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More internet investment needed to sustain Africa’s economic growth

There remains considerable activity and investment in Africa’s national and international broadband infrastructure. Many countries have a range of government programs in place aimed at increasing bandwidth availability, and at extending networks deeper into non-urban areas. Submarine cables now provide 20-times more international bandwidth than was the case in 2010: international bandwidth broached 2Tb/s by the end of 2013. In North Africa alone, bandwidth increased 36% in the year, while in Sub-Saharan Africa it grew 39%. Submarine cables have been designed with vast capacity, and by mid-2015 barely 8% of capacity was being utilised. The total length of terrestrial infrastructure has also more than doubled during the last five years. Although these efforts have improved connectivity in many areas, and with it the social and economic benefits needed for sustained growth, much more investment is needed for local economies to capitalise on this growth into the future.

These infrastructure programs are supported by sympathetic regulatory regimes which have encouraged shared infrastructure, facilitated cost-effective overhead cabling, and reduced wholesale access pricing. Some countries have fallen behind in these endeavours, with the inevitable result that diversity has emerged across the continent. Countries such as Morocco now have internet penetration of above 50%, though a number of others, such as Sierra Leone, have penetration rates below 2%.

A number of regional schemes have been developed affecting two or more neighbouring countries, usually with a view to extending submarine cable access to landlocked countries. Regional schemes include the East African Backhaul System (EABS), serving Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi which provide landlocked countries with access to submarine cables. Another is the Central African Backbone (CAB), a $215 million program funded by the World Bank and the African Development Bank to build fibre-optic infrastructure serving 11 countries in the Central African region. The World Bank reported that the disbursement rate of project funds in the Central African Republic had reached 78% by October 2014, while in Cameroon progress is being coordinated by national agencies including MINEPAT.

The region is also on the cusp of further leaps forward as a result of spectrum policies. Governments and regulators are making use of spectrum released from the switch from analogue to digital broadcasting. Although most of the region failed to meet the ITU’s June 2015 deadline for ISO, the process will progress in coming months, and thus into 2016 and 2017 regulators will be in a position to auction these spectrum assets. Mobile network operators will then be able to improve their network capabilities, and drive mobile broadband deeper into non-urban areas.
Rising internet penetration, more marked in some countries than others, is required for the development of applications and services, and to drive growth in local economies. Penetration rates of at least 20% are needed for real socio-economic benefits to be realised. This level of internet connectivity is realistically achievable only through mobile networks. Many countries in Africa have such poor fixed-line infrastructure that telcos and vendors and better placed to invest in mobile infrastructure alone rather than in fixed-line networks. In rural areas as well as in many semi-urban zones mobile networks present a more realistic option for providing voice and data services cost effectively and quickly. This is already the reality in many markets, while regionally about 90% of all internet connections are already provided by mobile broadband.

There have also been continuing investments in building local Internet Exchange Points to reduce dependence on international connectivity for local internet services, so lowering the cost of developing local hosting and application development. The African Internet Exchange System, an African Union project implemented by the Internet Society, aims to have 80% of African users’ internet traffic exchanged within Africa by 2020.

These developments are encouraging for the future growth of the region’s fixed-broadband sector, which will further drive economic progress as well as a range of benefits based on enhanced social inclusion among consumers. Nevertheless, socio-economic forces in many markets has also made theft and vandalism a real concern for operators, while political instability in countries such as Libya has caused considerable upheaval and disruption to services.

 

