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Africa – Mobile Broadband, Data and Mobile Media Market

 

Africa – Mobile Broadband, Data and Mobile Media Market

 

[17-September-2012]

 

    NEW YORK, Sept. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Africa – Mobile Broadband, Data and Mobile Media Market

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African mobile operators make up to 30% of their revenues with non-voice servicesWherever 3G mobile broadband services are deployed in sub-Saharan Africa, they quickly take over as the preferred means of access to the internet, provided that a suitable backbone network is in place. DSL services offered by national telcos on their typically underdeveloped fixed-line networks are quickly reduced to niche market status, as are most traditional ISPs reselling these services or offering their own wireless access.

The extensive national network infrastructure of the mobile operators and their large user bases for voice services place them in a dominant market position for data services as well. The additional revenue is welcome in an environment of shrinking average revenue per user (ARPU) in the mobile voice market.

In many countries in the region, national fibre backbone networks are being rolled out, and new international submarine fibre optic cables along the continent’s East and West coast are providing the bandwidth needed to connect millions to the internet, at much lower cost than previously when satellites were the only option. In many cases the mobile operators are building their own fibre backbones under converged licensing regimes.

North Africa has traditionally been in a slightly better position in terms of fixed networks, but even here mobile broadband is quickly outgrowing other access methods. Mobile broadband prices are often comparable to fixed broadband offerings or at least not far behind. In Morocco, Africa’s most penetrated DSL market with some of the lowest prices on the continent, 3G mobile broadband jumped from virtually zero to over 40% of all connections within two years after launch and made up more than 80% by mid-2012.

Using dual carrier DC-HSPA+ technology, up to 42Mb/s are currently being offered by 3G mobile operators in Africa. The continents first commercial LTE 4G networks have been launched in Angola, Namibia, Mauritius and Tanzania, with South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya and Egypt expected to follow soon. Problems with frequency spectrum allocation have delayed commercial LTE services in some countries.

The arrival of low-cost smartphones, locally manufactured in Ethiopia for example, has lowered the barrier of entry to the internet market for African consumers. South Africas leading operator Vodacom has seen the number of smartphones on its network grow at almost twice the rate of 3G USB modems, reaching a combined total of more than six million or 20% of the subscriber base in early 2012. Average smartphone data usage almost doubled in the past year to reach 92MB per month.The highest number of active mobile broadband subscriptions as a percentage of the population is found in Ghana, at 23% in early 2012.

Mobile broadband and data services also make a significant contribution to the revenues of African cellcos. Leading operator Safaricom in Kenya made almost 30% of its revenue with non-voice services in 2011/12. More than half of this was generated by its tremendously successful M-Pesa mobile banking service, with the other half roughly evenly split between SMS and mobile broadband.

In the continent’s most advanced markets, m-commerce, mobile content, applications and media have reached a level of development that is beginning to foster an associated advertising and marketing industry.

Market highlights:

UMTS-based 3G mobile networks have been launched in more than half of all African countries;Most operators have included High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) 3.5G mobile broadband in their service offerings, providing up to 42Mb/s;Commercial LTE 4G services have been launched in four countries, with trials of the technology ongoing in several others;Another 3G technology, CDMA2000 1x EV-DO has been deployed in around 30 African countries, offering up to 3Mb/s;There are significantly more 3G mobile broadband users than DSL subscribers in key African markets;New international fibre optic cables and national backbone networks support broadband growth;African mobile operators make up to 30% of their revenues with non-voice services;Mobile data services have helped to reverse declining average revenue per user (ARPU);The M-Pesa mobile banking service in Kenya carries about 20% of the countrys entire GDP.Data in this report is the latest available at the time of preparation and may not be for the current year.

