Building investor confidence and effective regulatory intervention are essential to address Iran's growing telecoms technology gap with its Gulf Cooperation Council...
Penetration Iran mobile
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Before I left to catch another presentation, he stopped me with a smile. Reached into his pocket, he pulled out his latest iPhone 5 and asked me for my Facebook name to keep in touch. This is probably not surprising given that Iran is in fact the largest mobile market in the Middle East , with
Previous statistics from June was 41 million users. Also, over 10 million and thousand Iranians are a landline internet subscriber who use ADSL or fiber optic services. The number of landline internet users has not seen much of a growth since June , but mobile internet users have grown over 6 million during the same period from 41 million. Currently, 3G and 4G internet is available by all the Iranian mobile operators in all the major cities in the country.❿
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Mobile penetration Iran
Looking at Iran from a broad perspective; it appears to offer significant opportunities for telecoms growth. Its population is one of the largest in the Middle East, it has a youthful population where the majority are under the age of 30 and there is an unmet demand for both fixed and mobile telecoms services. This is slowly changing in the wake of the lifting of economic sanctions - and a renewed interest in infrastructure investment is emerging. Many unique challenges and opportunities exist in the telecoms Iranian market, which BuddeComm will explore in further detail throughout this report along with analyses of the market, key industry statistics, and information on the key developments and major players. Last updated 2 Jul Update History.