in-title? What properties is Vivendi likely to acquire and how will it affect the existing 'power balance' of the major groups? More critically, which developing markets are up for grabs?
Plus it provides in an easy-to-use table of subscriber numbers for operator-by-operator state-by-state for 4Q 2008. This data is extracted from 'Africa & Middle East Telecom-Week's mobile operator database which is updated daily by an experienced team of researchers who have been monitoring the market since the lauch of the title in February 2000. This is a truely comprehensive and exhaustive market data resource which allows you to immediately see who is the dominant operator; who is struggling or who has just got a toe-hole in the market.
See how the battle between CDMA and GSM technologies is fairing in Nigeria; how much of the market Zain scooped in Saudi Arabia in its first few months from launch, and much more!