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Table Of Content

Scope

 1.  Market Overview
1.1 Internet statistics
1.2 Fixed Broadband statistics
2.  Algeria
2.1 Internet market
2.1.1  Overview
2.1.2  Internet statistics
2.1.3  Forecasts  internet users  2013; 2016
2.1.4  Internet cafes
2.1.5  PC penetration
2.2 ISP market
2.2.1  Djaweb
2.2.2  EEPAD
2.2.3  Swan Informatique, Satlinker
2.2.4  IcosNet
2.2.5  Smart Link Communication (SLC)
2.2.6  Lacom (defunct)
2.3 Broadband market
2.3.1  Government support
2.3.2  ADSL
3.  Angola
3.1 Internet market
3.1.1  A difficult beginning in times of war
3.1.2  Internet statistics
3.1.3  Public telecentres and cybercafes
3.1.4  Internet Exchange Point (IXP)
3.1.5  Angola's ISP market
3.2 Broadband market
3.2.1  ADSL
3.2.2  Cable broadband (TV Cabo)
3.2.3  FttX
4.  Benin
4.1 Internet market
4.1.1  Overview
4.1.2  Internet statistics
4.1.3  Public Internet Access Locations
4.1.4  ISP market
4.1.5  Benin Internet Society
4.2 Broadband market
4.2.1  ADSL
4.2.2  EV-DO
4.2.3  WiMAX
4.2.4  WiFi
5.  Botswana
5.1 Internet market
5.1.1  Overview
5.1.2  Public internet access facilities
5.1.3  Botswana's ISP market
5.1.4  Botswana Internet Exchange (BINX)
5.2 Broadband market
5.2.1  ADSL
5.2.2  WiMAX
6.  Burkina Faso
6.1 Internet market
6.1.1  Overview
6.1.2  Public Internet access locations
6.1.3  Low-cost computers
6.1.4  ISP market
6.1.5  E-government
6.2 Broadband market
6.2.1  Overview
6.2.2  ADSL
6.2.3  WiMAX
7.  Cameroon
7.1 Internet market
7.1.1  Overview
7.1.2  Cameroon's ISP market
7.1.3  Public access locations
7.2 Broadband market
7.2.1  ADSL
7.2.2  Wireless broadband
8.  Chad
8.1 Internet and Broadband Overview
8.1.1  Internet statistics
9.  Cote d'Ivoire
9.1 Internet market
9.1.1  Overview
9.1.2  Public Internet access locations
9.1.3  ISP market
9.1.4  Internet via satellite
9.1.5  VoIP
9.1.6  E-Commerce
9.2 Broadband
9.2.1  ADSL
9.2.2  Fibre
9.2.3  WiMAX
9.2.4  WiFi
10.  Democratic Republic of Congo
10.1 Overview
10.1.1  Internet user statistics
10.2 ISP market
10.2.1  Africanus.net
10.2.2  InterConnect, Vodanet
10.2.3  Microcom
10.2.4  Cielux Telecom
10.2.5  Global Broadband Solution (GBS)
10.2.6  Other ISPs
10.3 Internet cafes
10.4 Internet exchange points (IXP)
11.  Djibouti
11.1 Overview
11.2 Internet statistics
11.3 Broadband statistics
12.  Egypt
12.1 Internet market
12.1.1  Overview
12.1.2  Internet statistics
12.1.3  Free Internet project
12.1.4  Affordable Personal Computer (APC) programs
12.1.5  E-schools
12.1.6  Public internet access locations
12.1.7  Facebook and LinkedIn
12.2 ISP and data service providers in Egypt
12.2.1  Data service operators
12.2.2  Data centres
12.2.3  ISP market
12.2.4  Internet gateways
12.2.5  Cairo Regional Internet Exchange (CRIX)
12.2.6  VSAT networks
12.3 Broadband market
12.3.1  Forecasts  internet users 2015; 2018
12.3.2  Broadband initiative
12.3.3  DSL
12.3.4  Fibre
12.3.5  Wireless broadband
12.3.6  Broadband over Powerlines (BPL)
13.  Eritrea
13.1 Overview
13.2 Internet statistics
14.  Ethiopia
14.1 Internet market
14.1.1  Overview
14.1.2  Internet statistics
14.1.3  Forecast  Internet users  2014; 2017
14.1.4  National connectivity
14.1.5  Public internet access locations
14.1.6  VoIP grey market
14.1.7  E-government
14.1.8  E-learning
14.1.9  ISP market
14.2 Broadband market
14.2.1  ADSL
15.  Gabon
15.1 Overview
15.1.1  Internet statistics
15.2 ISP market
15.2.1  Gabon Telecom
15.2.2  Internet Gabon
15.2.3  Solsi
15.3 Broadband market
15.3.1  ADSL
15.3.2  WiMAX
16.  Gambia
16.1 Internet market
16.1.1  Overview
16.1.2  Internet connectivity
16.1.3  ISP market
16.1.4  Internet Exchange Point (IXP)
16.2 Broadband market
16.2.1  ADSL/SDSL
16.3 WiMAX
16.4 WiFi
17.  Ghana
17.1 Internet market
17.1.1  Overview
17.1.2  Internet statistics
17.1.3  Facebook and LinkedIn
17.1.4  PC penetration, Affordable computer programs
17.1.5  Public Internet Access Venues (PAVs)
17.1.6  Dial-up
17.2 ISP market
17.2.1  Major ISPs
17.2.2  Ghana Internet Service Providers Association (GISPA)
17.2.3  Ghana Internet Exchange Point (GIX)
17.3 Broadband market
17.3.1  Overview
17.3.2  Broadband statistics
17.3.3  ADSL
17.3.4  Wireless broadband
17.3.5  Powerline Communication (PLC)
18.  Guinea
18.1 Internet market
18.1.1  Overview
18.1.2  ISP market
18.2 Broadband market
18.2.1  Overview
18.3 WiMAX
18.4 SchoolWeb WiFi Network
19.  Kenya
19.1 Internet market
19.1.1  Overview
19.1.2  Internet statistics
19.1.3  Forecast internet users  2015; 2018
19.1.4  Facebook and LinkedIn
19.1.5  PC penetration, e-waste ban
19.1.6  Public internet access locations
19.1.7  Internet backbone infrastructure
19.1.8  Internet Exchange Points (IXP)
19.1.9  Kenya Network Information Centre (KENIC)
19.1.10  National broadband strategy
19.1.11  TV white space
19.2 ISP market
19.2.1  Africa Online Kenya
19.2.2  AccessKenya (Dimension Data)
19.2.3  Wananchi Online
19.2.4  MTN Business Kenya (formerly UUNet)
19.2.5  Swift Global (KDN)
19.2.6  InterConnect, Internet Solutions Kenya
19.2.7  Orange Kenya (Telkom)
19.3 Broadband market
19.3.1  Overview
19.3.2  ADSL
19.4 Wireless broadband
19.4.1  WiFi
19.4.2  WiMAX
19.5 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
20.  Lesotho
20.1 Internet market
20.1.1  Overview
20.1.2  Lesotho's ISP market
20.2 Broadband market
20.2.1  Overview
20.2.2  ADSL
20.2.3  WiMAX
20.2.4  WiFi
20.3 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
21.  Liberia
21.1 Internet Market Overview
21.1.1  Internet statistics
21.1.2  ISP market
21.1.3  Internet banking
21.2 Broadband market
21.2.1  Overview
21.2.2  WiMAX
22.  Libya
22.1 Internet market
22.1.1  Overview
22.1.2  Internet statistics
22.1.3  Computer initiatives  One Laptop per Child (OLPC)
22.1.4  Libya's ISP market
22.1.5  Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
22.2 Broadband market
22.2.1  Broadband statistics
22.2.2  ADSL
22.3 WiMAX
22.4 WiFi
22.4.1  FttP
23.  Madagascar
23.1 Internet market
23.1.1  Overview of the internet in Madagascar
23.1.2  Public internet access locations
23.1.3  Data licensees
23.1.4  Madagascar's ISP market
23.2 Broadband market
23.2.1  ADSL
23.2.2  WiMAX
23.2.3  WiFi
24.  Malawi
24.1 Internet market
24.1.1  Overview
24.1.2  Malawi's ISP market
24.1.3  VoIP
24.2 Broadband market
24.2.1  ADSL
24.3 WiMAX, WiFi
24.3.1  Broadmax
25.  Mali
25.1 Internet Market Overview
25.1.1  Internet statistics
25.1.2  Internet cafes
25.1.3  Multipurpose Community Telecentres (MCTs)
25.1.4  The Cybertigi project
25.1.5  SchoolNet
25.1.6  One Laptop per Child (OLPC)
25.1.7  ISP market
25.2 Broadband market
25.2.1  ADSL
25.2.2  WiMAX
26.  Mauritius
26.1 Internet market Overview
26.1.1  Internet statistics
26.1.2  Personal computers
26.1.3  Cyber City Project
26.1.4  ISP market
26.1.5  Internet Exchange Point (IXP)
26.2 Broadband market
26.2.1  ADSL
26.2.2  WiFi
26.2.3  WiMAX
26.2.4  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
27.  Morocco
27.1 Internet connectivity
27.1.1  National fibre backbone
27.1.2  The MARWAN network
27.2 Morocco's ISP market
27.2.1  MTDS
27.3 Broadband market
27.3.1  ADSL
27.3.2  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
27.3.3  Broadband over Powerlines (BPL)
27.3.4  National Broadband Plan 2012-2022
27.3.5  Broadband over Powerlines (BPL)
28.  Mozambique
28.1 Internet Market Overview
28.1.1  Internet statistics
28.1.2  Internet connectivity
28.1.3  Public internet access locations
28.1.4  Cost of personal computers
28.1.5  Mozambique's ISP market
28.1.6  Mozambique Internet Exchange Point (MOZ-IX)
28.1.7  E-government
28.2 Broadband market
28.2.1  ADSL
28.2.2  Broadband via cable TV (TV Cabo)
28.2.3  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
29.  Namibia
29.1 Internet Market Overview
29.1.1  Internet connectivity
29.1.2  White Space for internet access
29.1.3  Namibia's ISP market
29.1.4  SchoolNet Namibia
29.2 Broadband market
29.2.1  ADSL
29.2.2  FttX
29.3 Wireless broadband
29.4 WiMAX
29.5 WiFi
30.  Nigeria
30.1 Internet Market Overview
30.1.1  Government measures
30.1.2  Internet statistics
30.1.3  Limited availability of PCs
30.1.4  Public Internet access locations
30.1.5  Internet Exchange Points (IXP)
30.1.6  Country code top level domain (ccTLD) administration
30.2 ISP market
30.2.1  Internet Service Providers Association of Nigeria (ISPAN)
30.2.2  Selected ISPs
30.3 Broadband market
30.4 Overview
30.4.1  National Broadband Plan
30.5 ADSL
30.6 Wireless broadband
30.6.1  Odu'a Telecom
30.6.2  Swift Networks
30.6.3  Startech Connection
30.6.4  Nitel
30.6.5  Netcom Africa
30.6.6  MWEB Nigeria
30.6.7  Gateway Communications
30.6.8  2.3GHz auction
30.6.9  2.5GHz auction
30.7 WiFi
30.7.1  Accelon, Internet Solutions
30.7.2  Jigawa Broadband Access Network
30.7.3  Polestar/5G WiFi network in Lagos
30.7.4  NaijaWiFi
30.7.5  Abuja WiFi, WiMAX
30.7.6  Enugu
30.7.7  Bharti Airtel
30.8 WiMAX
30.9 Broadband over Powerlines (BPL)
30.10 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
31.  Rwanda
31.1 Internet Market Overview
31.1.1  Internet statistics
31.1.2  ISP market
31.1.3  Rwanda Internet Exchange Point (RIXP)
31.1.4  Cybercafes and telecentres
31.1.5  One Laptop per Child (OLPC)
31.1.6  Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
31.2 Broadband market
31.2.1  Overview
31.2.2  ADSL
31.2.3  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
31.2.4  WiMAX, WiBro
31.2.5  WiFi
32.  Senegal
32.1 Internet Market Overview
32.1.1  Internet statistics
32.1.2  Internet connectivity
32.1.3  Low-cost computers
32.1.4  ISP market
32.1.5  VoIP
32.2 Broadband market
32.2.1  ADSL
32.2.2  WiFi
33.  Sierra Leone
33.1 Internet and Broadband Market Overview
33.1.1  Internet statistics
33.1.2  ISPs and converged service providers
33.1.3  VoIP Internet telephony
33.1.4  Broadband market
34.  South Africa
34.1 Internet Market Overview
34.1.1  Internet statistics
34.1.2  Forecast  Internet users  2015, 2018
34.1.3  Forecast  Broadband subscribers  2015, 2018
34.1.4  Internet demographics
34.1.5  Community access projects
34.2 South Africa's ISP market
34.2.1  Internet Service Providers Association (ISPA)
34.2.2  Selected major ISPs
34.3 Broadband Market Overview
34.3.1  ADSL
34.3.2  Wireless broadband
34.3.3  Broadband over powerlines (BPL)
34.3.4  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
35.  South Sudan
35.1 Internet Market Overview
35.1.1  Internet statistics
35.1.2  South Sudan's ISP market
35.2 Broadband market
35.2.1  Overview
35.2.2  WiMAX and WiFi
36.  Sudan
36.1 Internet Market Overview
36.1.1  Internet statistics
36.1.2  ISP market
36.1.3  Sudan Internet Society (SiS)
36.2 Broadband market
36.2.1  ADSL
36.2.2  WiMAX
37.  Swaziland
37.1 Internet Market Overview
37.1.1  Internet statistics
37.1.2  Public internet access locations
37.1.3  Computer Education Trust (CET)
37.1.4  Swaziland's ISP market
37.1.5  Swaziland Internet Exchange Point
37.2 Broadband Market Overview
37.2.1  ADSL
38.  Tanzania
38.1 Internet Market Overview
38.1.1  Limited availability of PCs
38.1.2  Public internet access locations
38.1.3  Tanzania's ISP market
38.1.4  ccTLD management
38.2 Broadband Market Overview
38.2.1  Broadband statistics
38.2.2  ADSL
38.2.3  Cable modem
38.2.4  Wireless broadband
39.  Tunisia
39.1 Internet Market Overview
39.1.1  Internet statistics
39.1.2  PC market and penetration
39.1.3  Public Internet access locations
39.1.4  Agence Tunisienne d'Internet (ATI)
39.1.5  Internet censorship, Net neutrality
39.1.6  Tunisia's ISP market
39.2 Broadband Market Overview
39.2.1  DSL
39.2.2  WiMAX
39.2.3  Mesh WiFi
39.2.4  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
40.  Uganda
40.1 Internet Market Overview
40.1.1  Public Internet access locations
40.1.2  Personal computer market
40.1.3  Dial-up
40.1.4  International bandwidth
40.2 Uganda's ISP market
40.2.1  Overview, licensing
40.2.2  Selected ISPs
40.2.3  Uganda Internet Exchange Point (UiXP)
40.3 Broadband Market Overview
40.3.1  ADSL
40.3.2  WiMAX, LTE
40.3.3  WiFi
40.3.4  Fibre
41.  Zambia
41.1 Internet market
41.1.1  Overview
41.1.2  Public internet access locations
41.1.3  Zambia's ISP market
41.2 Broadband Market Overview
41.2.1  ADSL
41.2.2  Fibre
41.2.3  Leased lines
41.2.4  WiMAX
41.2.5  WiFi
42.  Zimbabwe
42.1 Overview
42.1.1  Internet statistics
42.2 Public Internet access locations
42.3 Data carriers
42.3.1  Africom Zimbabwe
42.3.2  DataOne, SatNet
42.3.3  Powertel Communications
42.3.4  Telco Internet
42.3.5  Broadlands Networks
42.3.6  Aquiva
42.4 Zimbabwe's ISP market
42.4.1  Africa Online Zimbabwe
42.4.2  ComOne
42.4.3  Ecoweb
42.4.4  iWayAfrica (MWEB)
42.4.5  Zimbabwe Online (ZOL)
42.5 Zimbabwe Internet Exchange (ZINX)
42.6 Broadband in Zimbabwe
42.6.1  ADSL
42.6.2  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
42.6.3  WiMAX
42.6.4  WiFi


