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中東:固定ブロードバンド市場

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中東:固定ブロードバンド市場 Middle East - Fixed Broadband Market
出版日: 2015年12月09日 ページ情報: 英文 75 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、中東の固定ブロードバンド部門における動向と発展の概要について取り上げ、バーレーン、イラン、イラク、イスラエル、ヨルダン、クウェート、レバノン、オマーン、カタール、サウジアラビア、シリア、トルコ、アラブ首長国連邦 (UAE) 、イエメンを対象に、通信インフラ、主要企業、促進要因・阻害要因、主要統計について、体系的な情報を提供しています。

第1章 地域の概要

  • FttP普及率はアラブの石油産油国で50%以上

第2章 バーレーン

  • イントロダクションと統計概要
  • 市場分析
  • ブロードバンド統計
  • ブロードバンド加入者予測
  • DSLネットワーク
  • FttPとFttH
  • その他の固定ブロードバンドサービス

第3章 イラン

  • イントロダクションと統計概要
  • 市場分析
  • ブロードバンド統計
  • 予測:ブロードバンド加入者
  • DSLネットワーク
  • FttPとFttH
  • その他の固定ブロードバンドサービス
  • 競合問題

第4章 イラク

  • 概要
  • FttPとFttH
  • 衛星ブロードバンド
  • その他の固定ブロードバンドサービス

第5章 イスラエル

  • イントロダクションと統計概要
  • 市場分析
  • ブロードバンド統計

第6章 ヨルダン

  • イントロダクションと統計概要
  • 市場分析
  • ブロードバンド統計
  • 予測:ブロードバンド加入者
  • DSLネットワーク
  • FttPとFttH
  • その他の固定ブロードバンドサービス
  • 競合問題

第7章 クウェート

  • イントロダクションと統計概要
  • 市場分析
  • ブロードバンド統計
  • DSLネットワーク
  • FttPとFttH
  • その他の固定ブロードバンドサービス

第8章 レバノン

  • 市場分析
  • ブロードバンド統計
  • ブロードバンド加入者予測
  • 競合問題
  • DSLネットワーク
  • FttPとFttH
  • その他の固定ブロードバンドサービス

第9章 オマーン

  • イントロダクションと統計概要
  • ブロードバンド加入者予測
  • ADSL
  • FttH
  • ワイヤレスブロードバンド

第10章 カタール

  • イントロダクションと統計概要
  • DSLネットワーク
  • FttPとFttH

第11章 サウジアラビア

  • 概要
  • ブロードバンド予測
  • ADSL
  • FttH
  • 固定ワイヤレスブロードバンド

第12章 シリア

  • イントロダクションと統計概要
  • 市場分析
  • ブロードバンド統計
  • FttPとFttH

第13章 トルコ

  • イントロダクションと統計概要
  • 市場分析
  • ブロードバンド統計
  • DSLネットワーク
  • ケーブルモデム
  • FttCとFttH

第14章 アラブ首長国連邦 (UAE)

  • イントロダクションと統計概要
  • 市場分析
  • ブロードバンド統計
  • FttPとFttH
  • その他の固定ブロードバンドサービス
  • 固定ワイヤレス (Wi-Fi、WiMAX)
  • 衛星経由インターネット

第15章 イエメン

  • イントロダクションと統計概要
  • 市場分析
  • ブロードバンド統計
  • DSLネットワーク
  • その他の固定ブロードバンドサービス

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This report provides a comprehensive overview of trends and developments in the fixed broadband sector of the Middle East and includes insights into the supporting telecoms infrastructure, major players, drivers and inhibitors and key statistics. Included in the report are the following countries: Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and Yemen. The report analyses and provides statistics for the Middle East fixed broadband sector.

Researcher:- Kylie Wansink

Executive Summary

Fixed broadband development making great strides in some Middle Eastern markets

Broadband infrastructure is becoming increasingly important in the Middle East as the large and increasingly tech savvy populations place more and more demand on existing infrastructure. In order to meet this demand, many governments in the region are investing heavily in broadband infrastructure including fibre-optic rollouts and improved mobile broadband networks. International and regional broadband connectivity are also key considerations for the future.

