Research and Markets: Telecommunications Markets of Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa Report – Analysis, Technologies & Forecasts


( has announced the addition of the "The Impact of Regulatory Developments within the Telecommunications Markets of Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa" report to their offering.

This study analyses the regulatory environment concerning telecommunications in selected countries within the African continent. The aim of the research is to assess the impact of regulations on the development of the telecommunications market in Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa.

Key Findings:

Broadband - Demand for faster Internet access coming from consumers, while international bodies such as the ITU are promoting investment in broadband infrastructure

Radio Spectrum - A limited and scarce resource that is needed for the development of last-mile broadband connectivity

Digital Migration - The shift from analogue to digital TV transmission that allows spectrum to be re-allocated for the use of wireless communications

Additional Developments Affecting the Telecommunications Landscape:

Use of TV white spaces (TVWS) and unlicensed radio spectrum to meet demands for spectrum

Emergence of over-the-top (OTT) providers delivering services (audio, video, and text content) through Internet connectivity

Need to define net neutrality and data protection regulations to ensure fair competition

Research Aim and Objectives:

To assess the impact of regulations on the development of the telecommunications market in selected African countries

To provide an overview of developments relating to broadband, radio spectrum, and digital migration in key African countries

To highlight regulations and policies affecting the selected telecommunications markets

To identify relevant challenges impacting the provision of telecommunications in the selected countries

Report Structure:

1. Executive Summary

2. Research Objectives and Scope

3. Broadband Development

4. Radio Spectrum

5. Digital Migration

6. Other Factors Affecting Telecommunications Development

7. The Last Word

8. The Frost & Sullivan Story

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Source: Research and Markets