Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) August 04, 2013
South Korea is one of the most advanced markets in the world and is often used as a reference point to determine the direction of other developed markets. The rapid migration of subscribers from 3G to LTE shows the country to be at the forefront of adopting new technologies. By the end of 2013, the number of LTE subscriptions will pass 20mn and may even outnumber 3G by 2014. There is a dwindling population still using 2G services but the report expect this to end by 2015.
This has perhaps caused a slowdown of fixed broadband connections, while growth in VoIP is mitigating the loss of PTSN fixed voice connections. With plans to launch LTE Advanced in September 2013, the South Korean market shows just how much demand for data is driving revenues.
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Indonesia’s telecoms market presents good growth opportunities due to its large and youthful population and extremely low broadband penetration rate. While the mobile industry generates low ARPUs in light of consumers’ preference for prepaid subscriptions, and strong competition among operators and from alternatives such as fixed-wireless technologies, operators are stepping up efforts to grow the nascent 3G market. However, although mobile data/VAS revenues are increasing, this is being offset by declining voice revenue.
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The Iraqi mobile sector still has plenty of potential for growth over the next five years as it looks to recover from a disappointing performance in 2011. 2012 and Q113 returned the country to significant net additions, a product of three strong telecoms operators in the market. Report believes this was able to mask the continued muted growth in the country’s fixed-line and broadband sectors. Further giving impetus to the mobile industry is the prospect of 3G licences being awarded by end-2013, which should benefit consumers and the broader economy by allowing for the introduction of important services such as mobile banking. Although 4G was launched in Iraq during the quarter and do not believe this will have an impact on our mobile broadband forecasts.
The mobile market grew by 12.5% y-o-y in Q113, up from 7.1% in Q112 and slightly up from 10.4% in Q111. This report forecast the sector to grow by an average of 6.1% per annum between 2013 and 2017.
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