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The mobile sector gains momentum in Cambodia

Despite its status as a lesser developed country and remaining one of the poorer countries in Southeast Asia, Cambodia's efforts to expand and upgrade its telecom infrastructure are bearing fruit.

There were previously between eight and ten mobile operators vigorously competing with each other in a market segment that was growing at a rapid rate. A process of rationalisation followed, reducing the number of operators to six.

The mobile subscriber market peaked in 2015 with mobile subscriber penetration of 133%, however since then has seen penetration fall due to maturing market as well as market consolidation amongst the mobile operators. Over the next five years to 2022 the market will gain momentum again but at a relatively slow rate.

Limited fixed-line growth that had come about in Cambodia earlier on had mainly been through investment under foreign assistance plans, focusing on the capital Phnom Penh. Subsequently, geographical coverage did not increase significantly for a decade or more.

The number of fixed telephone lines in Cambodia is slowly declining from a very small base as the mobile segment continues to expand and fixed broadband penetration remains extremely low and under-developed. Penetration is predicted to drop further by 2019.

In 2017 Telecom Cambodia has inaugurated its Greater Mekong Telecom Backbone Network project, which included the installation of a 467km fibre-optic cable connection between Sihanoukville and Kampong Cham.

The fixed broadband market remains highly under-developed in Cambodia. Over the past five years fixed broadband penetration has increased moderately from a very small base.

Mobile broadband has seen very strong growth over the past five years from a small base driven by mature mobile market. Penetration is predicted to continue to grow strongly over the next two years to 2019.

Key Developments:

Telecom Cambodia has inaugurated its Greater Mekong Telecom Backbone Network project.

Mobile broadband has seen very strong growth over the past five years.

Fixed broadband penetration is predicted to reach between over 2% by 2022.

Over the next five years to 2022 the mobile market will grow again but at a relatively slow rate.

The number of fixed telephone lines in Cambodia is slowly declining.

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Table Of Content

Scope

1. Executive summary

2. Key statistics

3. Country overview

3.1 Background

3.2 Economy

4. Telecommunications market

4.1 Market Overview and Analysis

5. Regulatory environment

5.1 Regulatory authority

5.1.1 Ministry of Posts & Telecommunications (MPTC)

5.1.2 Telecommunications Regulator of Cambodia (TRC)

5.1.3 Draft law tabled by MPTC

5.1.4 Huawei government business partner

5.2 Regulatory developments

5.2.1 New Draft Telecommunications Law

5.2.2 Agreement with Chinese Government

5.2.3 VoIP

5.2.4 Dispute: Smart Axiata v. CadComms

5.2.5 Inactive licences

5.2.6 National broadband policy

6. Fixed network operators

6.1 Telecom Cambodia

6.2 Viettel

6.3 Digi

6.4 Kingtel (Emaxx)

7. Telecommunications infrastructure

7.1 Overview of the national telecom network

7.2 Optical fibre networks

7.3 Mobile towers

7.4 International infrastructure

7.4.1 Introduction

7.4.2 Greater Mekong Subregion Information Superhighway (GMS-IS)

7.4.3 Cambodian-Vietnamese Super Highway Telecoms Network

7.4.4 Submarine cable

7.5 Specific IT developments

7.5.1 Cloud Computing

8. Fixed-line broadband market

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Background

8.3 Broadband and Internet statistics

8.4 Forecasts broadband subscribers 2017; 2019; 2022

8.4.1 Notes on scenario forecasts

8.5 Fixed-line broadband technologies

8.5.1 WiMAX

9. Mobile market

9.1 Background

9.2 Mobile statistics

9.3 Mobile broadband

9.4 Forecasts mobile subscribers 2017; 2019; 20222

9.5 Mobile Regulatory issues

9.5.1 Spectrum Auctions

9.5.2 SIM Registration

10. Mobile infrastructure

10.1 4G LTE

10.1.1 Digital Star

10.1.2 Southeast Asia Telecommunications

10.1.3 Smart Axiata

11. Major mobile operators

11.1 Operator statistics

11.2 CamGSM

11.3 Mfone (CamShin)

11.4 Smart Axiata

11.5 Metfone (Viettel)

11.6 CadComms (QB)

11.7 Smart Mobile

11.8 Beeline Cambodia (Sotelco)

11.9 CooTel (Xinwei)

11.10 SEATEL

11.11 GT-Tell (Excell)

12. Digital Media

12.1 Broadcasting

12.2 Cable TV

12.3 Satellite TV

13. Related reports

Table 1 Country statistics Cambodia 2017

Table 2 Telephone network statistics 2017 (e)