1. Mobile Broadband Penetration2. Algeria2.1 Market Overview2.2 Mobile statistics2.3 Regulatory issues2.3.1 Registration of subscriber details2.4 Wireless broadband2.4.1 WiMAX and WiFi2.4.2 EV-DO2.5 Mobile broadband2.6 Broadband via satellite2.7 Forecast – mobile subscribers – 2013; 20163. Angola3.1 Market Overview3.1.1 Third generation (3G) mobile data services3.1.2 Satellite mobile3.2 Forecast mobile market – 2013; 20164. Benin4.1 Market Overview4.1.1 Mobile statistics4.1.2 EV-DO4.1.3 WiMAX4.1.4 WiFi4.1.5 3G and 4G5. Botswana5.1 Market Overview5.1.1 Mobile statistics5.2 Wireless broadband5.3 WiMAX5.3.1 Orange Livebox5.3.2 Netspread5.4 Third generation (3G)6. Burkina Faso6.1 Market Overview6.1.1 Mobile statistics6.1.2 EV-DO6.1.3 WiMAX6.1.4 Broadband via satellite6.1.5 Third generation (3G)7. Burundi7.1 Market Overview7.1.1 Mobile statistics8. Cameroon8.1 Market Overview8.1.1 Mobile statistics8.1.2 Wireless broadband8.1.3 Satellite mobile8.2 Forecasts – mobile market – 2013; 20169. Chad9.1 Market Overview9.1.1 Mobile statistics9.2 Satellite mobile10. Cote d’Ivoire10.1 Market Overview10.1.1 Mobile statistics10.2 WiFi10.3 WiMAX10.4 Mobile data services10.4.1 SMS10.4.2 MMS10.4.3 GPRS/EDGE10.5 Mobile content and applications10.5.1 M-payments10.6 Satellite mobile11. Democratic Republic of Congo11.1 Market Overview11.1.1 Mobile statistics11.1.2 Regulatory issues11.1.3 Mobile data overview12. Djibouti12.1 Market Overview12.1.1 Mobile statistics13. Egypt13.1 Market Overview13.1.1 Telecom Egypt’s mobile deal13.1.2 Third mobile licence13.1.3 Fourth mobile licence13.1.4 Mobile statistics13.2 Regulatory issues13.2.1 Tariffs13.2.2 International gateways13.2.3 Mobile Number Portability (MNP)13.2.4 Registration of user details13.2.5 GPS ban13.3 Wireless broadband13.3.1 WiFi13.3.2 WiMAX13.3.3 CDMA2000 1x EV-DO13.4 Broadband via satellite13.5 Mobile data services13.5.1 SMS13.5.2 MMS13.5.3 WAP13.5.4 GPRS and EDGE13.5.5 Mobile TV13.6 3G mobile broadband13.7 Mobile content and applications13.7.1 Mobile ! banking1 3.8 Forecasts – mobile subscribers 2013; 201614. Eritrea14.1 Market Overview14.1.1 Mobile statistics15. Ethiopia15.1 Market Overview15.1.1 Mobile statistics15.2 Mobile data services15.3 Third generation (3G)15.4 Mobile banking15.5 Satellite mobile15.6 Local handset manufacturing15.7 Smartphones15.8 Forecast – mobile subscribers – 2014; 201716. Gabon16.1 Market Overview16.1.1 Mobile statistics16.2 WiMAX16.3 3G17. Gambia17.1 Market Overview17.1.1 Mobile statistics17.2 Mobile data services17.2.1 SMS17.2.2 MMS17.2.3 GPRS/EDGE17.3 Third generation (3G)17.4 Mobile content and applications17.4.1 Mobile banking17.5 Satellite mobile18. Ghana18.1 Market Overview18.1.1 Mobile statistics18.2 Regulatory issues18.2.1 Licensing18.2.2 Tariffs18.2.3 Interconnect18.2.4 Taxation18.2.5 Mobile Number Portability (MNP)18.2.6 Infrastructure sharing18.2.7 Registration of subscriber details18.3 Mobile data services18.3.1 SMS18.3.2 GPRS, EDGE, WAP18.3.3 BlackBerry18.3.4 Mobile TV18.4 Third generation (3G)18.4.1 Mobile broadband18.5 Mobile content and applications18.5.1 Mobile money transfer18.6 Local handset manufacturing18.7 Satellite mobile18.8 Forecast – mobile market 2014; 201719. Guinea19.1 Market Overview19.1.1 Mobile statistics19.2 Mobile Broadband Overview19.2.1 SchoolWeb WiFi Network 19.2.2 VoIP Internet telephony19.3 Mobile data services19.4 Satellite mobile20. Kenya20.1 Market Overview20.1.1 Mobile statistics20.2 Regulatory issues20.2.1 Interconnection20.2.2 International gateways20.2.3 Mobile Number Portability (MNP)20.2.4 Quality of Service (QoS) control20.2.5 Registration of subscriber details20.2.6 Taxes20.2.7 