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The status of mobile termination regulation in the Middle East & Africa Market Research Report

Press Release   •   Sep 23, 2010 23:34 IST

Mobile call termination has always been high on the agenda for regulators in many countries, and recent years have been no exception, with NRAs paying even more attention to the regulation of mobile termination. Using our recent mobile termination rate (MTR) benchmarks for the region, we provide a detailed analysis of how the rates were determined and what their future regulatory treatment might look like. We also compare MTRs in the Middle East & Africa (MEA) with those in Europe, to highlight similarities and differences in their treatment.

Table Of Contents :

Executive summary
In a nutshell
Ovum view
Key messages
Country analysis
Voice call termination
SMS termination
Voice call termination
SMS termination
Saudi Arabia
South Africa

List of Tables
Table 1: The status of mobile call termination in MEA
Table 2: MTRs in Bahrain as of 1Q10
Table 3: MTRs in Egypt as of 1Q10
Table 4: MTR glidepath in Jordan (2006–09)
Table 5: MTRs in Oman as of 1Q10
Table 6: MTRs in Saudi Arabia as of 1Q10

List of Figures
Figure 1: MEA/EU15 MTR comparison, 1Q10 (dollar cents per minute)
Figure 2: MTR glidepath in Kenya (2007–09)
Figure 3: MTR glidepath in Nigeria (2010–13)
Figure 4: SMS termination glidepath in Nigeria (2010–13)
Figure 5: Proposed MTR glidepath for South Africa (2010–12)
Figure 6: MTR glidepath in Tanzania (2004–12)
Figure 7: MTRs in Turkey (2009–10)

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