Tweet BOSTON -- Algeria is set to become more competitive as 3G is introduced in and expected regulatory changes allow number portability and local loop unbundling, according to a new report from Pyramid Research www. Government Nationalizing Djezzy, Broadband Revenue to Soar as 3G About to Be Introduced offers a precise profile of the country's telecommunications, media and technology sectors based on proprietary data from Pyramid's research in the market.
Email The imminent transfer of Algeria's telecoms services from state to private ownership is keenly anticipated. During the build-up to final roll-out revenues are expected to show substantial growth. The Arab Advisors Group has issued a report on this exciting issue.
A new report from Arab Advisors Group fully analyses the Algerian communications markets. The Telecommunication Law of August set the rules for enabling competition, and created a regulatory authority in charge of regulating the Algerian telecoms sector.
Previously, the Ministry of Post and Telecommunication was both the operating and regulatory entity in Algeria with respect to telecommunication services.
Procedures have still not been finalised and the tender has still not launched but the process is expected to take place over the next twelve months.
The Algerian regulator has, however, recently announced that the process has arrived at a point of maturity and the file is currently with the hands of the Algerian government. A new report, Algeria Communications Projections Report, has now been released to Arab Advisors Group's strategic research service subscribers.
Their report also provides five-year historical and five-year projections for many telecom and demographic indicators in the country. In the meantime, it is possible to contact the Arab Advisors Group to obtain a copy of the report's table of contents.
Arab Advisors Group makes no secret of its support for privatization: As such the partial privatisation will have a positive impact on the growth of the fixed and mobile market in the following years, with increased investment in the segments," comments Jawad Abbassi, Founder and General Manager of Arab Advisors Group.
The fixed line network has a relatively low penetration rate, which reached 9.
The total number of fixed line subscribers reached 3.Algeria: Government Nationalizing Djezzy, Broadband Revenue to Soar as 3G About to Be Introduced is part of Pyramid Research's Africa and the Middle .
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Algeria surpassed the % penetration mark for the first time in , with m mobile accounts among a population of m.
Algeria trails neighbouring Morocco, which had a % mobile penetration rate in for a similar population size and a smaller economy. With a mobile penetration of close to 90% and fixed-line penetration of around 10% in early , Algeria has one of the highest teledensities in Africa.
Its r. "Despite its history, we foresee change in Algeria translating into a per cent revenue growth rate between and for broadband internet," Hosni added. Dubai: Algeria, which so far has not been affected by the turmoil that has rocked its North African neighbours, could be on the verge of taking a major leap in its telecom space.
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