Tariff regulation20.3 Wireless broadband20.3.1 WiFi20.3.2 WiMAX20.3.3 Mobile data services20.4 Broadband via satellite20.5 Mobile data services20.5.1 SMS20.5.2 MMS20.5.3 GPRS and EDGE20.5.4 BlackBerry20.6 3G20.7 LTE (4G)20.8 Mobile money transfer, m-banking20.8.1 M-Pesa (Safaricom)20.8.2 ZAP (Zain)20.8.3 yuCash (Essar)20.8.4 Orange Money20.8.5 Other services20.9 Mobile TV20.10 Satellite mobile20.11 Fo! recast m obile subscribers – 2013; 201621. Lesotho21.1 Market Overview21.1.1 Mobile statistics21.2 WiMAX21.3 EV-DO21.4 Mobile data services21.5 Third generation (3G) mobile21.6 Satellite mobile22. Liberia22.1 Market Overview22.1.1 Mobile statistics22.2 Regulatory issues22.2.1 Licence reform22.2.2 The Comium-Liberia Act22.2.3 GSM spectrum reallocation22.2.4 Interconnection22.3 Mobile Broadband overview22.4 EV-DO22.5 WiMAX22.6 Mobile data services22.7 Mobile content and applications22.7.1 Agricultural Market Information and Linkage System (AMILS)23. Libya23.1 Market Overview23.1.1 Mobile statistics23.2 Mobile data services23.2.1 SMS23.2.2 MMS23.2.3 GPRS/EDGE23.3 WiMAX23.4 WiFi23.5 Satellite broadband23.6 3G/HSDPA23.7 Mobile TV23.8 Satellite mobile24. Madagascar24.1 Market Overview24.1.1 Mobile statistics24.2 WiMAX24.3 EV-DO24.4 Broadband via satellite24.5 Mobile data services24.6 Third generation (3G)24.7 Mobile money transfer, m-banking24.8 Satellite mobile24.9 Forecasts – mobile market – 2013; 201625. Malawi25.1 Market Overview25.1.1 Mobile statistics25.2 Wireless broadband25.2.1 Broadmax25.2.2 Skyband25.2.3 Globmax25.2.4 eWiMAX25.3 Mobile data services25.4 Third generation (3G)25.5 Forecasts – mobile market – 2013; 201626. Mali26.1 Market Overview26.1.1 Mobile statistics26.2 Third mobile licence26.3 WiMAX26.4 Third generation (3G)26.5 Mobile content and applications26.5.1 M-payments and m-banking27. Mauritius27.1 Market Overview27.1.1 Mobile statistics27.2 WiFi27.3 WiMAX27.3.1 Nomad27.3.2 Other projects27.4 EV-DO27.5 Mobile data services27.6 Third generation (3G)27.7 Mobile broadband pricing27.8 Mobile content and applications27.8.1 Mobile TV27.8.2 Mobile banking27.9 Forecasts – mobile market – 2013; 201628. Morocco28.1 Market Overview28.2 Mobile statistics28.3 3G mobile broadband28.3.1 Inwi (formerly Wana, Maroc Connect)28.3.2 Meditel28.3.3 Maroc Telecom28.4 Broadband via satellite28.5 Mobile data services28.5.1 SMS28.5.2 MMS28.5.3 GPRS28.5.4 Blackberry28.5.5 Mobile TV28.6 Third-generation (3G) mo! bile28.6 .1 Licensing28.6.2 Services28.7 Mobile payments, m-banking28.8 Satellite mobile29. Mozambique29.1 Market Overview29.2 Mobile statistics29.3 Wireless broadband29.3.1 EV-DO29.3.2 WiMAX29.4 Mobile data services29.5 Third generation (3G)29.6 Forecasts – mobile market – 2013; 201630. Namibia30.1 Market Overview30.1.1 The long road to Namibia’s second mobile licence30.1.2 Mobile statistics30.2 Wireless broadband30.3 WiMAX30.4 WiFi30.5 Mobile data services30.5.1 SMS and MMS30.5.2 GPRS/EDGE30.5.3 3G/HSDPA30.5.4 LTE30.5.5 EV-DO30.6 Mobile content and applications30.6.1 Mobile TV30.6.2 Mobile banking30.7 Satellite mobile31. Nigeria31.1 Market Overview31.1.1 Mobile statistics31.2 Regulatory issues31.2.1 GSM licence terms31.2.2 Interconnection31.2.3 Mobile tariffs31.2.4 International gateways31.2.5 Unified licensing regime brings new competition31.2.6 Universal service31.2.7 Mobile number portability31.2.8 Central equipment identity register31.2.9 Poor quality of service31.2.10 Registration of subscriber details31.2.11 Foreign ownership31.3 Wireless broadband31.3.1 Odu’a Telecom31.3.2 Swift Networks31.3.3 Startech Connection31.3.4 Cyberspace Network31.3.5 Nitel31.3.6 Netcom Africa31.3.7 