African Telecoms and Internet Markets - Part 2: Central Africa (Sept. 2008)
Telecoms and Internet Reports
Document type: Report
Publication date: 1 September 2008
Number of pages: 164
Balancing Act’s "African Telecoms and Internet Market’s Part 2: Central Africa" provides a detailed description of these eight markets which include: Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo-Brazzaville, DRC, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Sao Tome and Principe.
The report is 151 pages long and has 33 tables, 7 charts, 2 graphics and full page maps illustrating GSM coverage and networks in each country. It also includes a spreadsheet that summarises data from 2005 and 2008.
The report opens with an overview of data and significant trends across all eight countries. This includes comparisons of growth in different countries for both mobile and Internet subscribers and chart of operators in different countries.
As with all reports in the African Telecoms and Internet Markets series, it opens with two introductory pieces that look at recent trends in the market across Africa. The first of these contributions - Chinese-supplied CDMA 2000 becomes hybrid convergence challenger for African operators – looks at CDMA 2000 is becoming both a fixed line substitute and a disruptive technology. The second contribution - Mobile operator and ISP loyalty programmes – An idea whose time has come – examines loyalty programmes and argues that as market become more saturated, operators may need to use these programmes to retain high-value customers.
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