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Africa Ascendant - the last great mobile adventure
The lesser of two evils; or the case for GSM in Africa
Basic challenges for infrastructure in Africa
LTE in Middle East and Africa outstripping the rest of the world
Mobile wars in Africa: is Airtel winning?
Treading carefully? - Glo in Ghana: Launching an MNO from scratch
New growth areas for handsets
Applications in Africa
Banking on the unbanked
The African MVNO - spent force or an idea before its time?
Letting go: deregulation of African telecoms
Risks and realities
Positive prospects in Africa
African Mobile Market Data
About 'Africa & Middle East Telecom-Week'
The Mobile Network Operators Directory 2012: Africa & Middle East
Table of Contents
List of Figures
You will learn...
Why GSM is the dominant mobile technology in Africa...and why CDMA may yet have its time... Why solar is going to be a basic power source for base stations...and how the Chinese are gearing-up to make the most of the opportunities; What makes Africa such an attractive proposition for LTE roll-out... Why Airtel may be struggling in Africa...and why Nigeria may be critical to its success or failure... Vodafone v Orange: how these two major groups have adopted radically different strategies...and which one appears to be winning... What Airtel has learned the hard way about the African mobile user...and why it now needs a new business model. What does Glo has to do to be a success in Ghana...and the size of the mountain it has to climb; Why smartphones are filling a need...but what may be holding back more general adoption; Why Africa has taken to mobile purchasing - far more so than any other world region...and why Africa could be the first post-PC market; What mobile banking has to now do to maintain its momentum across Africa...and what market barriers still exist; Why MVNOs in Africa can still be counted on the fingers of one hand...and how to spot the markets likely to support MVNOs in the future; What the Regulators in Africa can learn from Nigeria...and why South Africa has a key role to play; What makes Botswana one of the better countries to do business with...and why Africa is placed well-ahead of Russia; Why Africa is a pioneer of mobile service delivery...and what it now needs to do to make the most of its bandwidth bonanza... and more, much more!
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List of Charts & Tables
1.1 - Global Mobile Subscribers by Region 4Q 2011
1.2 - Global Mobile Subscriber Regional Change Q-o-Q 3Q 2011 v, 4Q 2011
1.3 - Global Mobile Penetration Q-o-Q 3Q 2011 v, 4Q 2011
2.1 Nigeria GSM v CDMA Subscribers 2007, 2009 & 2011
4.1 LTE Customers in Africa & Middle East to 2015
4.2 Spectrum Market Share 2015
5.1 Spot the difference: Airtel African Mobile Subscribers 4Q 2009 v 4Q 2011
5.2 Nigeria: Airtel Mobile Subscribers 4Q 2009 - 4Q 2011
5.3 Nigeria: Airtel Q-o-Q % change 4Q 2009 - 4Q 2011
6.1 Room for one more? Ghanaian Mobile Subscribers by Operator 4Q 2009 - 4Q 2011
7.1 Nokia still fighting the good fight
7.2 8.1.1 Africa Mobile Subscribers by Region 4Q 2010
8.1.2 Africa Mobile Subscribers Q-o-Q % Change by Region 4Q 2010
8.2.1 Africa Top 20 Mobile Operators 4Q 2010
8.2.2a/b Africa Top 20 Mobile Operators 4Q 2010
8.3.1 Africa Top 20 States by Mobile Subscribers 4Q 2010
8.3.2 Africa Top 20 States by Mobile Subscribers 4Q 2010
8.4 Primary African Mobile Subscriber Markets: Quarterly & Annual Change 4Q 2010
8.5.1 Africa Mobile Penetration 2Q 2011
8.5.2 Africa Mobile Penetration 2Q 2010
8.5.3 Africa Mobile Penetration 2Q 2011 v 2Q 2010
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