MWEB Nigeria31.3.8 Gateway Communications31.4 WiFi31.4.1 Accelon, Internet Solutions31.4.2 Jigawa Broadband Access Network31.4.3 Polestar/5G WiFi network in Lagos31.4.4 NaijaWiFi31.4.5 Abuja WiFi, WiMAX31.4.6 Enugu31.5 WiMAX31.6 Mobile broadband31.7 Mobile data services31.7.1 SMS31.7.2 MMS31.7.3 GPRS, EDGE31.7.4 WAP31.7.5 CDMA2000 1×31.7.6 BlackBerry31.7.7 Mobile money transfer, m-banking31.8 Mobile TV31.9 3G31.9.1 Licensing31.9.2 Globacom31.9.3 Zain31.9.4 MTN31.9.5 CDMA EV-DO31.10 LTE31.11 Satellite mobile31.12 Forecasts – mobile subscribers – 2013; 201632. Rwanda32.1 Market Overview32.1.1 Mobile statistics32.2 EV-DO32.3 WiMAX, WiBro32.4 WiFi32.5 Mobile data services32.6 Third generation (3G)32.7 Mobile money transfer, m-banking32.8 Forecasts – mobile market – 2013, 201633. Senega! l33.1 Ma rket Overview33.1.1 Mobile statistics33.2 Regulatory issues33.2.1 Mobile number portability (MNP)33.2.2 Registration of customer details33.2.3 Per-second billing (PSB)33.2.4 MVNO licences33.2.5 Millicom licence dispute33.3 WiFi33.4 Mobile data services33.4.1 SMS33.4.2 MMS33.4.3 GPRS and EDGE33.4.4 EV-DO33.4.5 WAP33.4.6 BlackBerry, iPhone33.4.7 Third Generation (3G)33.5 Mobile content and applications33.5.1 Manobi33.5.2 M-payments and m-banking34. Sierra Leone34.1 Market Overview34.1.1 Mobile licensing34.1.2 Mobile statistics34.2 Mobile data services34.3 Mobile content and applications34.3.1 M-payments34.4 Satellite mobile35. Somalia35.1 Market Overview35.1.1 Mobile market36. South Africa36.1 Market Overview36.2 Mobile statistics36.3 Market liberalisation and licence obligations36.4 Community service telephones (CST)36.5 Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC)36.6 Regulatory issues36.6.1 Prices36.6.2 Interconnection36.6.3 Handset subsidies36.6.4 International gateways36.6.5 Fees and obligations for 1800MHz spectrum36.6.6 Registration of subscriber ID36.6.7 Mobile Number Portability (MNP)36.6.8 Quality of service (QoS)36.7 Wireless broadband36.7.1 WiFi36.7.2 WiMAX36.7.3 EV-DO36.7.4 Wireless Access Providers Association (WAPA)36.7.5 MyWireless (Sentech) – decommissioned36.7.6 iBurst (WBS, Blue Label)36.8 3G mobile broadband36.9 Broadband via satellite36.10 Mobile data services36.10.1 Overview36.10.2 Mobile data revenue36.10.3 SMS36.10.4 MMS36.10.5 WAP36.10.6 GPRS36.10.7 EDGE36.10.8 BlackBerry36.11 3G and 3.5G (HSPA)36.11.1 Mobile broadband overview36.11.2 Vodacom36.11.3 MTN36.11.4 Cell C36.11.5 Telkom SA36.12 LTE (4G)36.13 Mobile content and applications36.13.1 Push-to-Talk (PTT)36.13.2 Mobile TV36.13.3 Mobile music36.13.4 CellBook36.13.5 M-commerce36.13.6 Mobile advertising36.13.7 Location-based services (LBS)36.13.8 Manobi36.13.9 Mobile social media36.14 Forecast – mobile subscribers – 2013, 201637. Sudan37.1 Market Overview37.2 Mobile statistics37.3 EV-DO37.4 WiMAX37.5 Broadban! d via sa tellite37.6 Mobile data services37.6.1 SMS and MMS37.6.2 GPRS and EDGE37.7 Third generation (3G)37.8 Mobile content and applications37.8.1 Mobile money transfer37.9 Satellite mobile38. Swaziland38.1 Market Overview38.1.1 Mobile statistics38.2 Third generation (3G)39. Tanzania39.1 Market Overview39.1.1 Mobile statistics39.2 Wireless broadband39.2.1 iBurst39.2.2 EV-DO39.2.3 WiMAX39.3 Mobile data services and pricing39.3.1 Third generation (3G)39.3.2 Blackberry39.3.3 Mobile money transfer, m-banking39.4 Forecasts – mobile market – 2013, 201640. Tunisia40.1 Market Overview40.1.1 Mobile statistics40.2 WiMAX40.3 DSL by satellite40.4 Mobile data services40.4.1 SMS40.4.2 MMS40.4.3 GPRS, EDGE, WAP40.5 Third Generation (3G)40.6 Mobile TV40.7 Satellite mobile41. Uganda41.1 Market Overview41.2 Mobile statistics41.3 