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United Arab Emirates - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

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The UAE has a very strong mobile market and it is closely guarded by the two major operators of Etisalat and du. In 2019 both Etisalat and du are demonstrating keen interest in developing 5G technology and are strongly supported by the TRA which has identified the spectrum bands which will be made available for deployment.

Both operators are majority owned by the government. In 2017 the first two MVNOs began offering services in the UAE however this has not impacted upon competition in any significant way as both are wholly owned either by du and Etisalat. The operators however are facing challenges with the saturated mobile market stifling voice growth.

Etisalat and du have both deployed sophisticated HSPA+ and LTE networks that cover most of the population, underpinning growth opportunities centred on mobile broadband, content and applications. Smart phones are becoming increasingly popular, accounting for the majority of the mobile handsets. The growing availability of low cost smart phones has driven mobile broadband penetration up sharply in the last couple of years.

The well-established fibre-broadband network in the UAE is providing the operators with opportunities to grow new services and offerings such as triple-play.

Key developments:

Recently the TRA was encouraging affordable roaming rates within GCC countries;

In 2018 Etisalat sold its 28% share of Thuraya;

The UAE has attracted international interest from data centre operators;

Licensed VoIP offerings were launched by the operators in 2017;

The UAE hopes to commercially launch 5G in 2020.

Companies mentioned in this report include:

Etisalat; du; Thuraya; Yahsat; Virgin Mobile; Swyp.

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Table 1 Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities United Arab Emirates 2018

Table 2 UAE GDP and inflation 2012 2018

Table 3 UAE telecommunications revenue 2007 2016

Table 4 Etisalat group revenue and net profit 2005 1H 2018

Table 5 Etisalat UAE fixed broadband subscribers 2010 1H 2018

Table 6 du revenue breakdown and profit/loss 2008 2017

Table 7 du fixed line subscribers 2007 2017

Table 8 du fixed line subscriber market share service breakdown 2014; 2016

Table 9 UAE fixed lines in service and teledensity 1995 2018

Table 10 UAE domestic and international voice revenue 2008 2015

Table 11 UAE international telephone revenues 2008 2015

Table 12 UAE monthly fixed-line ARPU and MOU 2008 2015

Table 13 UAE internet users and penetration 1998 2018

Table 14 UAE fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2001-2018

Table 15 UAE international internet bandwidth 2006-2016

Table 16 UAE Subscribers to FttH/FttB 2015 2017

Table 17 UAE Operators fibre broadband market share 2015-2017

Table 18 UAE DSL subscriptions in decline 2008 -2018

Table 19 UAE-Historic-Mobile subscribers and penetration rate-1995-2007

Table 20 UAE-mobile subscribers and penetration 2005 2019

Table 21 UAE historical-mobile revenue and ARPU 2008-2015

Table 22 UAE historical-prepaid vs postpaid revenue 2008-2015

Table 23 UAE prepaid subscribers 2005 2018

Table 24 UAE historical-SMS and MMS sent 2007-2015

Table 25 UAE mo

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Etisalat, du, Thuraya, Yahsat, Virgin Mobile, Swyp.

The UAE has a very strong mobile market and it is closely guarded by the two major operators of Etisalat and du. In 2019 both Etisalat and du are demonstrating keen interest in developing 5G technology and are strongly supported by the TRA which has identified the spectrum bands which will be made available for deployment.

Both operators are majority owned by the government. In 2017 the first two MVNOs began offering services in the UAE however this has not impacted upon competition in any significant way as both are wholly owned either by du and Etisalat. The operators however are facing challenges with the saturated mobile market stifling voice growth.

Etisalat and du have both deployed sophisticated HSPA+ and LTE networks that cover most of the population, underpinning growth opportunities centred on mobile broadband, content and applications. Smart phones are becoming increasingly popular, accounting for the majority of the mobile handsets. The growing availability of low cost smart phones has driven mobile broadband penetration up sharply in the last couple of years.

The well-established fibre-broadband network in the UAE is providing the operators with opportunities to grow new services and offerings such as triple-play.

Key developments:

Recently the TRA was encouraging affordable roaming rates within GCC countries;

In 2018 Etisalat sold its 28% share of Thuraya;

The UAE has attracted international interest from data centre operators;

Licensed VoIP offerings were launched by the operators in 2017;

The UAE hopes to commercially launch 5G in 2020.

Companies mentioned in this report include:

Etisalat; du; Thuraya; Yahsat; Virgin Mobile; Swyp.

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Scope

Table 1 Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities United Arab Emirates 2018

Table 2 UAE GDP and inflation 2012 2018

Table 3 UAE telecommunications revenue 2007 2016

Table 4 Etisalat group revenue and net profit 2005 1H 2018

Table 5 Etisalat UAE fixed broadband subscribers 2010 1H 2018

Table 6 du revenue breakdown and profit/loss 2008 2017

Table 7 du fixed line subscribers 2007 2017

Table 8 du fixed line subscriber market share service breakdown 2014; 2016

Table 9 UAE fixed lines in service and teledensity 1995 2018

Table 10 UAE domestic and international voice revenue 2008 2015

Table 11 UAE international telephone revenues 2008 2015

Table 12 UAE monthly fixed-line ARPU and MOU 2008 2015

Table 13 UAE internet users and penetration 1998 2018

Table 14 UAE fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2001-2018

Table 15 UAE international internet bandwidth 2006-2016

Table 16 UAE Subscribers to FttH/FttB 2015 2017

Table 17 UAE Operators fibre broadband market share 2015-2017

Table 18 UAE DSL subscriptions in decline 2008 -2018

Table 19 UAE-Historic-Mobile subscribers and penetration rate-1995-2007

Table 20 UAE-mobile subscribers and penetration 2005 2019

Table 21 UAE historical-mobile revenue and ARPU 2008-2015

Table 22 UAE historical-prepaid vs postpaid revenue 2008-2015

Table 23 UAE prepaid subscribers 2005 2018

Table 24 UAE historical-SMS and MMS sent 2007-2015

Table 25 UAE mo

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Etisalat, du, Thuraya, Yahsat, Virgin Mobile, Swyp.