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The Middle East Mobile Benchmark

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Aarkstore.com announces, a new market research report is available in its vast collection:
The Middle East Mobile Benchmark

A subscription product from Tariff Consultancy Ltd (TCL) first published in June 2010 reveals the many different fixed broadband offerings available in the 52 countries surveyed. It shows the diversity of products that are being introduced in both emerging and mature broadband markets with data speed and packaging being the key product differentiators.

This bi-annual subscription service tracks and analyses prices for Fixed Broadband Services including FTTH (both business and residential) and Subscriber Figures. The September 2011 edition features details of 785 products.

Key questions addressed in this service

Which operator offers which speeds at what prices

How many subscribers has an operator added over a period of 6 months.

Which operator drops prices and which operator increases the allowance (changes made as part of an update are marked in red for easy identification)

Who offers the most competitive prices

What offers are available to the business and consumer markets

A like-for-like comparison can be made using the easy to-use excel spreadsheet.

Geographical Coverage

Africa: Egypt, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, Tunisia

Asia: Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, new Zealand, Singapore & Taiwan

EU: All 27 Member States

M. East: Bahrain, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE

Non-EU: Albania, Bosnia, Norway, Switzerland and Turkey

Information covered for each operator

Type of product; Business or Residential or the same for both name of product

Download and upload speed

Inclusive allowance

Connection cost

Recurring cost

Outside allowance cost

Additional comments including contract term, other inclusive allowance etc, discounts offered.
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