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Executive Summary

Niger plans to merge its incumbent to form Niger TelecomNiger is one of the largest countries in West Africa but also one of the poorest countries in the world. Similar to many African countries; a lack of fixed telecoms infrastructure has led to growth in mobile services. Niger's mobile penetration sits at over 40% in 2017, while fixed broadband, in comparison has a long way to go with only around 2% penetration.

However recent investments in improving fibre-optic infrastructure in Niger will lead to improved internet networks and access. Specifically, in late 2016 Niger received a boost when the African Development Bank (ADB) awarded EUR43.9 in funding to build-out the Trans-Saharan Dorsal optical fibre (SDR) network.

In late 2016 the Niger government announced it would merge it state-owned fixed line operator, Sonitel, with its wholly owned mobile unit, Sahel-Com, to form a new entity known as Niger Telecom. The merged company hopes to be more efficient through the sharing of resources and infrastructure. It is also hoped that Niger Telecom will be able to operate more competitively as its mobile unit currently holds less than 5% market share.

Key telecom parameters-2013; 2016Sector20132016

Subscribers to telecoms services (million): (e)

Fixed broadband0.0060.015

Fixed-line telephony0.1470.176

Mobile phone5.068.47

Key developments:

Niger is land locked country which prevents it from accessing the undersea cables off the coast of West Africa.

In late 2016 it was announced that Sonitel and Sahel-Com would be merged to form Niger Telecom.

Niger has the lowest percentage of individuals using the internet in the world.

Mobile data penetration is also very low in Niger.

A number of mobile money transfer services have emerged. Companies covered in this report include:Sonitel, Sahel-Com, Niger Telecom, Bharti Airtel, Airtel Niger, Orange Niger, Atlantique Telecom, Moov, Maroc Telecom, Etisalat, African Development Bank.

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Table Of Content

Scope

1. Executive Summary

2. Key statistics

3. Country overview

4. Telecommunications market

4.1 Market analysis

4.2 Recent developments

5. Regulatory environment

5.1 Regulatory authority

5.2 Telecom sector liberalisation

5.3 Access

6. Fixed network operators

6.1 Sonitel

6.2 Orange Niger

7. Telecommunications infrastructure

7.1 Overview of the national telecom network

7.2 Broadband statistics

7.3 Examples of fibre network developments

7.4 International infrastructure (satellite, submarine)

8. Mobile market analysis

9. Mobile statistics

9.1 General statistics

9.2 Mobile voice

9.3 Mobile data

9.4 Mobile broadband statistics

10. Regulatory issues

10.1 Overview

10.2 Licensing

10.3 Spectrum

11. Mobile infrastructure

11.1 GSM, 3G

12. Major mobile operators

12.1 Airtel Niger (formerly Celtel/Zain)

12.2 Orange Niger

12.3 Moov Niger

12.4 SahelCom

13. Mobile content and applications

13.1 m-banking (payments/loans)

14. Related reports


List Of Figure

Chart 1-Mobile versus fixed-line subscribers-2008-2016

Exhibit 1-Niger telecoms operators by license and service segment-2016


List Of Table

Table 1-Country statistics-2016

Table 2-Telephone network statistics-2016

Table 3-Broadband statistics-2016

Table 4-Mobile statistics-2016

Table 5-National telecommunications authorities

Table 6-Fixed lines in service and teledensity-2008-2016

Table 7-Fixed broadband subscribers-2006-2016

Table 8-Mobile subscribers and teledensity-2008-2016

Table 9-Mobile operators, subscribers and market share-2015

Table 10-Active mobile broadband subscriptions-2013-2015

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Executive Summary

Niger plans to merge its incumbent to form Niger TelecomNiger is one of the largest countries in West Africa but also one of the poorest countries in the world. Similar to many African countries; a lack of fixed telecoms infrastructure has led to growth in mobile services. Niger's mobile penetration sits at over 40% in 2017, while fixed broadband, in comparison has a long way to go with only around 2% penetration.

However recent investments in improving fibre-optic infrastructure in Niger will lead to improved internet networks and access. Specifically, in late 2016 Niger received a boost when the African Development Bank (ADB) awarded EUR43.9 in funding to build-out the Trans-Saharan Dorsal optical fibre (SDR) network.

In late 2016 the Niger government announced it would merge it state-owned fixed line operator, Sonitel, with its wholly owned mobile unit, Sahel-Com, to form a new entity known as Niger Telecom. The merged company hopes to be more efficient through the sharing of resources and infrastructure. It is also hoped that Niger Telecom will be able to operate more competitively as its mobile unit currently holds less than 5% market share.

Key telecom parameters-2013; 2016Sector20132016

Subscribers to telecoms services (million): (e)

Fixed broadband0.0060.015

Fixed-line telephony0.1470.176

Mobile phone5.068.47

Key developments:

Niger is land locked country which prevents it from accessing the undersea cables off the coast of West Africa.

In late 2016 it was announced that Sonitel and Sahel-Com would be merged to form Niger Telecom.

Niger has the lowest percentage of individuals using the internet in the world.

Mobile data penetration is also very low in Niger.

A number of mobile money transfer services have emerged. Companies covered in this report include:Sonitel, Sahel-Com, Niger Telecom, Bharti Airtel, Airtel Niger, Orange Niger, Atlantique Telecom, Moov, Maroc Telecom, Etisalat, African Development Bank.

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Scope

1. Executive Summary

2. Key statistics

3. Country overview

4. Telecommunications market

4.1 Market analysis

4.2 Recent developments

5. Regulatory environment

5.1 Regulatory authority

5.2 Telecom sector liberalisation

5.3 Access

6. Fixed network operators

6.1 Sonitel

6.2 Orange Niger

7. Telecommunications infrastructure

7.1 Overview of the national telecom network

7.2 Broadband statistics

7.3 Examples of fibre network developments

7.4 International infrastructure (satellite, submarine)

8. Mobile market analysis

9. Mobile statistics

9.1 General statistics

9.2 Mobile voice

9.3 Mobile data

9.4 Mobile broadband statistics

10. Regulatory issues

10.1 Overview

10.2 Licensing

10.3 Spectrum

11. Mobile infrastructure

11.1 GSM, 3G

12. Major mobile operators

12.1 Airtel Niger (formerly Celtel/Zain)

12.2 Orange Niger

12.3 Moov Niger

12.4 SahelCom

13. Mobile content and applications

13.1 m-banking (payments/loans)

14. Related reports


List Of Figure

Chart 1-Mobile versus fixed-line subscribers-2008-2016

Exhibit 1-Niger telecoms operators by license and service segment-2016


List Of Table

Table 1-Country statistics-2016

Table 2-Telephone network statistics-2016

Table 3-Broadband statistics-2016

Table 4-Mobile statistics-2016

Table 5-National telecommunications authorities

Table 6-Fixed lines in service and teledensity-2008-2016

Table 7-Fixed broadband subscribers-2006-2016

Table 8-Mobile subscribers and teledensity-2008-2016

Table 9-Mobile operators, subscribers and market share-2015

Table 10-Active mobile broadband subscriptions-2013-2015

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