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Introduction

This is an update of the Iraq telecoms market, covering mobile, fixed broadband, operator initiatives, consumer market trends, and regulation. It includes subscriptions and revenue forecasts for mobile and fixed broadband.

Highlights

  • Korek launched 3G services in December 2014, followed by Zain and Asiacell, which launched their 3G services in January 2015 .

Features and Benefits

  • Assesses the current state of the Iraqi data market.
  • Evaluates examples of operator best practice.

Key questions answered

  • How important is price competition in the Iraqi telecoms market?
  • How are operators looking to develop the data market to boost subscriptions and revenues?

Table of contents

Summary

  • Introduction
  • Download 1: Iraq Update, June 2015

Appendix

  • Further reading
  • http://www.wcisplus.com/wcisplus/searches
  • http://wbis.informatm.com/wbis/pages/reports/drilldowns/broadband.html
  • http://wbis.informatm.com/wbis/profiles/country/iraq
  • Author
  • Pankaj Painuly, Research Analyst,Middle East and Africa
  • Pankaj.painuly@ovum.com

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