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BuddeComm

BuddeComm is an independent telecommunications research and consultancy company, specialising in strategic business reports and operating the largest telecoms research service on the Internet.

The company reports on the forefront of industry developments and actively participates in policy and planning discussions with the ITU and UNESCO.  The company is also working with the governments of a number of countries across Europe, America and the Asia Pacific region on initiatives for the expansion of their telecoms networks.

Renowned for the breadth of research, The company publish over 2,000 reports covering 190 countries, 500 companies and 200 discrete technologies and applications. BuddeComm is the best source of information and research for the emerging markets of Africa, Asia, Middle East, Latin America and Eastern Europe.

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  1. Global Mobile Infrastructure - 5G Activity Escalates Around the World

    142 Pages| July 2019 |
    USD 1590
    As we draw close to 5G becoming a commercial reality, it is interesting to observe the different progress taking place in countries around the world. Learn More
  2. Lebanon - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    67 Pages| July 2019 |
    USD 750
    Lebanon's telecoms market holds a unique position in the Middle East given the level of government involvement. Learn More
  3. Bahrain - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    84 Pages| July 2019 |
    USD 750
    In 2019 mobile broadband subscriptions far exceed fixed broadband access in Bahrain with over a 90% market share. Learn More
  4. Kenya - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    135 Pages| April 2019 |
    USD 1150
    Kenya's telecommunications market continues to undergo considerable changes in the wake of increased competition, improved international connectivity, and rapid developments in the mobile market. The landing of four fibre-optic international submarin Learn More
  5. Ghana - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    115 Pages| April 2019 |
    USD 1150
    Ghana's telecom market has benefited from the privatisation of the incumbent telco Ghana Telecom and its rebranding as Vodafone Ghana. The company is the principal fixed-line provider and also the third largest player in the mobile services sector, a Learn More
  6. Cyprus - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    76 Pages| April 2019 |
    USD 1150
    Despite the liberalisation of Cyprus's telecom sector, the market overall continues to be dominated by the incumbent, Cyta, which is still fully-owned by the state though the government continues to press for a sale of a minority stake in a bid to ar Learn More
  7. Sierra Leone - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    62 Pages| April 2019 |
    USD 750
    Sierra Leone has enjoyed sustained political stability in recent years, following a decade of civil war. The departure of the UN's local mission in March 2014 marked the end of more than 15 years of international peacekeeping operations in the countr Learn More
  8. Eswatini (Swaziland) - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    52 Pages| July 2019 |
    USD 750
    Eswatini (Swaziland) was one of the last countries in the world to abolish an almost complete monopoly in all sectors of its telecommunications market. Learn More
  9. Lesotho - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    61 Pages| April 2019 |
    USD 550
    Telecom services in Lesotho are managed by a privatised national operator, Econet Telecom Lesotho (ETL). The mobile sector is a duopoly between South Africa-based Vodacom and ETL, though competition is insufficient to promote effective price reductio Learn More
  10. North Korea - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    74 Pages| March 2019 |
    USD 550
    North Korea possesses an underdeveloped yet growing market which has markedly improved in recent years as noted by growing mobile penetration. North Korea's telecoms infrastructure developed largely through foreign investment, most significantly by T Learn More
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