According to our research report “Turkey Telecom Sector Forecast to 2012”,
Turkey has continued to witness rapid up-gradation and development of its telecommunications sector on the back of several reforms and privatization during the last few years. All the developments have been driven by various factors, such as the government initiatives, rapidly developing business infrastructure, and growing consumer awareness on the usage of telecom services.
Ongoing research found that, the telecom market in Turkey offers huge potential for future developments owing to low fixed-line, Internet, and broadband penetrations in the country. With the improving economic environment, commercial availability of 3G services and various promotional offers featuring several unlimited data or calling offers by the mobile service operators, the country is expected to witness 82 Million mobile subscribers by the end of 2014, equating to a CAGR of around 8%.
The report outlines that, with moderately high rate of mobile penetration and severe competition, the existing mobile operators in Turkey are all keen to offer advanced mobile data services to attract customers and generate additional revenue. They are also trying to convince their customers to move into the new 3G services as a way of freeing up 2G capacity and halting the steady erosion of the ARPUs.
“Turkey Telecom Sector Forecast to 2012”
provides extensive research and in-depth analysis of the Turkish telecom market. It provides an insight into the current market trends and substantiates the data with unbiased and rational analysis. The report provides industry forecast on various telecom segments based on feasible telecom industry environment in Turkey including fixed-line subscribers and penetration, mobile subscribers and penetration, Internet users and Internet penetration, and broadband subscribers. The report also provides thorough analysis on the current and future outlook of various emerging technologies, such as 3G, IPTV, and WiMAX. Besides, the report discusses the regulatory framework governing the telecom industry, which will help clients in planning their strategies accordingly.
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