Currently the Middle East offers a varied picture when it comes to fixed broadband infrastructure with some markets moving ahead in terms of deployment and others lagging behind due to economic, civil unrest or political inhibitors. The UAE, for example, has one of the most advanced broadband markets at both a regional and global level where as Yemen, for comparison purposes, has seen a slow development of its telecoms market due its weak economic position at both a regional and global level, along with years of political unrest and civil fighting. Due to the instability of fixed telecoms infrastructure in Yemen there has been a surge in satellite broadband use.

Many countries in the Middle East are now transferring telecoms infrastructure spending towards fibre-optic deployment rather than new DSL infrastructure. The UAE boasts the world's highest penetration of Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH), ahead even of South Korea and Hong Kong. The country has been leading the Global FttH Ranking since 2012 and in early 2015 the estimated FttH household penetration had reached nearly 70%.

In Qatar attention has also turned away from developing DSL networks as the operators and government focus their efforts on fibre network build-outs. This is in-line with the Qatar National Vision 2030 which was developed in 2008 and sees, in part, the country invest in its fibre infrastructure.

Saudi Arabia's fixed broadband market is experiencing a major technology shift from ADSL to fibre as well, with STC expanding FttH coverage to most urban centres, and another two companies - Go Telecom and Mobily - also offering FttH services.

Broadband services are widely available in Turkey, with competition predominantly infrastructure based. ADSL continues to represent the majority of fixed broadband subscriptions due to the reach of Turk Telekom's copper network. ADSL will eventually lose its dominance due to the rapid growth in fibre subscriptions however.

Israel has a very high household internet penetration rate, almost all of which are broadband connections. There are three competing broadband platforms - the DSL and fibre network of fixed-line incumbent Bezeq, the HFC network of HOT, and the mobile broadband products offered by the mobile operators.

Increased Internet speeds and improved broadband capacity has fuelled growth for Lebanon's ICT sector. The government has made concerted efforts to introduce lower prices and offer higher speeds for broadband as well as reduce fixed and mobile telephone tariffs.

Prior to the current civil conflict in Syria, the country was making progress and had installed an extensive fixed-line infrastructure in terms of the number of lines. STE had also deployed equipment to support the delivery of broadband services and increased transmission capacity to provide the requisite bandwidth. While these were positive signs - the current situation in Syria means its telecommunications infrastructure is very vulnerable.

Iraq is also struggling due to the civil unrest and while attempts have also been made to deploy fibre optic infrastructure across Iraq; its penetration is still very low and expensive. The full extent of the damage to these networks by the current civil war is as yet unknown.

Jordan is also developing its fibre network and has been working towards a National Broadband Network since 2003. At times development has halted due to a lack of funds and in 2014 around 35% of the planned network had been deployed.

There has been a recent and renewed push towards improving fixed broadband infrastructure - particularly fibre-based networks in Oman. As part of it National Broadband Strategy, Oman Broadband Company (OBC) has enabled access to fibre networks for around 70,000 residential and commercial businesses around Muscat. By 2040 it hopes to have all homes and businesses connected to its national broadband infrastructure.

While mobile is booming in Kuwait; the same cannot be said for broadband and fibre deployment. Fixed broadband penetration is low, blamed on underinvestment in infrastructure and the lack of a national broadband policy. The absence of an independent regulator in particular is thought to be an inhibitor to attracting fixed broadband investment in Kuwait. However with parliament approving plans towards a regulator in 2015, this matter may be resolved in near the future.

Despite the relatively low penetration of fixed broadband in Iran; there are moves underway to improve broadband access, with the FttX operator Iranian-Net currently deploying a fibre network which aims to have 8 million customers by 2020.

Bahrain has always been at the forefront of Internet penetration in the Middle East region and since the introduction of greater competition, and the consequent fall in prices, broadband subscriber numbers have grown rapidly.