WiFi41.4 WiMAX41.5 Mobile data services41.5.1 SMS41.5.2 WAP, GPRS and EDGE41.5.3 MMS41.5.4 BlackBerry41.5.5 Third generation (3G)41.5.6 Mobile TV41.6 Mobile money transfer, m-banking41.6.1 Traditional bank charges and international remittances41.6.2 Regulation41.6.3 MTN Mobile Money41.6.4 ZAP (Zain)41.6.5 M-Sente (UTL)41.6.6 Other services41.7 Forecasts – mobile market 2013; 201642. Zambia42.1 Market Overview42.1.1 Mobile statistics42.2 WiMAX42.3 WiFi42.4 Mobile data services42.5 Third generation (3G)42.6 Mobile content and applications42.6.1 M-payment and m-banking42.7 Local handset manufacturing42.8 Satellite mobile42.9 Forecasts – mobile market – 2013; 201643. Zimbabwe43.1 Market Overview43.1.1 Mobile statistics43.1.2 WiMAX43.1.3 WiFi43.2 Mobile data services43.3 Third generation (3G)43.4 Satellite mobile44. Glossary of AbbreviationsTable 1 – Active mobile broadband penetration in selected African countries – 2009 – 2011Table 2 – Algeria Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 3 – Algeria Forecast mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 4 – Angola Unitel 3G broadband pricing – 2011Table 5 – Angola Forecast mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 6 – Benin Mo! bile sub scribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 7 – Botswana Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 8 – Botswana Mobile subscribers by operator and annual change – September 2010Table 9 – Burkina Faso Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 10 – Burundi Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 11 – Cameroon Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1998 – 2012Table 12 – Cameroon Mobile subscribers by operator and annual change – June 2011Table 13 – Cameroon Forecast mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 14 – Chad Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2000 – 2012Table 15 – Cote D’Ivoire Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2000 – 2012Table 16 – DRC Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 17 – Djibouti Mobile subscribers and penetration – 2000 – 2012Table 18 – Egypt Mobile subscribers and penetration – 2000 – 2012Table 19 – Egypt Forecast – mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 20 –Eritrea Mobile subscribers and penetration – 2004 – 2012Table 21 – Ethiopia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 22 – Ethiopia Broadband pricing comparison – HSDPA, GPRS, EV-DO, ADSL – August 2012Table 23 – Ethiopia Forecast mobile subscribers – 2014; 2017Table 24 – Gabon Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 25 – Gambia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 26 – Ghana Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 27 – Ghana Mobile subscribers by operator and annual change – May 2012Table 28 – Ghana Forecast mobile subscribers – 2014; 2017Table 29 – Guinea Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 30 – Kenya Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 31 – Kenya Mobile subscribers by operator and quarterly change – December 2011Table 32 – Kenya Safaricom voice/data revenue composition and annual growth – 2011Table 33 – Kenya ! Forecast mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 34 – Lesotho Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1997 – 2012Table 35 – Liberia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2001 – 2012Table 36 – Libya Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1998 – 2012Table 37 – Libyana 3G/HSDPA broadband pricing – 2010 – 2012Table 38 – Madagascar Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2000 – 2012Table 39 – Madagascar Forecast – mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 40 – Malawi Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 41 – Malawi Forecast – mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 42 – Mali Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2000 – 2012Table 43 – Mali Mobile operators, subscribers and annual change – June 2011Table 44 – Mauritius Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1995 – 2012Table 45 – Mauritius Orange mobile data/3G broadband post-paid pricing – 2008/09, 2011, 2012Table 46 – Mauritius Emtel mobile data/3G broadband pricing – 2011Table 47 – Mauritius MTML EV-DO mobile broadband pricing – 2012Table 48 – Mauritius Forecast – mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 49 – Morocco Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2000 – 2012Table 50 – Morocco Mobile subscribers by operator, technology and annual change – September 2011Table 51 – Morocco 3G mobile broadband subscribers by operator and market share – September 2011Table 52 – Morocco Meditel 3G+ broadband pricing – 2009 vs 2010Table 53 – Morocco Maroc Telecom 3G broadband pricing – 2009 vs 2010Table 54 – Morocco Maroc Telecom GPRS pricing – July 2010Table 55 – Mozambique Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1997 – 2012Table 56 – Mozambique TDM EV-DO broadband pricing – 2012 vs. 2010Table 57 – Mozambique mCel 3G prepaid pricing – 2010-2012Table 58 – Mozambique Vodacom 3G post-paid pricing – 2010-2012Table 59 – Mozambique Forecast – mobile su! bscriber s – 2013; 2016Table 60 – Namibia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1995 – 2012Table 61 – Namibia Netman 3G mobile broadband pricing – May 2012Table 62 – Namibia Netman 4G mobile broadband pricing – May 2012Table 63 – Nigeria Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1998 – 2012Table 64 – Nigeria Mobile subscribers by operator, technology – December 2011Table 65 – Nigeria Forecast mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 66 – Rwanda Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 67 – Rwanda Mobile subscribers by operator – November 2011Table 68 – Rwanda Forecast mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 69 – Senegal Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2000 – 2012Table 70 – Senegal Mobile subscribers by operator, technology, annual change – June 2011Table 71 – Senegal Orange GPRS/EDGE pricing – 2009; 2010Table 72 – Senegal Expresso EV-DO mobile broadband pricing – 2009; 2010Table 73 – Sierra Leone GSM licences and operations in Sierra Leone – 1998 – 2011Table 74 – Sierra Leone Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2000 – 2012Table 75 – Sierra Leone Zain mobile Internet pricing by data download – January 2010Table 76 – Somalia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2000 – 2012Table 77 – South Africa Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1994 – 2012Table 78 – South Africa Telkom SA WiMAX subscribers – 2008 – 2011Table 79 – South Africa WAPA industry survey – 2006 – 2008Table 80 – South Africa Sentech MyWireless subscribers – 2005 – 2008Table 81 – South Africa iBurst subscribers – 2005 – 2011Table 82 – South Africa Vodacom broadband subscribers – 2006 – 2011Table 83 – South Africa Telkom SA mobile subscribers – 2009 – 2011Table 84 – South Africa Forecast mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 85 – Sudan Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1996 – 2012Table 86 – Sudani mDSL pricing – 2012 vs. 2010Table 87 Sudan i 3G mobile broadband pricing – July 2012Table 88 – Swaziland Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 89 – Tanzania Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Table 90 – Tanzania Mobile subscribers by operator and annual change – September 2011Table 91 – Tanzania Forecast mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 92 – Tunisia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1995 – 2012Table 93 – Uganda Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1996 – 2012Table 94 – Uganda Forecast mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 95 – Zambia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1995 – 2012Table 96 – Zambia Forecast – mobile subscribers – 2013; 2016Table 97 – Zimbabwe Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2012Chart 1 – Algeria Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 2 – Benin Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 3 – Botswana Mobile subscribers in Botswana – 2002 – 2012Chart 4 – Burkina Faso Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 5 – Burundi Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 6 – Cameroon Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 7 – Chad Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 8 – Cote D’Ivoire Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 9 – DRC Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 10 – Djibouti Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 11 – Egypt Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 12 – Eritrea Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2004 – 2012Chart 13 – Ethiopia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 14 – Gabon Mobile subscribers in Gabon – 2002 – 2012Chart 15 – Gambia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 16 – Ghana Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999-2012Char! t 17 – Guinea Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 18 – Kenya Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1999-2012Chart 19 – Lesotho Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 20 – Liberia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 21 – Libya Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 22 – Madagascar Mobile subscribers in Madagascar – 2002 – 2012Chart 23 – Malawi Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 24 – Mali Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 25 – Mauritius Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 26 – Morocco Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 27 – Mozambique Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 28 – Namibia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 29 – Nigeria Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 30 – Rwanda Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 31 – Senegal Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 32 – Sierra Leone Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 33 – Somalia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 34 – South Africa Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 35 – Sudan Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 36 – Swaziland Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 37 – Tanzania Mobile subscribers in Tanzania – 2002 – 2012Chart 38 – Tunisia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 39 – Uganda Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 40 – Zambia Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Chart 41 – – Zimbabwe Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2002 – 2012Exhibit 1 – An analysis of Egypt’s third mobile lice! nce valu ationExhibit 2 – SMS as a weapon against drug counterfeitingExhibit 3 – Texting elephantsExhibit 4 – Job offers by SMS

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