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Doubts becoming widespread re mobile penetration number

When we started the indicators work in 2006, we thought we’d be able to crack the problem of defining the mobile customer.   We did not.   The end result is the we not longer report “mobile/100 people,” preferring instead the more accurate term, “Mobile SIMs/100.”   The Arab Advisors Group has reached a similar conclusion.   Their recommendations […]

Jordan remains most competitive market in Mid-East

The Arab Advisors Group has devised “Cellular Competition Intensity Index” to rate and properly assess the intensity level of competition in the Arab World’s cellular markets.It has found Jordan maintains top rank followed by Iraq, which impressively jumped to the second rank. Meanwhile on the opposite extreme, Qatar -the last cellular monopoly market in the Arab World- […]

The bounty of sensible regulation in Africa and Middle East

Arab Mobile Phone Subscriptions Jump 70% in 2005 Source: www.cellular-news.com/story/18589.php The number of mobile phone subscriptions in the Arab world has grown by a whopping 70 percent in 2005, underlining a strong consumer demand coupled by increased liberalization and competition in Arab telecom markets, according to a recently published Madar Research study. The study also […]

NEWS RELEASE: Pakistan leads in providing regulatory services on-line

Colombo, Sri Lanka, 19 December 2005: A survey of the websites of National Telecommunication Regulatory Authorities in the Asia Pacific region has revealed that six countries – Australia, Hong Kong, Jordan, Malaysia, Pakistan and Singapore – stand above the rest, with Pakistan leading. The research was conducted by LIRNEasia, and supported by the International Development […]

Do Policy & Regulation Matter?

Nov 17, 2005, infoDev session, organized in partnership with IDRC    A panel of distinguished experts responded to this broad question dealing with what role policymakers and regulators can play in balancing the public interest and fostering a flexible environment for ICT innovations. Rohan Samarajiva’s response is available as a video. [please allow file to load […]

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