List Of Figure

Chart 1  Algeria  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Chart 2  Angola  Internet users and penetration rate in Angola  2005  2015
Chart 3  Benin  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Chart 4  Botswana  Internet users and penetration rate in Botswana  2000  2015
Chart 5  Burkina Faso  Internet users and penetration rate in Burkina Faso  2005  2015
Chart 6  Cameroon  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 7  Chad  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 8  DRC  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 9  Djibouti  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Chart 10  Egypt  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2016
Chart 11  Egypt  Fixed-line internet subscribers and penetration  2003  2015
Chart 12  Egypt  Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration  2002  2015
Chart 13  Eritrea  Internet users and penetration rate  2004 - 2015
Chart 14  Ethiopia  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 15  Gambia  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 16 - Kenya  Internet users and penetration rate 2005 - 2015
Chart 17  Lesotho  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 18  Lesotho  Fixed-line internet and broadband subscribers  2002  2015
Chart 19  Liberia  Internet users and penetration rate in Liberia  2005  2015
Chart 20  Madagascar  Internet users and penetration rate  2000  2015
Chart 21  Malawi  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 22  Mali  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 23  Mauritius  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 24  Mauritius  Internet subscribers by type  2006  2013
Chart 25  Mauritius  Broadband subscribers by type  2004  2015
Chart 26  Morocco  Internet subscribers and penetration  2004  2015
Chart 27  Morocco  Internet subscribers, ADSL and total  2003  2015
Chart 28  Mozambique  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 29  Namibia  Internet users and penetration rate  1996  2015
Chart 30 - Nigeria  Internet users and penetration rate  2000 - 2015
Chart 31  Rwanda  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005- 2015
Chart 32  Senegal  Fixed-line internet users and penetration rate in Senegal  2005  2015
Chart 33  Sierra Leone  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 34  South Africa  Internet users and penetration rate in South Africa  2002 - 2015
Chart 35  Sudan  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 36  Swaziland  Internet users and penetration rate  2000  2015

Chart 37  Ugand a  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Exhibit  2  Libya  An overview of the One Laptop per Child project
Exhibit  3  Orange Mali wireless broadband pricing  2015
Exhibit  4  South Africa  Large ISPA members
Exhibit  5  Zambia  Licensed ISPs



 


