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Report: Saudi Arabia ranks first as the most competitive mobile markets Iriba
Saudi Arabia maintained the first position for the third consecutive year.
The results of the index set guides Arab (Arab Advisors Group) annual measurement of the level of competition in the cellular market to 2013, Arabic Saudi Arabia still ranks first with Jordan’s second 116.54% mark 82.82%, then Palestine 71.55%.
According to the benchmark results come Egypt III with a 67.89% then 66.03% Iraq and Oman 64.28% Morocco 64.20%, 64.18% Bahrain and Tunisia 63.03% 59.01% Sudan and Mauritania and Algeria WHA58.28 57.99% and Yemen 56.38% and 54.32% Kuwait and Qatar and U.A.E. 48.68% 47.67% Libya 41.58% ü 40.74%, Syria and finally Lebanon 40.71% mark.
The index of relative competition in nature, where the cellular market compares each relative to other cellular markets. Accordingly, the result of a particular cellular market in this indicator depends on the relative performance of other cellular markets so competitive this market lwazdadt.
Indicator results showed 2013 five countries occupied the top ranking compared with falls in 2012, Iraq and Bahrain, Sudan, Mauritania and Libya. While six other States occupied the lower levels compared with falls in 2012, Oman and Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Syria and Lebanon. Both have maintained the remaining eight countries, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Palestine, Egypt and Yemen, Kuwait and the U.A.E. and Qatar on the standings compared to 2012 index.
This group of Arab workers (Arab Advisors Group) developed a rivalry in the cell market to compare the development of competition in the nineteen Arab countries, taking into account the number of cellular market characteristics and factors affecting it. These factors include the number of cell phone network operators (MNOs) promised new licences in the market and the market shares of the operators and the number of deals available for prepaid services and paid services later, plus offers smart phones and special offers for companies, and 3 g services and competition in international services.
Mr. Mohammed Al-Shawa, Director of research, a group of Arab workers, the report’s findings that Saudi Arabia maintained its rank as the most competitive cellular markets in the Arab world for the third consecutive year. In addition to having four cellular operators and one default networks operator in Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom has benefited from the availability of competition in the sector of international calls (ILD) and offers corporate smart phones and 3 g services.
Arab Advisors Group
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