Overall the progress of fixed broadband development in many parts of the Middle East is very positive. The region is well serviced by international and regional submarine cables. The launch of the Tamares Telecom submarine network in 2012 more than doubled total capacity. In January 2014, capacity again surged and almost redoubled with the launch of the Middle East North Africa (MENA) Cable System. The Bay of Bengal Gateway (BBG) and the SEA-ME-WE-5, with a capacity of 24Tb/s, which is due to become operational in 2016 will increase this capacity even further.

Key developments:

  • Since 2010, fibre broadband has become the fastest growing technology in the UAE.
  • Fixed home Internet access in Yemen is expensive with consumers required to purchase a router and pay for on-going monthly bundles, which can be cost prohibitive. For this reason many citizens choose to utilize Internet cafes instead.
  • Qatar is considered to be one of the most highly connected markets in the Middle East and offers significant opportunity with high numbers of mobile and broadband subscribers combined with wealth due to its large natural gas reserves.
  • Strong fixed broadband growth is expected in Turkey as Turk Telekom focuses on growing broadband revenue to offset expected falling Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) voice revenue due to continuing mobile substitution and competition entering the retail fixed-line voice market.
  • Israel's fixed line sector has recently undergone an important reform with the government opening up the market to wholesale rental.
  • Lebanon was an early investor in fibre-optic technology with an extensive fibre network already laid throughout the country.
  • Syria has a tightly controlled market where the domestic and international fixed-line market remains under the strict monopoly of the government-owned Syrian Telecommunication Establishment (STE). STE is currently the sole provider of infrastructure and is responsible for all types of telecommunications, including Internet bandwidth.
  • Broadband penetration is growing strongly in Saudi Arabia. Broadband is available via ADSL, fibre, and wireless.
  • In Jordan the national broadband network is currently being built.
  • Iraq has traditionally supported the deployment of fibre infrastructure.
  • Oman has a number of broadband alternatives including ADSL, Fibre, WiFi, WiMAX and mobile broadband platforms.
  • The deployment of fibre networks throughout Kuwait has been steady but slow. The government recognises that the existing copper based infrastructure will not keep up with the data demands of the future.
  • Broadband penetration is improving in Iran, given the growing number of competing ISPs, made possible through a licensing scheme.
  • The TRA is overseeing the build-out of a national broadband fibre-optic network in Bahrain which it hopes that 80% of the population will have access to by 2018.

Companies mentioned in this report

Etisalat, du; TeleYemen, Public Telecommunications Corporation (PTC); Ooredoo Qatar, Vodafone Qatar, Qatar National Broadband Network (QNBN); STC, Go Telecom, Mobily; Turk Telekom, Superonline, Superonline, Vodafone Turkey; Bezeq, HOT Telecom, 013 NetVision, 012 Smile Telecom, Xfone 018; Ogero Telecom, Cable One, Cedarcom, GlobalCom Data Services (GDS), Pesco Telecom, Sodetel, IDM/Cyberia, TerraNet, Lebanese Broadband Stakeholders Group (LBSG); STE; ITPC, URUKLINK, Newroz,IQ Networks; Orange Jordan; Omantel, Oman Broadband Company (OBC); Kuwait Ministry of Communications (MoC), Qualitynet, Zajil KEMS, FASTtelco, Gulfnet; Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI), Iranian-net; 2Connect, Batelco, Etisalcom, Kalaam Telecoms, Lightspeed, Mena Telecoms, Nuetel Communications, Rapid Telecoms, Zain Bahrain.

Table of Contents

1. Region Overview

  • 1.1 FttP penetration levels of more than 50% in Arab oil states

2. Bahrain

  • 2.1 Introduction and statistical overview
  • 2.2 Market analysis
  • 2.3 Broadband statistics
  • 2.4 Broadband subscriber forecasts
    • 2.4.1 Scenario 1 - higher growth
    • 2.4.2 Scenario 2 - lower growth
  • 2.5 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks
  • 2.6 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) and Fibre-To-The-Home (FttH)
    • 2.6.1 National Broadband Network (NBN)
  • 2.7 Other fixed broadband services
    • 2.7.1 Fixed wireless (WiFi and WiMAX)
    • 2.7.2 iBurst

