Telecom service revenue in Poland will remain under pressure this year, but will return to growth in 2018.
Every telecom service provider understands the importance of service innovative.
While telecoms revenue is expected to dip in Mexico for 2017, down 6.8 percent on 2016 to $16.9bn, between now and 2022 it will be one of the fastest growing markets in Latin America.
Mobile data revenue in Belgium is growing quickly and telcos are rushing to increase 4G investments to cover black spots and rural areas as a result.
The Central African Republic has been plagued by internal conflict over the past few years.
Telcos in Italy are going to be squeezed by increased competition in coming years.
The Israeli telecom market is saturated and growth has been slow in this mature and developed market.
Total mobile data traffic in France will advance due to the increase in data-intensive applications, such as video, web browsing, social networking and M2M, among others.
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)’s telecom market has been hit by many problems.
Over the past 20 years, mobile operators have been prone to over hyping network performance and turning technological advancements into marketing-speak.
Smartphone sales are slowing around the world and Europe is no exception.
More and more people are using their devices to access the internet rather than make traditional phone calls, and Ghana is no exception.
Telecoms companies in sub-Saharan Africa have traditionally focused on voice and data connectivity but are increasingly expanding to offer wider IT services.
Mobile networks are based upon tangible, hard infrastructure.
Telecoms giant BT will be forced to pay a £42m fine — more than 10 times the previous industry record — for regulatory breaches.
Equatorial Guinea is one of the smallest telecoms markets in Western Africa, but is set to grow faster than most over the next five years.
Competition is set to intensify in the Italian telecom market following the launch of Wind Tre and Iliad’s upcoming market entry.
With revenue of $7.2bn in 2016, the Colombian telecom and pay-TV markets were the fifth-largest in Latin America, and are one of the fastest growing in the region, just behind Mexico, Uruguay and Bolivia.