Posts Tagged ‘Arab Advisors Group’


Screenshot A new Arab Advisors Group’s survey of cellular users in Egypt reveals insightful details on the Smartphones adoption and usage patterns. Egypt Smartphone survey follows the five Smartphone survey reports concluded in Jordan, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Lebanon.   The Arab Advisors Group concluded a survey of cellular users in Egypt probing ...
Screenshot A new Arab Advisors Group’s survey of Jordan's Internet users revealed that over 15% of Internet users in the country are also e-commerce users. The Arab Advisors Group estimates the number of Jordan Internet users who use e-commerce to be more than 181,000 which is around 3.0% of the total population in Jordan. These e-commerce users have...
Screenshot The Arab World boasts close to 24 million broadband Internet users and hosts 474 Free to Air satellite channels. Close to 500 sr. executives will attend Arab Advisors Group’s Sixth Annual Media and Telecommunications Convergence Conference 2009 to discuss market trends/growth strategies, and the boundaries between media and telecom operators. ...
Screenshot A new report from Arab Advisors Group analyzes the UAE’s Internet and data-communications market. The country, a regional leader in advanced services adoption, is on track for more growth especially as the market entered a competitive stage.   The UAE's telecommunications market was officially closed to all but Etisalat, which has been the t...
Screenshot   A new report from Arab Advisors Group analyzes the cellular tariffs for 46 cellular operators in 19 Arab countries. Operators in Lebanon have the highest average cost of prepaid cellular minutes in the Arab World while those in Morocco have the highest average cost of postpaid cellular minutes. Egypt and Yemen offer the lowest average cellula...
Screenshot   The Arab Advisors Group analyzed the ownership structure and revenues of all fixed PSTN line and cellular operators in sixteen Arab countries. The analysis aimed at examining the "actual" level of privatization and state ownership in each country measured by the proportionate share of each operator of total market revenues. The analysis also ...
Screenshot Arab Advisors Group has analyzed recently the ADSL rates in nineteen Arab countries. Iraq and Mauritania have the highest ADSL fees, while Egypt and Algeria have the lowest fees. When rates are analyzed in relation to GDP per capita in each country, the GCC countries and Libya lead the pack. ADSL remains the prevailing Internet broadband technol...
Screenshot As The Kuwaiti cellular market awaits the launch of the third mobile operator Viva  by the end of 2008. A new report from Arab Advisors Group titled "Kuwait Communications Projections Report ", projects cellular subscribers to grow at a CAGR of 9.4% from 2008 to 2012, reaching 4.37 million and a penetration rate of 97.2%. Kuwait’s telecom mark...
Screenshot Press Release from Arab Advisors Group Edited by AC. The entrance of a fourth cellular operator in December 2007 has enhanced growth and competition in the Yemeni cellular market. A new report from Arab Advisors Group analyzes the Yemeni communications markets. عرض خريطة بحجم أكبر Yemen’s Ministry of Telecommunicatio...
Screenshot A new Arab Advisors Group major survey of Internet users in Tunisia revealed that 36.4% of Internet users in Tunisia use e-commerce. Based on the survey results, the Arab Advisors Group estimates that Tunisia’s Internet users spent US$ 132.7 million during the past 12 months in e-commerce transactions. The survey report, Tunisia Internet users...
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