3. Iran

  • 3.1 Introduction and statistical overview
  • 3.2 Market analysis
    • 3.2.1 Censorship
  • 3.3 Broadband statistics
  • 3.4 Forecasts - broadband subscribers
  • 3.5 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks
  • 3.6 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) and Fibre-To-The-Home (FttH)
  • 3.7 Other fixed broadband services
    • 3.7.1 Fixed wireless (WiFi and WiMAX)
  • 3.8 Competition issues
    • 3.8.1 ISP market

4. Iraq

  • 4.1 Overview
    • 4.1.1 Internet statistics
  • 4.2 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) and Fibre-To-The-Home (FttH)
  • 4.3 Satellite broadband
  • 4.4 Other fixed broadband services
    • 4.4.1 Fixed wireless (WiFi and WiMAX)

5. Israel

  • 5.1 Introduction and statistical overview
  • 5.2 Market analysis
  • 5.3 Broadband statistics

6. Jordan

  • 6.1 Market analysis
  • 6.2 Broadband statistics
  • 6.3 Forecasts - broadband subscribers
    • 6.3.1 Scenario 1 - higher growth
    • 6.3.2 Scenario 2 - lower growth
  • 6.4 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks
  • 6.5 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) and Fibre-To-The-Home (FttH)
  • 6.6 Other fixed broadband services
    • 6.6.1 Fixed wireless (WiFi and WiMAX)
  • 6.7 Competition issues
    • 6.7.1 ISP market

7. Kuwait

  • 7.1 Introduction and statistical overview
  • 7.2 Market analysis
  • 7.3 Broadband statistics
  • 7.4 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks
  • 7.5 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) and Fibre-To-The-Home (FttH)
  • 7.6 Other fixed broadband services
    • 7.6.1 Fixed wireless (WiFi and WiMAX)

8. Lebanon

  • 8.1 Market analysis
  • 8.2 Broadband statistics
  • 8.3 Broadband subscriber forecasts
    • 8.3.1 Scenario 1 - higher growth
    • 8.3.2 Scenario 2 - lower growth
  • 8.4 Competition issues
    • 8.4.1 Data service providers
    • 8.4.2 ISP market
  • 8.5 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks
  • 8.6 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) and Fibre-To-The-Home (FttH)
  • 8.7 Other fixed broadband services
    • 8.7.1 Fixed wireless (WiFi and WiMAX)
    • 8.7.2 Internet via satellite (Ku band services)

9. Oman

  • 9.1 Introduction and statistical overview
    • 9.1.1 Internet and broadband statistics
  • 9.2 Broadband subscriber forecasts
    • 9.2.1 Scenario 1 - higher growth
    • 9.2.2 Scenario 2 - lower growth
  • 9.3 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
  • 9.4 Fibre to the Home (FttH)
  • 9.5 Wireless broadband
    • 9.5.1 WiFi
    • 9.5.2 WiMAX

10. Qatar

  • 10.1 Introduction and statistical overview
    • 10.1.1 Market analysis
    • 10.1.2 Broadband statistics
  • 10.2 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks
  • 10.3 Fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) and Fibre-to-the-home (FttH)
    • 10.3.1 Qatar National Broadband Network (QNBN)
    • 10.3.2 Vodafone Qatar
    • 10.3.3 Ooredoo

11. Saudi Arabia

  • 11.1 Overview
    • 11.1.1 Censorship
    • 11.1.2 Broadband statistics
  • 11.2 Broadband forecasts
    • 11.2.1 Scenario 1 - higher growth
    • 11.2.2 Scenario 2 - lower growth
  • 11.3 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
  • 11.4 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
  • 11.5 Fixed-wireless broadband
    • 11.5.1 WiFi
    • 11.5.2 WiMAX

12. Syria

  • 12.1 Introduction and statistical overview
  • 12.2 Market analysis
    • 12.2.1 ISP market
  • 12.3
  • Broadband statistics
  • 12.4 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) and Fibre-To-The-Home (FttH)

13. Turkey

  • 13.1 Introduction and statistical overview
  • 13.2 Market analysis
  • 13.3 Broadband statistics
  • 13.4 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks
  • 13.5 Cable modems
  • 13.6 Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FttC) and Fibre-To-The-Home (FttH)