List Of Table

Table  1  Africa  Internet users in selected African countries  2010  2015
Table  2 - Africa  Internet user penetration in selected African countries  2010-2015
Table  3  Fixed broadband subscribers in selected African countries  2010 - 2015
Table  4  Algeria  Historic - Internet users and penetration rate  1999 - 2004
Table  5  Algeria  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  6  Algeria  Forecast  internet users  2013; 2016
Table  7  Algeria  Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration  2003 - 2015
Table  8  Algeria  Djaweb SHDSL pricing residential  June 2015
Table  9  Algeria  Djaweb WiFi/DSL pricing business  June 2015
Table  10  Angola  Internet users and penetration rate in Angola  2005 - 2015
Table  11  Angola  Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration rate in Angola  2006 - 2015
Table  12  Angola  TV Cabo broadband pricing  2015
Table  13  Benin's international internet bandwidth  2000 - 2013
Table  14  Benin  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  15  Benin  Internet subscribers by technology  2009 - 2015
Table  16  Benin  Mobile internet subscribers by operator  2008 - 2014
Table  17  Benin  DSL subscribers  2004 - 2014
Table  18  Benin  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2003 - 2014
Table  19  Benin  Wireless broadband subscribers  2010 - 2014
Table  20  Botswana  Wholesale bandwidth pricing in Botswana by capacity 2011 - 2014
Table  21  Botswana  Internet users and penetration rate in Botswana  2009 - 2015
Table  22  Botswana  Broadband subscribers  2012 - 2015
Table  23  Botswana  DSL broadband subscribers  2008 - 2015
Table  24  Botswana  Fixed wireless broadband subscribers  2008 - 2014
Table  25  Burkina Fasos international internet bandwidth  2002 - 2013
Table  26  Burkina Faso  Internet users and penetration rate in Burkina Faso  2005 - 2015
Table  27  Burkina Faso  Fixed-line internet subscribers  2006 - 2015
Table  28  Burkina Faso  FasoNet (Onatel) internet subscribers  2006 - 2014
Table  29  Burkina Faso  ADSL (Onatel) subscribers in Burkina Faso  2005 - 2013
Table  30  Burkina Faso  FasoNet (Onatel) ADSL pricing  2010 vs. 2013
Table  31  Burkina Faso  Wireless broadband subscribers  2007 - 2013
Table  32  Cameroon  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  33  Cameroon  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  34  Chad  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  35  Chad  Internet subscribers  2009 - 2015
Table  36  Cote dIvoire  Internet access market revenue  2008 - 2015
Table  37  Cote dIvoire  Internet access market investment  2008 - 2015
Table  38  Cote dIvoire  Internet users and penetration rate - 2000 - 2015
Table  39  Cote dIvoire  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2011 - 2015
Table  40  Cote dIvoire  ISP market share of subscribers  2012  2014
Table  41  Cote dIvoire  Orange ADSL pricing  2014
Table  42  Cote dIvoire  VipNet ADSL pricing  2014
Table  43  DRC  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  44  DRC  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  45  Djibouti  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  46  Djibouti  Fixed-line internet subscribers and penetration  2006 - 2014
Table  47  Djibouti International internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  48  Djibouti Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  49  Egypt  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2016
Table  50  Egypt  Proportion of internet users by access technology  2009 - 2014
Table  51  Egypt  Dial-up internet subscribers  2006 - 2014
Table  52  Egypt  Fixed-line internet subscribers and penetration  2003 - 2015
Table  53  Egypt  TE DSL subscribers  2009 - 2014
Table  54  Egypt  Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  55  Egypt  Forecast internet users  2015; 2018
Table  56  Egypt  DSL subscribers, total vs TE  2006 - 2014
Table  57  Eritrea  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  58  Eritrea  Fixed-line internet subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  59  Eritrea  International Internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  60  Ethiopia  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  61  Ethiopia  Internet subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  62  Ethiopia  Forecast internet users  2014; 2017
Table  63  Ethiopia  Ethio Telecom capped ADSL pricing  August 2014
Table  64  Ethiopia  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2007 - 2015
Table  65  Gabon  Fixed-line internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  66  Gabon  Fixed-line internet subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  67  Gabon  Fixed-line and mobile internet subscribers  2011 - 2015
Table  68  Gabon  Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  69  Gabon  Market share of internet subscribers  2013 - 2014
Table  70  Gabon Telecom internet subscribers  2007 - 2014
Table  71  Gabon  DSL subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  72  Gambia  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  73  Gambias international internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  74  Gambia  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  75  Gambia  Netpage unlimited WiMAX pricing  2012
Table  76  Ghana  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  77  Ghana  Fixed-line internet subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  78  Ghana  Dial-up internet subscribers  2005 - 2010
Table  79  Ghana  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  80  Ghana  DSL subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  81  Ghana Telecom broadband subscribers  2013 - 2015
Table  82  Guinea  Mobile internet connections (EDGE, GPRS, 3G)  2010 - 2014
Table  83  Guinea  Fixed-line internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  84  Guinea  ISP market share of subscribers  Jun 2013
Table  85  Kenya  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  86  Kenya  Internet subscriptions  2010 - 2015
Table  87  Kenya  Wireless internet subscriptions by access technology  2010 - 2014
Table  88  Kenya  Fixed-line internet subscriptions by access technology  2010 - 2014
Table  89  Kenya  Internet services revenue and investments  2009 - 2014
Table  90  Kenya  Forecast internet users  2015; 2018
Table  91  Kenya  Fixed-line internet subscribers by operator  2013 - 2014
Table  92  AccessKenya corporate leased-line customers  2008  2012
Table  93  Lesotho  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  94  Lesotho  Fixed-line internet and broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  95  Lesotho  ETL capped DSL pricing  2015
Table  96  Lesotho  DSL broadband subscribers  2012- 2015
Table  97  Liberia  Internet users and penetration rate in Liberia  2005 - 2015
Table  98  Liberia  Fixed-line internet subscribers  2007 - 2015
Table  99  Libya  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  100  Libya  ADSL broadband subscribers  2006 - 2015
Table  101  Libya  ADSL pricing  2008  2013; 2015
Table  102  Madagascar  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  103  Madagascar  Fixed-line internet subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  104  Madagascar  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2006 - 2015
Table  105  Madagascar  DSL broadband subscribers  2010 - 2015
Table  106  Malawi  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  107  Malawi  Fixed internet subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  108  Malawi  Fixed broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  109  Mali  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  110  Mali  Internet subscribers, Sotelma vs Orange Mali  2008 - 2012
Table  111  Mali  Internet and broadband subscribers  2011 - 2015
Table  112  Mali  DSL subscribers  2011 - 2015
Table  113  Mali  DSL subscribers  2006 - 2014
Table  114  Mauritius  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  115  Mauritius  Internet subscribers by type  2006 - 2013
Table  116  Mauritius  Orange broadband subscribers  2012 - 2015
Table  117  Mauritius  Broadband subscribers by type  2004 - 2015
Table  118  Mauritius  Broadband penetration (fixed and mobile)  2006 - 2015
Table  119  Mauritius  Telecom Plus broadband subscribers  2009 - 2014
Table  120  Mauritius  MT ADSL and dial-up subscribers  2005 - 2012
Table  121  Mauritius  Wireless broadband subscribers  2009 - 2014
Table  122  Morocco  Market share of overall internet subscribers by ISP  2012 - 2015
Table  123  Morocco  Average revenue per internet subscriber  2012 - 2013
Table  124  Morocco  Average revenue per internet subscriber  2012 - 2015
Table  125  Morocco  Maroc Telecom internet subscribers by access technology  2005 - 2015
Table  126  Morocco  Internet subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  127  Morocco  Fixed-line broadband (DSL) subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  128  Morocco  Distribution of ADSL access in Morocco by speed 2012 - 2015
Table  129  Morocco  Internet subscriber market share: DSL and mobile  2009 - 2015
Table  130  Mozambique  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Table  131  Mozambique  DSL broadband subscribers  2006 - 2015
Table  132  Mozambique  TDM ADSL pricing  2015
Table  133  Mozambique  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2007 - 2015
Table  134  Mozambique  NetCabo cable broadband pricing  2015
Table  135  Namibia  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  136  Nigeria  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  137  Nigeria  International internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  138  Nigeria  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2007 - 2015
Table  139  Nigeria  Active fixed-wireless broadband lines  2007 - 2015
Table  140  Rwanda  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005- 2015
Table  141  Rwanda  Internet subscribers by platform  2005- 2014
Table  142  Rwanda  Internet subscribers by ISP  2011 - 2014
Table  143  Rwanda  Dial-up internet subscribers by operator  2013 - 2014
Table  144  Rwanda  Broadband (>256kb/s) subscribers by type  2013 - 2014
Table  145  Senegal  Fixed-line internet users and penetration rate in Senegal  2005 - 2015
Table  146  Senegal  Internet subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  147  Senegal  Internet subscriber penetration  2011 - 2015
Table  148  Senegal  Market share of internet connections by platform  2011 - 2014
Table  149  Senegal  Internet subscribers by platform  2011 - 2014
Table  150  Senegal  Market share of internet subscribers by operator  2012 - 2014
Table  151  Senegal  International internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  152  Senegal  ADSL subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  153  Senegal  Fixed wireless internet subscribers  2012  2015
Table  154  Senegal  Fixed wireless broadband market share by operator (keys)  2013 - 2014
Table  155  Sierra Leone  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  156  South Africa  Internet users and penetration rate in South Africa  2005 - 2015
Table  157  South Africa  Forecast internet users  2015; 2018
Table  158  South Africa  Forecast broadband subscribers  2015; 2018
Table  162  South Africa's international internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  159  South Africa  Telkom DSL subscribers  2013 - 2015
Table  160  South Africa  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  161  South Africa  Total broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  162  South Africa's international internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  163  Telkom South Africa ADSL subscribers  2005 - 2013
Table  164  Telkom South Africa residential ADSL tariffs  2015
Table  162  South Africa's international internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  165  Telkom South Africa WiMAX subscribers  2008 - 2014
Table  166  Neotel South Africa WiMAX tariffs  2014
Table  167  WAPA South Africa industry survey  2006 - 2008
Table  168  South Africa  iBurst subscribers  2005 - 2012
Table  169  South Sudan  International internet bandwidth  2010 - 2012
Table  170  South Sudan  Broadband subscriptions, fixed vs. wireless  2010 - 2015
Table  171  Sudan  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  172  Sudan  Fixed broadband subscribers  2010  2015
Table  173  Swaziland  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  174  Swaziland  International internet bandwidth  2009 - 2013
Table  175  Swaziland  Real Image ADSL pricing  2010 (discontinued)
Table  176  Swaziland  SPTC ADSL pricing  2012 - 2014
Table  177  Tanzania  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Table  178  Tanzania  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  179  Tanzania  Internet subscribers  2008 - 2015
Table  180  Tanzania  Internet cafes in service  2008 - 2014
Table  181  Tanzania  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  182  Tanzania  Cable modem broadband subscribers  2005 - 2014
Table  183  Tunisia's international bandwidth  2001; 2006 - 2013
Table  184  Tunisia  Internet subscribers, users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  185  Tunisia  PC penetration  2005 - 2013
Table  186  Tunisia  Fixed-line broadband connections by data speed  2014 - 2015
Table  187  Tunisia  ADSL subscribers vs total internet subscribers in Tunisia  2005 - 2015
Table  188  Tunisia  ADSL markets share by operator  2013 - 2015
Table  189  Tunisia  Ooredoo FttP pricing  2015
Table  190  Tunisia  FttP subscribers  2013 - 2015
Table  191  Uganda  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  192  Uganda  Fixed vs. mobile internet subscriptions  2007 - 2015
Table  193  Ugandas international internet bandwidth  2005 - 2014
Table  194  Ugandas internet bandwidth per population  2012 - 2014
Table  195  MTN Uganda WiFi pricing  2015
Table  196  Zambia  International bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  197  Zambia  Fixed-line internet subscribers 2009 - 2015
Table  198  Zambia  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  199  Zamtel DSL pricing  2015
Table  200  Zimbabwe  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  201  Zimbabwe  Fixed-line internet subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  202  Zimbabwe  Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  203  Zimbabwe  Ecoweb broadband subscribers  2012 - 2014
Table  204  Zimbabwe  Ecoweb revenue  2013 - 2014
Table  205  Zimbabwe  ZOL unlimited broadband pricing, residential vs. business  2015
Table  206  Zimbabwe  TelOne ADSL pricing  2012; 2015
Table  207  Zimbabwe  ADSL broadband subscribers  2012 - 2015
Table  208  Zimbabwe  ZOL WiFi hotspot pricing  2015

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Products and Companies

Products

Fixed-line, Broadband, Mobile Broadband, Fiber to the home, Telecommunications infrastructure, Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSATs), Long-term Evolution (LTE), Enhanced Data for GSM Evolution (EDGE), Mobile TV, Fixed Line Subscribers, MVNO, Number Portability, High-Speed Packet Access (HSPA), Mobile content and applications, Broadband access, Regulatory Authority, Mobile infrastructure, Satellite mobile, Fixed wireless (WiMAX, WiBro, Wi-Fi), Satellite Broadband, VOIP, Video Streaming


Companies

ComOne, iWayAfrica, Africa Online Zimbabwe, SatNet, DataOne, Africom Zimbabwe, Bharti Airtel, MWEB Nigeria, Netcom Africa, Nitel, Swift Networks, Odu'a Telecom, Cielux Telecom, Global Broadband Solution, Microcom, Africanus.net, Satlinker, Djaweb

More internet investment needed to sustain Africa’s economic growth

There remains considerable activity and investment in Africa’s national and international broadband infrastructure. Many countries have a range of government programs in place aimed at increasing bandwidth availability, and at extending networks deeper into non-urban areas. Submarine cables now provide 20-times more international bandwidth than was the case in 2010: international bandwidth broached 2Tb/s by the end of 2013. In North Africa alone, bandwidth increased 36% in the year, while in Sub-Saharan Africa it grew 39%. Submarine cables have been designed with vast capacity, and by mid-2015 barely 8% of capacity was being utilised. The total length of terrestrial infrastructure has also more than doubled during the last five years. Although these efforts have improved connectivity in many areas, and with it the social and economic benefits needed for sustained growth, much more investment is needed for local economies to capitalise on this growth into the future.

