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[February 25, 2013]

Research and Markets: The World Telecom Statistics and Forecasts, 2006-2015 Study Gives Coverage for 91 Countries

DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d88bcz/world_telecom) has announced the addition of the "World Telecom Statistics and Forecasts, 2006-2015" report to their offering.

The World telecom statistics and forecast portfolio of reports will provide you with a whole range of statistics, forecasts and graphs for the years 2006-2015F, information crucial to your competitive and strategic analysis and planning. This portfolio covers 91 countries in Asia, the Americas, Africa, the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Western Europe. These reports can be purchased as a package or by separate regions as follows:

Africa statistics and forecast report

Asia statistics and forecast report

Americas statistics and forecast report

North Africa statistics and forecast report

Middle East statistics and forecast report

Eastern Europe statistics and forecast report

Western Europe statistics and forecast report

You can also purchase a 1-year subscription for these reports, providing you with quarterly updates by e-mail. The reports include the following indicators on a per country and a regional basis:

- Population

- GDP per capita

- Telecom ServiceRevenue


- Fixed telephone subscribers, penetration and growth

- Mobile telephone subscribers, penetration and growth

- Internet subscribers and users, penetration and growth

- Broadband subscribers, penetration and growth

- Inbound and Outbound International telephone traffic

- Termination rate originating in the US

Countries Covered:

Asia

- Australia

- Bangladesh

- China

- Hong Kong

- India

- Indonesia

- Malaysia

- New Zealand

- Pakistan

- Philippines

- Singapore

- South Korea

- Sri Lanka

- Taiwan

- Thailand

- Vietnam

Americas

- Canada

- USA

- Argentina

- Bolivia

- Brazil

- Chile

- Colombia

- Ecuador

- Mexico

- Paraguay

- Peru

- Uruguay

- Venezuela

Africa

- Algeria

- Egypt

- Ghana

- Guinea

- Kenya

- Libya

- Madagascar

- Morocco

- Nigeria

- Senegal

- Tunisia

- Uganda

Middle East

- Bahrain

- Iran

- Iraq

- Israel

- Jordan

- Kuwait

- Lebanon

- Oman

- Palestine

- Qatar

- Saudi Arabia

- Syria

- Turkey

- UAE

Eastern Europe

- Albania

- Belarus

- Bosnia

- Bulgaria

- Croatia

- Czech Rep.

- Estonia

- Georgia

- Hungary

- Latvia

- Lithuania

- Poland

- Romania

- Russia

- Serbia

- Slovakia

- Slovenia

- Ukraine

Western Europe

- Austria

- Belgium

- Cyprus

- Denmark

- Finland

- France

- Germany

- Greece

- Ireland

- Italy

- Luxembourg

- Netherlands

- Norway

- Portugal

- Spain

- Sweden

- Switzerland

- United Kingdom

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d88bcz/world_telecom


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