14. United Arab Emirates

  • 14.1 Introduction and statistical overview
  • 14.2 Market analysis
    • 14.2.1 Dubai Internet City (DIC)
    • 14.2.2 Internet cafés
  • 14.3 Broadband statistics
    • 14.3.1 Broadband forecasts
  • 14.4 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) and Fibre-To-The-Home (FttH)
  • 14.5 Other fixed broadband services
  • 14.6 Fixed wireless (WiFi, WiMAX)
  • 14.7 Internet via satellite

15. Yemen

  • 15.1 Introduction and statistical overview
  • 15.2 Market analysis
  • 15.3 Broadband statistics
  • 15.4 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks
  • 15.5 Other fixed broadband services
    • 15.5.1 Fixed wireless (WiFi and WiMAX)
  • Table 1 - Arab States - Regional market share of fixed broadband subscribers - 2014
  • Table 2 - Bahrain - Historic - Internet users and penetration estimates - 1995 - 2004
  • Table 3 - Bahrain - Internet users and penetration estimates - 2005 - 2015
  • Table 4 - Bahrain - Broadband subscribers - 2005 - 2015
  • Table 5 - Bahrain - Forecast broadband subscribers - higher market growth scenario - 2016; 2019; 2024
  • Table 6 - Bahrain - Forecast broadband subscribers - lower market growth scenario - 2016; 2019; 2024
  • Table 7 - Iran - Internet users and penetration estimates - 1996 - 2015
  • Table 8 - Iran - Fixed broadband subscribers - 2000 - 2015
  • Table 9 - Iran - Household PC penetration - 2002 - 2015
  • Table 10 - Iran - Forecast fixed broadband subscribers - higher growth scenario - 2015, 2019; 2024
  • Table 11 - Iran - Forecast fixed broadband subscribers - lower growth scenario - 2015, 2019; 2024
  • Table 12 - Irancell WiMAX subscribers - 2012 - Mid 2014
  • Table 13 - Iraq - Internet user penetration and estimates - 2001 - 2015
  • Table 14 - Iraq - Fixed broadband subscribers - 2006 - 2015
  • Table 15 - Iraq - International Internet bandwidth - 2005 - 2013
  • Table 16 - Iraq - Household PC penetration - 2008 - 2015
  • Table 17 - Israel - Internet users and penetration - 1997 - 2015
  • Table 18 - Israel - Fixed broadband subscribers - 2001 - 2015
  • Table 19 - Israel - Bezeq ADSL subscribers and ARPU- 2005 - 2014
  • Table 20 - Israel - Average broadband speed per Bezeq customer - 2007 - 2014
  • Table 21 - Israel - PC penetration - 2002 - 2014
  • Table 22 - Israel - International internet bandwidth - 2005 - 2014
  • Table 23 - Jordan - Internet users and penetration rate - 1995 - 2015
  • Table 24 - Jordan - Internet subscribers and penetration rate - 1999 - 2015
  • Table 25 - Jordan - Internet subscribers by access method - 2009 -2014
  • Table 26 - Jordan - Forecast broadband subscribers - higher market growth scenario - 2016; 2018; 2022
  • Table 27 - Jordan - Forecast broadband subscribers - lower market growth scenario - 2016; 2018; 2022
  • Table 28 - Jordan - DSL subscribers - 2001 - 2014
  • Table 29 - Kuwait - Internet users and penetration - 1995 - 2015
  • Table 30 - Kuwait - Fixed Broadband subscribers - 2001 - 2015
  • Table 31 - Kuwait - Household PC penetration - 2002 - 2015
  • Table 32 - Lebanon - Internet user and penetration estimates - 1995 - 2015
  • Table 33 - Lebanon - Fixed broadband subscribers and penetration - 2002 - 2015
  • Table 34 - Lebanon - Household PC penetration - 2002 - 2015
  • Table 35 - Lebanon - International Internet bandwidth - 2003 - 2013
  • Table 36 - Lebanon - Forecast fixed broadband subscribers - higher growth scenario - 2019; 2024