Table 3 Broadband and Internet statistics 2017 (e)

Table 4 Mobile statistics 2017 (e)

Table 5 National telecommunications authority

Table 6 Fixed lines in service and penetration 1995-2019

Table 7 Internet penetration 2007-2019

Table 8 Historic-Internet users, annual change and penetration 1997-2016

Table 9 Internet household penetration 2008-2017

Table 11 Fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2005-2017

Table 12 Total international internet bandwidth 1999-2017

Table 13 Forecast Fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2017; 2019; 2022

Table 14 Mobile subscribers, annual growth and penetration 1993-2017

Table 15 Historic-Mobile services sector estimated ARPU 1998-2012

Table 16 Percentage of Population Covered by Type of Mobile Network

Table 17 Mobile broadband subscribers 2010-2019

Table 18 Forecast mobile subscribers and penetration 2012-2017; 2019; 2022

Table 19 Mobile subscribers and market share by operator-2017

Table 20 Historic-Mobile subscribers and market share by operator 2013

Table 21 Historic-Mobile Operators and Systems

Table 22 MobiTel (CamGSM) mobile subscribers 1998-2017

Table 23 Historic-MobiTel: 3G subscribers 2006-2013

Table 24 Historic-Mfone (CamShin) mobile subscribers 1998-2012

Table 25 Smart Axiata: mobile subscribers 1998-2017

Table 26 Metfone (Viettel) mobile subscribers 2009-2017

Table 27 Cadcomms mobile (3G) subscribers 2008-2016

Table 28 Historic- Smart Mobile subscribers 2011-2012

Table 29 Historic-Beeline Cambodia subscribers 2009-2013

Table 30 Key broadcasting statistics

Chart 1-Fixed lines in service and penetration 2006-2019

Chart 2-Internet penetration 2007-2019

Chart 3 Forecast Fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2017; 2019; 2022

Chart 4- Mobile market subscribers and penetration 2007-2017

Chart 5-Mobile broadband subscribers 2010-2019

Chart 6-Forecast mobile penetration 2012-2017; 2019; 2022

Chart 7-Mobile subscribers and market share by operator-2017

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The mobile sector gains momentum in Cambodia

Despite its status as a lesser developed country and remaining one of the poorer countries in Southeast Asia, Cambodia's efforts to expand and upgrade its telecom infrastructure are bearing fruit.

There were previously between eight and ten mobile operators vigorously competing with each other in a market segment that was growing at a rapid rate. A process of rationalisation followed, reducing the number of operators to six.

The mobile subscriber market peaked in 2015 with mobile subscriber penetration of 133%, however since then has seen penetration fall due to maturing market as well as market consolidation amongst the mobile operators. Over the next five years to 2022 the market will gain momentum again but at a relatively slow rate.

Limited fixed-line growth that had come about in Cambodia earlier on had mainly been through investment under foreign assistance plans, focusing on the capital Phnom Penh. Subsequently, geographical coverage did not increase significantly for a decade or more.

The number of fixed telephone lines in Cambodia is slowly declining from a very small base as the mobile segment continues to expand and fixed broadband penetration remains extremely low and under-developed. Penetration is predicted to drop further by 2019.

In 2017 Telecom Cambodia has inaugurated its Greater Mekong Telecom Backbone Network project, which included the installation of a 467km fibre-optic cable connection between Sihanoukville and Kampong Cham.

The fixed broadband market remains highly under-developed in Cambodia. Over the past five years fixed broadband penetration has increased moderately from a very small base.

Mobile broadband has seen very strong growth over the past five years from a small base driven by mature mobile market. Penetration is predicted to continue to grow strongly over the next two years to 2019.

Key Developments:

Telecom Cambodia has inaugurated its Greater Mekong Telecom Backbone Network project.

Mobile broadband has seen very strong growth over the past five years.

Fixed broadband penetration is predicted to reach between over 2% by 2022.

Over the next five years to 2022 the mobile market will grow again but at a relatively slow rate.

The number of fixed telephone lines in Cambodia is slowly declining.