These infrastructure programs are supported by sympathetic regulatory regimes which have encouraged shared infrastructure, facilitated cost-effective overhead cabling, and reduced wholesale access pricing. Some countries have fallen behind in these endeavours, with the inevitable result that diversity has emerged across the continent. Countries such as Morocco now have internet penetration of above 50%, though a number of others, such as Sierra Leone, have penetration rates below 2%.

A number of regional schemes have been developed affecting two or more neighbouring countries, usually with a view to extending submarine cable access to landlocked countries. Regional schemes include the East African Backhaul System (EABS), serving Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi which provide landlocked countries with access to submarine cables. Another is the Central African Backbone (CAB), a $215 million program funded by the World Bank and the African Development Bank to build fibre-optic infrastructure serving 11 countries in the Central African region. The World Bank reported that the disbursement rate of project funds in the Central African Republic had reached 78% by October 2014, while in Cameroon progress is being coordinated by national agencies including MINEPAT.

The region is also on the cusp of further leaps forward as a result of spectrum policies. Governments and regulators are making use of spectrum released from the switch from analogue to digital broadcasting. Although most of the region failed to meet the ITU’s June 2015 deadline for ISO, the process will progress in coming months, and thus into 2016 and 2017 regulators will be in a position to auction these spectrum assets. Mobile network operators will then be able to improve their network capabilities, and drive mobile broadband deeper into non-urban areas.
Rising internet penetration, more marked in some countries than others, is required for the development of applications and services, and to drive growth in local economies. Penetration rates of at least 20% are needed for real socio-economic benefits to be realised. This level of internet connectivity is realistically achievable only through mobile networks. Many countries in Africa have such poor fixed-line infrastructure that telcos and vendors and better placed to invest in mobile infrastructure alone rather than in fixed-line networks. In rural areas as well as in many semi-urban zones mobile networks present a more realistic option for providing voice and data services cost effectively and quickly. This is already the reality in many markets, while regionally about 90% of all internet connections are already provided by mobile broadband.

There have also been continuing investments in building local Internet Exchange Points to reduce dependence on international connectivity for local internet services, so lowering the cost of developing local hosting and application development. The African Internet Exchange System, an African Union project implemented by the Internet Society, aims to have 80% of African users’ internet traffic exchanged within Africa by 2020.

These developments are encouraging for the future growth of the region’s fixed-broadband sector, which will further drive economic progress as well as a range of benefits based on enhanced social inclusion among consumers. Nevertheless, socio-economic forces in many markets has also made theft and vandalism a real concern for operators, while political instability in countries such as Libya has caused considerable upheaval and disruption to services.

 