  • Table 37 - Lebanon - Forecast fixed broadband subscribers - lower growth scenario - 2019; 2024
  • Table 38 - Oman - Internet users and penetration - 1998 - 2015
  • Table 39 - Oman - Fixed broadband subscribers - 2004 - 2015
  • Table 40 - Omantel Fixed Internet ARPU - 2008 - 2014
  • Table 41 - Ooredoo Oman fixed broadband subscribers - 2010 - 2013
  • Table 42 - Oman - International Internet bandwidth - 2012 - 2014
  • Table 43 - Oman - Forecast broadband subscribers - higher growth scenario - 2015, 2018; 2023
  • Table 44 - Oman - Forecast broadband subscribers - lower growth scenario - 2015, 2018; 2023
  • Table 45 - Qatar - Internet users and penetration - 1995 - 2015
  • Table 46 - Qatar - Fixed broadband subscribers - 2002 - 2015
  • Table 47 - Qatar - Household PC penetration - 2007 - 2015
  • Table 48 - Qatar - International Internet bandwidth - 2003 - 2014
  • Table 49 - Saudi Arabia - Historic - fixed internet users and user penetration - 1995 - 2004
  • Table 50 - Saudi Arabia - Fixed internet users and user penetration - 2005 - 2015
  • Table 51 - Saudi Arabia - Fixed broadband subscriptions - technologies and penetration - 2008 - 2015
  • Table 52 - Saudi Arabia - Fixed and mobile broadband - total and market share - 2002 - 2015
  • Table 53 - Saudi Arabia - household PC penetration - 2002 - 2015
  • Table 54 - Saudi Arabia - Forecast mobile broadband subscriptions - higher growth scenario - 2015, 2020; 2025
  • Table 55 - Saudi Arabia - Forecast mobile broadband subscriptions - lower growth scenario - 2015, 2020; 2025
  • Table 56 - Syria - Fixed Internet subscriptions and households with internet access - 2005 - 2013
  • Table 57 - Syria - Fixed broadband subscribers - 2004 - 2013
  • Table 58 - Syria - International Internet bandwidth - 2004 - 2014
  • Table 59 - Turkey - Broadband subscribers and penetration - 2009 - Q2 2015
  • Table 60 - Turkey - Broadband subscribers by access technology - 2009 - Q2 2015
  • Table 61 - Turkey - ISP market share - June 2013; June 2015
  • Table 62 - Turkey - Average monthly data usage per Turk Telekom broadband subscriber - 2010 - mid 2014
  • Table 63 - Turkey - International Internet Bandwidth - 2003 - 2014
  • Table 64 - Turkey - Turk Telekom Fixed broadband ARPU - 2007 - 2014
  • Table 65 - Turkey - Turk Telekom fibre subscribers - 2013; 2014
  • Table 66 - Turkey - Superonline FttX homes passed and subscribers - 2011 - 2014
  • Table 67 - UAE - Internet users and penetration - 1995 - 2015
  • Table 68 - UAE - fixed broadband subscribers and penetration - 2001 - 2015
  • Table 69 - UAE - Etisalat fixed broadband subscribers - 2010 - 2014
  • Table 70 - UAE - international internet bandwidth - 2005 - 2013
  • Table 71 - UAE - Forecast broadband subscribers - higher growth scenario - 2015, 2020; 2025
  • Table 72 - UAE - Forecast broadband subscribers - lower growth scenario - 2015, 2020; 2025
  • Table 73 - Yemen - Internet user and penetration estimates - 1997 - 2015
  • Table 74 - Yemen - Households with Internet access - 2004 - 2015
  • Table 75 - Yemen - Fixed broadband subscribers - 2005 - 2015
  • Table 76 - Yemen - Household PC penetration - 2005 - 2015
  • Table 77 - Yemen - International Internet bandwidth - 2005 - 2014
  • Chart 1 - Israel - Broadband subscribers and penetration versus PC penetration - 2002 - 2014
  • Chart 2 - UAE - fixed broadband subscribers and annual growth rate - 2001 - 2015
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