Published on : Nov 15, 2016
ALBANY, NY, Nov 15, 2016: The research study, titled “ Multiplay in the AME: Pricing Discounts and Value-Added Services are Key Operator Strategies,” examines the historical as well as the existing performance of this market on the basis of the progression of each of the market segments.
This 35-page study offers a detailed analysis of the performance of the major regional markets of multiplay across Africa and the Middle East on the basis of various market parameters, such as the production volume, pricing of the services, the dynamics of demand and supply, and sales, capacity utilization, revenue, and the current growth rate of the multiplay market in the respective domestic markets.
According to the research report, Africa and the Middle East will increase from 11.3 mn multiplay households in 2015 to 28.4 mn by 2020, rising at a CAGR of 20.30% during the period from 2016 to 2020. Driven by the rising adoption of multiplay in Israel, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Qatar, thanks to the high penetration of fixed broadband and pay-tv, this market is likely to witness a sturdy rise in the near future.
The manufacturing processes and cost structures have been analyzed at length together with figures associated with import/export consumption, supply and demand, product pricing and production value, and gross margins of the Africa and the Middle East multiplay market.
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The research report provides significant information on the present status of this market, emphasizing especially on its future, and makes it a valued source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the multiplay market across Africa and the Middle East.
In this research study, the market for multiplay in Africa and the Middle East is analyzed on the basis of product, application, and end users. It also assesses this market by considering its performance in the key economies, such as South Africa, the UAE, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, and Qatar.
The research report also offers a detailed and unbiased assessment of the competitive landscape in the Africa and the Middle East multiplay market by reviewing the profiles of prime enterprises in this market. Main strategies and future prospects of the leading players have also been discussed here. Telkom, Maroc Telecom, and Etisalat are the leading market players profiled in this report.
The research study aims at assisting stakeholders operating in the Africa and the Middle East multiplay market in creating effective counter-strategies to achieve a competitive edge over their competitors. It also helps them in improving their decision-making abilities, which will lead them to a successful future.
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