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Scope

 1.  Market Overview
1.1 Internet statistics
1.2 Fixed Broadband statistics
2.  Algeria
2.1 Internet market
2.1.1  Overview
2.1.2  Internet statistics
2.1.3  Forecasts  internet users  2013; 2016
2.1.4  Internet cafes
2.1.5  PC penetration
2.2 ISP market
2.2.1  Djaweb
2.2.2  EEPAD
2.2.3  Swan Informatique, Satlinker
2.2.4  IcosNet
2.2.5  Smart Link Communication (SLC)
2.2.6  Lacom (defunct)
2.3 Broadband market
2.3.1  Government support
2.3.2  ADSL
3.  Angola
3.1 Internet market
3.1.1  A difficult beginning in times of war
3.1.2  Internet statistics
3.1.3  Public telecentres and cybercafes
3.1.4  Internet Exchange Point (IXP)
3.1.5  Angola's ISP market
3.2 Broadband market
3.2.1  ADSL
3.2.2  Cable broadband (TV Cabo)
3.2.3  FttX
4.  Benin
4.1 Internet market
4.1.1  Overview
4.1.2  Internet statistics
4.1.3  Public Internet Access Locations
4.1.4  ISP market
4.1.5  Benin Internet Society
4.2 Broadband market
4.2.1  ADSL
4.2.2  EV-DO
4.2.3  WiMAX
4.2.4  WiFi
5.  Botswana
5.1 Internet market
5.1.1  Overview
5.1.2  Public internet access facilities
5.1.3  Botswana's ISP market
5.1.4  Botswana Internet Exchange (BINX)
5.2 Broadband market
5.2.1  ADSL
5.2.2  WiMAX
6.  Burkina Faso
6.1 Internet market
6.1.1  Overview
6.1.2  Public Internet access locations
6.1.3  Low-cost computers
6.1.4  ISP market
6.1.5  E-government
6.2 Broadband market
6.2.1  Overview
6.2.2  ADSL
6.2.3  WiMAX
7.  Cameroon
7.1 Internet market
7.1.1  Overview
7.1.2  Cameroon's ISP market
7.1.3  Public access locations
7.2 Broadband market
7.2.1  ADSL
7.2.2  Wireless broadband
8.  Chad
8.1 Internet and Broadband Overview
8.1.1  Internet statistics
9.  Cote d'Ivoire
9.1 Internet market
9.1.1  Overview
9.1.2  Public Internet access locations
9.1.3  ISP market
9.1.4  Internet via satellite
9.1.5  VoIP
9.1.6  E-Commerce
9.2 Broadband
9.2.1  ADSL
9.2.2  Fibre
9.2.3  WiMAX
9.2.4  WiFi
10.  Democratic Republic of Congo
10.1 Overview
10.1.1  Internet user statistics
10.2 ISP market
10.2.1  Africanus.net
10.2.2  InterConnect, Vodanet
10.2.3  Microcom
10.2.4  Cielux Telecom
10.2.5  Global Broadband Solution (GBS)
10.2.6  Other ISPs
10.3 Internet cafes
10.4 Internet exchange points (IXP)
11.  Djibouti
11.1 Overview
11.2 Internet statistics
11.3 Broadband statistics
12.  Egypt
12.1 Internet market
12.1.1  Overview
12.1.2  Internet statistics
12.1.3  Free Internet project
12.1.4  Affordable Personal Computer (APC) programs
12.1.5  E-schools
12.1.6  Public internet access locations
12.1.7  Facebook and LinkedIn
12.2 ISP and data service providers in Egypt
12.2.1  Data service operators
12.2.2  Data centres
12.2.3  ISP market
12.2.4  Internet gateways
12.2.5  Cairo Regional Internet Exchange (CRIX)
12.2.6  VSAT networks
12.3 Broadband market
12.3.1  Forecasts  internet users 2015; 2018
12.3.2  Broadband initiative
12.3.3  DSL
12.3.4  Fibre
12.3.5  Wireless broadband
12.3.6  Broadband over Powerlines (BPL)
13.  Eritrea
13.1 Overview
13.2 Internet statistics
14.  Ethiopia
14.1 Internet market
14.1.1  Overview
14.1.2  Internet statistics
14.1.3  Forecast  Internet users  2014; 2017
14.1.4  National connectivity
14.1.5  Public internet access locations
14.1.6  VoIP grey market
14.1.7  E-government
14.1.8  E-learning
14.1.9  ISP market
14.2 Broadband market
14.2.1  ADSL
15.  Gabon
15.1 Overview
15.1.1  Internet statistics
15.2 ISP market
15.2.1  Gabon Telecom
15.2.2  Internet Gabon
15.2.3  Solsi
15.3 Broadband market
15.3.1  ADSL
15.3.2  WiMAX
16.  Gambia
16.1 Internet market
16.1.1  Overview
16.1.2  Internet connectivity
16.1.3  ISP market
16.1.4  Internet Exchange Point (IXP)
16.2 Broadband market
16.2.1  ADSL/SDSL
16.3 WiMAX
16.4 WiFi
17.  Ghana
17.1 Internet market
17.1.1  Overview
17.1.2  Internet statistics
17.1.3  Facebook and LinkedIn
17.1.4  PC penetration, Affordable computer programs
17.1.5  Public Internet Access Venues (PAVs)
17.1.6  Dial-up
17.2 ISP market
17.2.1  Major ISPs
17.2.2  Ghana Internet Service Providers Association (GISPA)
17.2.3  Ghana Internet Exchange Point (GIX)
17.3 Broadband market
17.3.1  Overview
17.3.2  Broadband statistics
17.3.3  ADSL
17.3.4  Wireless broadband
17.3.5  Powerline Communication (PLC)
18.  Guinea
18.1 Internet market
18.1.1  Overview
18.1.2  ISP market
18.2 Broadband market
18.2.1  Overview
18.3 WiMAX
18.4 SchoolWeb WiFi Network
19.  Kenya
19.1 Internet market
19.1.1  Overview
19.1.2  Internet statistics
19.1.3  Forecast internet users  2015; 2018
19.1.4  Facebook and LinkedIn
19.1.5  PC penetration, e-waste ban
19.1.6  Public internet access locations
19.1.7  Internet backbone infrastructure
19.1.8  Internet Exchange Points (IXP)
19.1.9  Kenya Network Information Centre (KENIC)
19.1.10  National broadband strategy
19.1.11  TV white space
19.2 ISP market
19.2.1  Africa Online Kenya
19.2.2  AccessKenya (Dimension Data)
19.2.3  Wananchi Online
19.2.4  MTN Business Kenya (formerly UUNet)
19.2.5  Swift Global (KDN)
19.2.6  InterConnect, Internet Solutions Kenya
19.2.7  Orange Kenya (Telkom)
19.3 Broadband market
19.3.1  Overview
19.3.2  ADSL
19.4 Wireless broadband
19.4.1  WiFi
19.4.2  WiMAX
19.5 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
20.  Lesotho
20.1 Internet market
20.1.1  Overview
20.1.2  Lesotho's ISP market
20.2 Broadband market
20.2.1  Overview
20.2.2  ADSL
20.2.3  WiMAX
20.2.4  WiFi
20.3 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
21.  Liberia
21.1 Internet Market Overview
21.1.1  Internet statistics
21.1.2  ISP market
21.1.3  Internet banking
21.2 Broadband market
21.2.1  Overview
21.2.2  WiMAX
22.  Libya
22.1 Internet market
22.1.1  Overview
22.1.2  Internet statistics
22.1.3  Computer initiatives  One Laptop per Child (OLPC)
22.1.4  Libya's ISP market
22.1.5  Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
22.2 Broadband market
22.2.1  Broadband statistics
22.2.2  ADSL
22.3 WiMAX
22.4 WiFi
22.4.1  FttP
23.  Madagascar
23.1 Internet market
23.1.1  Overview of the internet in Madagascar
23.1.2  Public internet access locations
23.1.3  Data licensees
23.1.4  Madagascar's ISP market
23.2 Broadband market
23.2.1  ADSL
23.2.2  WiMAX
23.2.3  WiFi
24.  Malawi
24.1 Internet market
24.1.1  Overview
24.1.2  Malawi's ISP market
24.1.3  VoIP
24.2 Broadband market
24.2.1  ADSL
24.3 WiMAX, WiFi
24.3.1  Broadmax
25.  Mali
25.1 Internet Market Overview
25.1.1  Internet statistics
25.1.2  Internet cafes
25.1.3  Multipurpose Community Telecentres (MCTs)
25.1.4  The Cybertigi project
25.1.5  SchoolNet
25.1.6  One Laptop per Child (OLPC)
25.1.7  ISP market
25.2 Broadband market
25.2.1  ADSL
25.2.2  WiMAX
26.  Mauritius
26.1 Internet market Overview
26.1.1  Internet statistics
26.1.2  Personal computers
26.1.3  Cyber City Project
26.1.4  ISP market
26.1.5  Internet Exchange Point (IXP)
26.2 Broadband market
26.2.1  ADSL
26.2.2  WiFi
26.2.3  WiMAX
26.2.4  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
27.  Morocco
27.1 Internet connectivity
27.1.1  National fibre backbone
27.1.2  The MARWAN network
27.2 Morocco's ISP market
27.2.1  MTDS
27.3 Broadband market
27.3.1  ADSL
27.3.2  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
27.3.3  Broadband over Powerlines (BPL)
27.3.4  National Broadband Plan 2012-2022
27.3.5  Broadband over Powerlines (BPL)
28.  Mozambique
28.1 Internet Market Overview
28.1.1  Internet statistics
28.1.2  Internet connectivity
28.1.3  Public internet access locations
28.1.4  Cost of personal computers
28.1.5  Mozambique's ISP market
28.1.6  Mozambique Internet Exchange Point (MOZ-IX)
28.1.7  E-government
28.2 Broadband market
28.2.1  ADSL
28.2.2  Broadband via cable TV (TV Cabo)
28.2.3  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
29.  Namibia
29.1 Internet Market Overview
29.1.1  Internet connectivity
29.1.2  White Space for internet access
29.1.3  Namibia's ISP market
29.1.4  SchoolNet Namibia
29.2 Broadband market
29.2.1  ADSL
29.2.2  FttX
29.3 Wireless broadband
29.4 WiMAX
29.5 WiFi
30.  Nigeria
30.1 Internet Market Overview
30.1.1  Government measures
30.1.2  Internet statistics
30.1.3  Limited availability of PCs
30.1.4  Public Internet access locations
30.1.5  Internet Exchange Points (IXP)
30.1.6  Country code top level domain (ccTLD) administration
30.2 ISP market
30.2.1  Internet Service Providers Association of Nigeria (ISPAN)
30.2.2  Selected ISPs
30.3 Broadband market
30.4 Overview
30.4.1  National Broadband Plan
30.5 ADSL
30.6 Wireless broadband
30.6.1  Odu'a Telecom
30.6.2  Swift Networks
30.6.3  Startech Connection
30.6.4  Nitel
30.6.5  Netcom Africa
30.6.6  MWEB Nigeria
30.6.7  Gateway Communications
30.6.8  2.3GHz auction
30.6.9  2.5GHz auction
30.7 WiFi
30.7.1  Accelon, Internet Solutions
30.7.2  Jigawa Broadband Access Network
30.7.3  Polestar/5G WiFi network in Lagos
30.7.4  NaijaWiFi
30.7.5  Abuja WiFi, WiMAX
30.7.6  Enugu
30.7.7  Bharti Airtel
30.8 WiMAX
30.9 Broadband over Powerlines (BPL)
30.10 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
31.  Rwanda
31.1 Internet Market Overview
31.1.1  Internet statistics
31.1.2  ISP market
31.1.3  Rwanda Internet Exchange Point (RIXP)
31.1.4  Cybercafes and telecentres
31.1.5  One Laptop per Child (OLPC)
31.1.6  Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
31.2 Broadband market
31.2.1  Overview
31.2.2  ADSL
31.2.3  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
31.2.4  WiMAX, WiBro
31.2.5  WiFi
32.  Senegal
32.1 Internet Market Overview
32.1.1  Internet statistics
32.1.2  Internet connectivity
32.1.3  Low-cost computers
32.1.4  ISP market
32.1.5  VoIP
32.2 Broadband market
32.2.1  ADSL
32.2.2  WiFi
33.  Sierra Leone
33.1 Internet and Broadband Market Overview
33.1.1  Internet statistics
33.1.2  ISPs and converged service providers
33.1.3  VoIP Internet telephony
33.1.4  Broadband market
34.  South Africa
34.1 Internet Market Overview
34.1.1  Internet statistics
34.1.2  Forecast  Internet users  2015, 2018
34.1.3  Forecast  Broadband subscribers  2015, 2018
34.1.4  Internet demographics
34.1.5  Community access projects
34.2 South Africa's ISP market
34.2.1  Internet Service Providers Association (ISPA)
34.2.2  Selected major ISPs
34.3 Broadband Market Overview
34.3.1  ADSL
34.3.2  Wireless broadband
34.3.3  Broadband over powerlines (BPL)
34.3.4  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
35.  South Sudan
35.1 Internet Market Overview
35.1.1  Internet statistics
35.1.2  South Sudan's ISP market
35.2 Broadband market
35.2.1  Overview
35.2.2  WiMAX and WiFi
36.  Sudan
36.1 Internet Market Overview
36.1.1  Internet statistics
36.1.2  ISP market
36.1.3  Sudan Internet Society (SiS)
36.2 Broadband market
36.2.1  ADSL
36.2.2  WiMAX
37.  Swaziland
37.1 Internet Market Overview
37.1.1  Internet statistics
37.1.2  Public internet access locations
37.1.3  Computer Education Trust (CET)
37.1.4  Swaziland's ISP market
37.1.5  Swaziland Internet Exchange Point
37.2 Broadband Market Overview
37.2.1  ADSL
38.  Tanzania
38.1 Internet Market Overview
38.1.1  Limited availability of PCs
38.1.2  Public internet access locations
38.1.3  Tanzania's ISP market
38.1.4  ccTLD management
38.2 Broadband Market Overview
38.2.1  Broadband statistics
38.2.2  ADSL
38.2.3  Cable modem
38.2.4  Wireless broadband
39.  Tunisia
39.1 Internet Market Overview
39.1.1  Internet statistics
39.1.2  PC market and penetration
39.1.3  Public Internet access locations
39.1.4  Agence Tunisienne d'Internet (ATI)
39.1.5  Internet censorship, Net neutrality
39.1.6  Tunisia's ISP market
39.2 Broadband Market Overview
39.2.1  DSL
39.2.2  WiMAX
39.2.3  Mesh WiFi
39.2.4  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
40.  Uganda
40.1 Internet Market Overview
40.1.1  Public Internet access locations
40.1.2  Personal computer market
40.1.3  Dial-up
40.1.4  International bandwidth
40.2 Uganda's ISP market
40.2.1  Overview, licensing
40.2.2  Selected ISPs
40.2.3  Uganda Internet Exchange Point (UiXP)
40.3 Broadband Market Overview
40.3.1  ADSL
40.3.2  WiMAX, LTE
40.3.3  WiFi
40.3.4  Fibre
41.  Zambia
41.1 Internet market
41.1.1  Overview
41.1.2  Public internet access locations
41.1.3  Zambia's ISP market
41.2 Broadband Market Overview
41.2.1  ADSL
41.2.2  Fibre
41.2.3  Leased lines
41.2.4  WiMAX
41.2.5  WiFi
42.  Zimbabwe
42.1 Overview
42.1.1  Internet statistics
42.2 Public Internet access locations
42.3 Data carriers
42.3.1  Africom Zimbabwe
42.3.2  DataOne, SatNet
42.3.3  Powertel Communications
42.3.4  Telco Internet
42.3.5  Broadlands Networks
42.3.6  Aquiva
42.4 Zimbabwe's ISP market
42.4.1  Africa Online Zimbabwe
42.4.2  ComOne
42.4.3  Ecoweb
42.4.4  iWayAfrica (MWEB)
42.4.5  Zimbabwe Online (ZOL)
42.5 Zimbabwe Internet Exchange (ZINX)
42.6 Broadband in Zimbabwe
42.6.1  ADSL
42.6.2  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
42.6.3  WiMAX
42.6.4  WiFi


