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Published on : Mar 20, 2017

ALBANY, NY, March 20, 2017: The report discusses the key trends, growth opportunities, restraints and growth drivers of the market, along with relevant statistical data. The major mobile network operators and mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) in the Middle East are studied in detail, wherein their product portfolios, major business strategies, and market shares have been revealed.

Increasing adoption of technology, coupled with a vast population base in the Middle East, has been fuelling the demand for mobile network and mobile virtual network services in this region. The MVNO business can offer significant opportunities for expansion, as newer technologies are being widely adopted in the Middle East. On the other hand, a number of regulatory policies and absence of government support, together with the political tension and infrastructure destruction in the region, might limit the growth of the market. 

Key Middle Eastern MVNOs include Virgin Mobile, Lebara, FRiENDi, and Renna. The potential benefits of MVNOs are being assessed by regulators, with a view to support liberalization aimed at boosting competition in terms of price and innovative products and services. The reducing amount of Mobile Termination Rates (MTRs) are likely to encourage the demand for MVNOs. Implementation of mobile number portability services and decreasing the tariff rates of on-net and off-net voice traffic might also provide an impetus to the market in the Middle East. 

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The report discusses the key trends, growth opportunities, restraints and growth drivers of the market, along with relevant statistical data. The major mobile network operators and mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) in the Middle East are studied in detail, wherein their product portfolios, major business strategies, and market shares have been revealed.

Increasing adoption of technology, coupled with a vast population base in the Middle East, has been fuelling the demand for mobile network and mobile virtual network services in this region. The MVNO business can offer significant opportunities for expansion, as newer technologies are being widely adopted in the Middle East. On the other hand, a number of regulatory policies and absence of government support, together with the political tension and infrastructure destruction in the region, might limit the growth of the market. 

Key Middle Eastern MVNOs include Virgin Mobile, Lebara, FRiENDi, and Renna. The potential benefits of MVNOs are being assessed by regulators, with a view to support liberalization aimed at boosting competition in terms of price and innovative products and services. The reducing amount of Mobile Termination Rates (MTRs) are likely to encourage the demand for MVNOs. Implementation of mobile number portability services and decreasing the tariff rates of on-net and off-net voice traffic might also provide an impetus to the market in the Middle East. 

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