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Scope

1. Executive summary

2. Key statistics

3. Country overview

3.1 Background

3.2 Economy

4. Telecommunications market

4.1 Market Overview and Analysis

5. Regulatory environment

5.1 Regulatory authority

5.1.1 Ministry of Posts & Telecommunications (MPTC)

5.1.2 Telecommunications Regulator of Cambodia (TRC)

5.1.3 Draft law tabled by MPTC

5.1.4 Huawei government business partner

5.2 Regulatory developments

5.2.1 New Draft Telecommunications Law

5.2.2 Agreement with Chinese Government

5.2.3 VoIP

5.2.4 Dispute: Smart Axiata v. CadComms

5.2.5 Inactive licences

5.2.6 National broadband policy

6. Fixed network operators

6.1 Telecom Cambodia

6.2 Viettel

6.3 Digi

6.4 Kingtel (Emaxx)

7. Telecommunications infrastructure

7.1 Overview of the national telecom network

7.2 Optical fibre networks

7.3 Mobile towers

7.4 International infrastructure

7.4.1 Introduction

7.4.2 Greater Mekong Subregion Information Superhighway (GMS-IS)

7.4.3 Cambodian-Vietnamese Super Highway Telecoms Network

7.4.4 Submarine cable

7.5 Specific IT developments

7.5.1 Cloud Computing

8. Fixed-line broadband market

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Background

8.3 Broadband and Internet statistics

8.4 Forecasts broadband subscribers 2017; 2019; 2022

8.4.1 Notes on scenario forecasts

8.5 Fixed-line broadband technologies

8.5.1 WiMAX

9. Mobile market

9.1 Background

9.2 Mobile statistics

9.3 Mobile broadband

9.4 Forecasts mobile subscribers 2017; 2019; 20222

9.5 Mobile Regulatory issues

9.5.1 Spectrum Auctions

9.5.2 SIM Registration

10. Mobile infrastructure

10.1 4G LTE

10.1.1 Digital Star

10.1.2 Southeast Asia Telecommunications

10.1.3 Smart Axiata

11. Major mobile operators

11.1 Operator statistics

11.2 CamGSM

11.3 Mfone (CamShin)

11.4 Smart Axiata

11.5 Metfone (Viettel)

11.6 CadComms (QB)

11.7 Smart Mobile

11.8 Beeline Cambodia (Sotelco)

11.9 CooTel (Xinwei)

11.10 SEATEL

11.11 GT-Tell (Excell)

12. Digital Media

12.1 Broadcasting

12.2 Cable TV

12.3 Satellite TV

13. Related reports

Table 1 Country statistics Cambodia 2017

Table 2 Telephone network statistics 2017 (e)

Table 3 Broadband and Internet statistics 2017 (e)

Table 4 Mobile statistics 2017 (e)

Table 5 National telecommunications authority

Table 6 Fixed lines in service and penetration 1995-2019

Table 7 Internet penetration 2007-2019

Table 8 Historic-Internet users, annual change and penetration 1997-2016

Table 9 Internet household penetration 2008-2017

Table 11 Fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2005-2017

Table 12 Total international internet bandwidth 1999-2017

Table 13 Forecast Fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2017; 2019; 2022

Table 14 Mobile subscribers, annual growth and penetration 1993-2017

Table 15 Historic-Mobile services sector estimated ARPU 1998-2012

Table 16 Percentage of Population Covered by Type of Mobile Network

Table 17 Mobile broadband subscribers 2010-2019

Table 18 Forecast mobile subscribers and penetration 2012-2017; 2019; 2022

Table 19 Mobile subscribers and market share by operator-2017

Table 20 Historic-Mobile subscribers and market share by operator 2013

Table 21 Historic-Mobile Operators and Systems

Table 22 MobiTel (CamGSM) mobile subscribers 1998-2017

Table 23 Historic-MobiTel: 3G subscribers 2006-2013

Table 24 Historic-Mfone (CamShin) mobile subscribers 1998-2012

Table 25 Smart Axiata: mobile subscribers 1998-2017

Table 26 Metfone (Viettel) mobile subscribers 2009-2017

Table 27 Cadcomms mobile (3G) subscribers 2008-2016

Table 28 Historic- Smart Mobile subscribers 2011-2012

Table 29 Historic-Beeline Cambodia subscribers 2009-2013

Table 30 Key broadcasting statistics

Chart 1-Fixed lines in service and penetration 2006-2019

Chart 2-Internet penetration 2007-2019

Chart 3 Forecast Fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2017; 2019; 2022

Chart 4- Mobile market subscribers and penetration 2007-2017

Chart 5-Mobile broadband subscribers 2010-2019

Chart 6-Forecast mobile penetration 2012-2017; 2019; 2022

Chart 7-Mobile subscribers and market share by operator-2017

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