List Of Figure

Chart 1  Algeria  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Chart 2  Angola  Internet users and penetration rate in Angola  2005  2015
Chart 3  Benin  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Chart 4  Botswana  Internet users and penetration rate in Botswana  2000  2015
Chart 5  Burkina Faso  Internet users and penetration rate in Burkina Faso  2005  2015
Chart 6  Cameroon  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 7  Chad  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 8  DRC  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 9  Djibouti  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Chart 10  Egypt  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2016
Chart 11  Egypt  Fixed-line internet subscribers and penetration  2003  2015
Chart 12  Egypt  Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration  2002  2015
Chart 13  Eritrea  Internet users and penetration rate  2004 - 2015
Chart 14  Ethiopia  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 15  Gambia  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 16 - Kenya  Internet users and penetration rate 2005 - 2015
Chart 17  Lesotho  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 18  Lesotho  Fixed-line internet and broadband subscribers  2002  2015
Chart 19  Liberia  Internet users and penetration rate in Liberia  2005  2015
Chart 20  Madagascar  Internet users and penetration rate  2000  2015
Chart 21  Malawi  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 22  Mali  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 23  Mauritius  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 24  Mauritius  Internet subscribers by type  2006  2013
Chart 25  Mauritius  Broadband subscribers by type  2004  2015
Chart 26  Morocco  Internet subscribers and penetration  2004  2015
Chart 27  Morocco  Internet subscribers, ADSL and total  2003  2015
Chart 28  Mozambique  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 29  Namibia  Internet users and penetration rate  1996  2015
Chart 30 - Nigeria  Internet users and penetration rate  2000 - 2015
Chart 31  Rwanda  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005- 2015
Chart 32  Senegal  Fixed-line internet users and penetration rate in Senegal  2005  2015
Chart 33  Sierra Leone  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 34  South Africa  Internet users and penetration rate in South Africa  2002 - 2015
Chart 35  Sudan  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Chart 36  Swaziland  Internet users and penetration rate  2000  2015

Chart 37  Ugand a  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Exhibit  2  Libya  An overview of the One Laptop per Child project
Exhibit  3  Orange Mali wireless broadband pricing  2015
Exhibit  4  South Africa  Large ISPA members
Exhibit  5  Zambia  Licensed ISPs



 


