Dallas, TX -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/13/2014 -- MarketReportsOnline.com adds "Zimbabwe - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband" report to its research store.
Booming mobile and broadband market following economic liberalization
This annual report provides a comprehensive overview of trends and developments in Zimbabwe’s telecommunications market. Subjects covered include:
- The impact of the economic and political crisis;
- Key statistics;
- Market and industry overviews;
- Government policies affecting the telecoms industry;
- Market liberalisation and regulatory issues;
- Telecoms operators – privatisation, acquisitions, new licences;
- Major players (fixed, mobile and broadband);
- Infrastructure development;
- Mobile voice and data markets;
- Average Revenue per User (ARPU);
- Convergence (voice/data, fixed/wireless/mobile);
- Internet and broadband development and growth, including 3G mobile;
- Broadband services and pricing trends.
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Zimbabwe’s economy is recovering from a decade of recession under gross mismanagement by its political leaders. The country’s telecom industry has been booming since the government finally allowed foreign currencies as alternative legal tender, which had already been the unofficial fuel of the local economy for years. Mobile penetration has increased more than seven-fold within four years and broke the 100% penetration barrier in 2013 on the back of 3G mobile broadband subscriptions.
Hundreds of millions of US dollars are being invested into the three mobile networks – Econet, NetOne and Telecel Zimbabwe. The normalisation of Zimbabwe’s economy is reflected in the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) forecast of continuous annual GDP growth at around 4% from 2014 onwards.
NetOne’s parent, TelOne (formerly PTC) still holds a de-facto monopoly on fixed-line services in the country. The government is planning to privatise up to 60% of TelOne and NetOne, either through an IPO or a strategic partnership with a foreign investor. TelOne has been awarded the country’s fourth mobile licence but hasn’t launched a service yet.
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Limitations of international bandwidth for the landlocked country have held back development of the internet and broadband sector, but this has changed since fibre optic links to several submarine cables have been established via neighbouring countries. Massive expansion of 3G mobile broadband services across the country has meant that more than half of the population now has access to the internet. The first commercial LTE services were launched in 2013.
- Booming mobile and broadband market;
- Hundreds of millions of US dollars in network expansions;
- TelOne, NetOne privatisation planned;
- Fourth mobile licence in waiting.
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Companies covered in this report:
TelOne; NetOne; Econet; Telecel; TeleAccess; Afritell; Liquid Telecom; DataOne; Powertel Communications; Telco Internet; Broadlands Networks; Aquiva; Africa Online; ComOne; Ecoweb; iWay Africa (MWEB); Zimbabwe Online (ZOL); Zimbabwe Internet Service Provider Association (ZISPA); Telecontract; Dandemutande (uMax); Aptics.
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