List Of Table

Table  1  Africa  Internet users in selected African countries  2010  2015
Table  2 - Africa  Internet user penetration in selected African countries  2010-2015
Table  3  Fixed broadband subscribers in selected African countries  2010 - 2015
Table  4  Algeria  Historic - Internet users and penetration rate  1999 - 2004
Table  5  Algeria  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  6  Algeria  Forecast  internet users  2013; 2016
Table  7  Algeria  Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration  2003 - 2015
Table  8  Algeria  Djaweb SHDSL pricing residential  June 2015
Table  9  Algeria  Djaweb WiFi/DSL pricing business  June 2015
Table  10  Angola  Internet users and penetration rate in Angola  2005 - 2015
Table  11  Angola  Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration rate in Angola  2006 - 2015
Table  12  Angola  TV Cabo broadband pricing  2015
Table  13  Benin's international internet bandwidth  2000 - 2013
Table  14  Benin  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  15  Benin  Internet subscribers by technology  2009 - 2015
Table  16  Benin  Mobile internet subscribers by operator  2008 - 2014
Table  17  Benin  DSL subscribers  2004 - 2014
Table  18  Benin  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2003 - 2014
Table  19  Benin  Wireless broadband subscribers  2010 - 2014
Table  20  Botswana  Wholesale bandwidth pricing in Botswana by capacity 2011 - 2014
Table  21  Botswana  Internet users and penetration rate in Botswana  2009 - 2015
Table  22  Botswana  Broadband subscribers  2012 - 2015
Table  23  Botswana  DSL broadband subscribers  2008 - 2015
Table  24  Botswana  Fixed wireless broadband subscribers  2008 - 2014
Table  25  Burkina Fasos international internet bandwidth  2002 - 2013
Table  26  Burkina Faso  Internet users and penetration rate in Burkina Faso  2005 - 2015
Table  27  Burkina Faso  Fixed-line internet subscribers  2006 - 2015
Table  28  Burkina Faso  FasoNet (Onatel) internet subscribers  2006 - 2014
Table  29  Burkina Faso  ADSL (Onatel) subscribers in Burkina Faso  2005 - 2013
Table  30  Burkina Faso  FasoNet (Onatel) ADSL pricing  2010 vs. 2013
Table  31  Burkina Faso  Wireless broadband subscribers  2007 - 2013
Table  32  Cameroon  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  33  Cameroon  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  34  Chad  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  35  Chad  Internet subscribers  2009 - 2015
Table  36  Cote dIvoire  Internet access market revenue  2008 - 2015
Table  37  Cote dIvoire  Internet access market investment  2008 - 2015
Table  38  Cote dIvoire  Internet users and penetration rate - 2000 - 2015
Table  39  Cote dIvoire  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2011 - 2015
Table  40  Cote dIvoire  ISP market share of subscribers  2012  2014
Table  41  Cote dIvoire  Orange ADSL pricing  2014
Table  42  Cote dIvoire  VipNet ADSL pricing  2014
Table  43  DRC  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  44  DRC  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  45  Djibouti  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  46  Djibouti  Fixed-line internet subscribers and penetration  2006 - 2014
Table  47  Djibouti International internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  48  Djibouti Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  49  Egypt  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2016
Table  50  Egypt  Proportion of internet users by access technology  2009 - 2014
Table  51  Egypt  Dial-up internet subscribers  2006 - 2014
Table  52  Egypt  Fixed-line internet subscribers and penetration  2003 - 2015
Table  53  Egypt  TE DSL subscribers  2009 - 2014
Table  54  Egypt  Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  55  Egypt  Forecast internet users  2015; 2018
Table  56  Egypt  DSL subscribers, total vs TE  2006 - 2014
Table  57  Eritrea  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  58  Eritrea  Fixed-line internet subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  59  Eritrea  International Internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  60  Ethiopia  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  61  Ethiopia  Internet subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  62  Ethiopia  Forecast internet users  2014; 2017
Table  63  Ethiopia  Ethio Telecom capped ADSL pricing  August 2014
Table  64  Ethiopia  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2007 - 2015
Table  65  Gabon  Fixed-line internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  66  Gabon  Fixed-line internet subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  67  Gabon  Fixed-line and mobile internet subscribers  2011 - 2015
Table  68  Gabon  Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  69  Gabon  Market share of internet subscribers  2013 - 2014
Table  70  Gabon Telecom internet subscribers  2007 - 2014
Table  71  Gabon  DSL subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  72  Gambia  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  73  Gambias international internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  74  Gambia  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  75  Gambia  Netpage unlimited WiMAX pricing  2012
Table  76  Ghana  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  77  Ghana  Fixed-line internet subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  78  Ghana  Dial-up internet subscribers  2005 - 2010
Table  79  Ghana  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  80  Ghana  DSL subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  81  Ghana Telecom broadband subscribers  2013 - 2015
Table  82  Guinea  Mobile internet connections (EDGE, GPRS, 3G)  2010 - 2014
Table  83  Guinea  Fixed-line internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  84  Guinea  ISP market share of subscribers  Jun 2013
Table  85  Kenya  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  86  Kenya  Internet subscriptions  2010 - 2015
Table  87  Kenya  Wireless internet subscriptions by access technology  2010 - 2014
Table  88  Kenya  Fixed-line internet subscriptions by access technology  2010 - 2014
Table  89  Kenya  Internet services revenue and investments  2009 - 2014
Table  90  Kenya  Forecast internet users  2015; 2018
Table  91  Kenya  Fixed-line internet subscribers by operator  2013 - 2014
Table  92  AccessKenya corporate leased-line customers  2008  2012
Table  93  Lesotho  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  94  Lesotho  Fixed-line internet and broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  95  Lesotho  ETL capped DSL pricing  2015
Table  96  Lesotho  DSL broadband subscribers  2012- 2015
Table  97  Liberia  Internet users and penetration rate in Liberia  2005 - 2015
Table  98  Liberia  Fixed-line internet subscribers  2007 - 2015
Table  99  Libya  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  100  Libya  ADSL broadband subscribers  2006 - 2015
Table  101  Libya  ADSL pricing  2008  2013; 2015
Table  102  Madagascar  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  103  Madagascar  Fixed-line internet subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  104  Madagascar  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2006 - 2015
Table  105  Madagascar  DSL broadband subscribers  2010 - 2015
Table  106  Malawi  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  107  Malawi  Fixed internet subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  108  Malawi  Fixed broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  109  Mali  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  110  Mali  Internet subscribers, Sotelma vs Orange Mali  2008 - 2012
Table  111  Mali  Internet and broadband subscribers  2011 - 2015
Table  112  Mali  DSL subscribers  2011 - 2015
Table  113  Mali  DSL subscribers  2006 - 2014
Table  114  Mauritius  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  115  Mauritius  Internet subscribers by type  2006 - 2013
Table  116  Mauritius  Orange broadband subscribers  2012 - 2015
Table  117  Mauritius  Broadband subscribers by type  2004 - 2015
Table  118  Mauritius  Broadband penetration (fixed and mobile)  2006 - 2015
Table  119  Mauritius  Telecom Plus broadband subscribers  2009 - 2014
Table  120  Mauritius  MT ADSL and dial-up subscribers  2005 - 2012
Table  121  Mauritius  Wireless broadband subscribers  2009 - 2014
Table  122  Morocco  Market share of overall internet subscribers by ISP  2012 - 2015
Table  123  Morocco  Average revenue per internet subscriber  2012 - 2013
Table  124  Morocco  Average revenue per internet subscriber  2012 - 2015
Table  125  Morocco  Maroc Telecom internet subscribers by access technology  2005 - 2015
Table  126  Morocco  Internet subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  127  Morocco  Fixed-line broadband (DSL) subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  128  Morocco  Distribution of ADSL access in Morocco by speed 2012 - 2015
Table  129  Morocco  Internet subscriber market share: DSL and mobile  2009 - 2015
Table  130  Mozambique  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Table  131  Mozambique  DSL broadband subscribers  2006 - 2015
Table  132  Mozambique  TDM ADSL pricing  2015
Table  133  Mozambique  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2007 - 2015
Table  134  Mozambique  NetCabo cable broadband pricing  2015
Table  135  Namibia  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  136  Nigeria  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  137  Nigeria  International internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  138  Nigeria  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2007 - 2015
Table  139  Nigeria  Active fixed-wireless broadband lines  2007 - 2015
Table  140  Rwanda  Internet subscribers and penetration rate  2005- 2015
Table  141  Rwanda  Internet subscribers by platform  2005- 2014
Table  142  Rwanda  Internet subscribers by ISP  2011 - 2014
Table  143  Rwanda  Dial-up internet subscribers by operator  2013 - 2014
Table  144  Rwanda  Broadband (>256kb/s) subscribers by type  2013 - 2014
Table  145  Senegal  Fixed-line internet users and penetration rate in Senegal  2005 - 2015
Table  146  Senegal  Internet subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  147  Senegal  Internet subscriber penetration  2011 - 2015
Table  148  Senegal  Market share of internet connections by platform  2011 - 2014
Table  149  Senegal  Internet subscribers by platform  2011 - 2014
Table  150  Senegal  Market share of internet subscribers by operator  2012 - 2014
Table  151  Senegal  International internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  152  Senegal  ADSL subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  153  Senegal  Fixed wireless internet subscribers  2012  2015
Table  154  Senegal  Fixed wireless broadband market share by operator (keys)  2013 - 2014
Table  155  Sierra Leone  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  156  South Africa  Internet users and penetration rate in South Africa  2005 - 2015
Table  157  South Africa  Forecast internet users  2015; 2018
Table  158  South Africa  Forecast broadband subscribers  2015; 2018
Table  162  South Africa's international internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  159  South Africa  Telkom DSL subscribers  2013 - 2015
Table  160  South Africa  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  161  South Africa  Total broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  162  South Africa's international internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  163  Telkom South Africa ADSL subscribers  2005 - 2013
Table  164  Telkom South Africa residential ADSL tariffs  2015
Table  162  South Africa's international internet bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  165  Telkom South Africa WiMAX subscribers  2008 - 2014
Table  166  Neotel South Africa WiMAX tariffs  2014
Table  167  WAPA South Africa industry survey  2006 - 2008
Table  168  South Africa  iBurst subscribers  2005 - 2012
Table  169  South Sudan  International internet bandwidth  2010 - 2012
Table  170  South Sudan  Broadband subscriptions, fixed vs. wireless  2010 - 2015
Table  171  Sudan  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  172  Sudan  Fixed broadband subscribers  2010  2015
Table  173  Swaziland  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  174  Swaziland  International internet bandwidth  2009 - 2013
Table  175  Swaziland  Real Image ADSL pricing  2010 (discontinued)
Table  176  Swaziland  SPTC ADSL pricing  2012 - 2014
Table  177  Tanzania  Internet users and penetration rate  2005  2015
Table  178  Tanzania  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  179  Tanzania  Internet subscribers  2008 - 2015
Table  180  Tanzania  Internet cafes in service  2008 - 2014
Table  181  Tanzania  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  182  Tanzania  Cable modem broadband subscribers  2005 - 2014
Table  183  Tunisia's international bandwidth  2001; 2006 - 2013
Table  184  Tunisia  Internet subscribers, users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  185  Tunisia  PC penetration  2005 - 2013
Table  186  Tunisia  Fixed-line broadband connections by data speed  2014 - 2015
Table  187  Tunisia  ADSL subscribers vs total internet subscribers in Tunisia  2005 - 2015
Table  188  Tunisia  ADSL markets share by operator  2013 - 2015
Table  189  Tunisia  Ooredoo FttP pricing  2015
Table  190  Tunisia  FttP subscribers  2013 - 2015
Table  191  Uganda  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  192  Uganda  Fixed vs. mobile internet subscriptions  2007 - 2015
Table  193  Ugandas international internet bandwidth  2005 - 2014
Table  194  Ugandas internet bandwidth per population  2012 - 2014
Table  195  MTN Uganda WiFi pricing  2015
Table  196  Zambia  International bandwidth  2005 - 2013
Table  197  Zambia  Fixed-line internet subscribers 2009 - 2015
Table  198  Zambia  Fixed-line broadband subscribers  2005 - 2015
Table  199  Zamtel DSL pricing  2015
Table  200  Zimbabwe  Internet users and penetration rate  2005 - 2015
Table  201  Zimbabwe  Fixed-line internet subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  202  Zimbabwe  Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration  2005 - 2015
Table  203  Zimbabwe  Ecoweb broadband subscribers  2012 - 2014
Table  204  Zimbabwe  Ecoweb revenue  2013 - 2014
Table  205  Zimbabwe  ZOL unlimited broadband pricing, residential vs. business  2015
Table  206  Zimbabwe  TelOne ADSL pricing  2012; 2015
Table  207  Zimbabwe  ADSL broadband subscribers  2012 - 2015
Table  208  Zimbabwe  ZOL WiFi hotspot pricing  2015

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