Telecommunications

Kenya Telecommunications Industry Report 2022 with Telkom Kenya, Safaricom, Airtel, MTN, Vodacom, Jamii Telecommunications and The East African Marines Systems

DUBLIN, June 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “telecommunications industry in Kenya The 2022 report” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

This report focuses on the telecommunications industry in Kenya and includes information on the status and size of the industry, major players, infrastructure development and technology deployments, major developments, and factors influencing the industry.

There are profiles of 23 companies including major players such as Telkom Kenya, Safaricom and Airtel, South African companies in Kenya such as MTN and Vodacom, data communications services companies such as Jamii Telecommunications and submarine cable companies such as The East African Marines Systems.

Kenya’s telecommunications industry has connected people and facilitated e-learning, remote work, e-commerce and financial services during the pandemic. In response to the increase in demand for mobile voice, data and Internet services, telecommunications companies are deploying infrastructure throughout the country. Kenya launched 5G trials in March 2021becoming the second country Africa do it after South Africa. Kenya is the world’s largest provider of mobile money services.

Infrastructure development

The development of telecommunications network infrastructure has been limited by operational constraints and supply chain disruptions related to the pandemic, but new projects have been launched since 2021, including a project to extend rural towers, installation of 4G towers and deployment of fiber infrastructure. The telecommunications industry continues to expand its coverage, focusing on bridging the digital divide between urban and rural areas.

Tendencies

Mobile phones are the primary voice and data connectivity platform. Despite the availability of relatively cheap smartphones, a large portion of the population cannot afford 3G and 4G compatible devices and still rely on 2G devices. Internet services are becoming more accessible and there is a strong demand for digital services and cashless payments for financial transactions.

We are moving from voice to data, and the prices of voice and data are falling. Safaricom remains the dominant player with the lion’s share of the mobile subscription market, the mobile broadband market and the mobile money market.

Main topics covered:

1. INTRODUCTION

2. COUNTRY PROFILE

3. INDUSTRY DESCRIPTION
3.1. Industry value chain
3.2. Geographical position
3.3. Industry size
3.4. Key success factors and pain points

4. LOCAL
4.1. Key trends
4.2. Notable players
4.3. Company actions
4.4. Regulations
4.5. Business development and socio-economic development

5. AFRICA

6. INTERNATIONAL

7. INFLUENCING FACTORS
7.1. COVID-19
7.2. Economic environment
7.3. Frequency Spectrum Management
7.4. Government support
7.5. Infrastructure
7.6. Corruption
7.7. cyber security
7.8. Technology, Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation
7.9. Work
7.10. Environmental concerns

8. COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT
8.1. Competition
8.2. Entry barriers

9. SWOT ANALYSIS

10. OUTLOOK

11. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS

12. REFERENCES
12.1. Works
12.2. Websites

ANNEX

  • Summary of Notable Native and Foreign Players
  • Company Profiles
  • Airtel Kenya Ltd Networks
  • Dimension Data Solutions East Africa Ltd
  • DT One Fixed and Mobile Pte Ltd
  • East African Marines Systems Ltd (The)
  • Eaton Towers Ltd.
  • Ecohotel International Kenya Ltd
  • Ericsson Kenya Ltd
  • FiberLink Ltd
  • Finserve Africa Ltd
  • Huawei Investment & Holding Co Ltd
  • Jamii Telecommunications Ltd
  • Liquid Smart Technologies Kenya Ltd
  • Mawingu Networks Ltd
  • MTN Business Kenya Ltd
  • NewTelco South Africa (Pty) Ltd
  • Poa Internet Kenya Ltd
  • Safaricom PLC
  • Sea Submarine Communications Ltd
  • Space Engineering Ltd
  • Telkom Kenya Ltd
  • Vodacom Group Ltd
  • Wananchi Group Kenya Ltd
  • ZTE (Kenya)Ltd

Companies cited

  • Airtel Kenya Ltd Networks
  • Dimension Data Solutions East Africa Ltd
  • DT One Fixed and Mobile Pte Ltd
  • East African Marines Systems Ltd (The)
  • Eaton Towers Ltd.
  • Ecohotel International Kenya Ltd
  • Ericsson Kenya Ltd
  • FiberLink Ltd
  • Finserve Africa Ltd
  • Huawei Investment & Holding Co Ltd
  • Jamii Telecommunications Ltd
  • Liquid Smart Technologies Kenya Ltd
  • Mawingu Networks Ltd
  • MTN Business Kenya Ltd
  • NewTelco South Africa (Pty) Ltd
  • Poa Internet Kenya Ltd
  • Safaricom PLC
  • Sea Submarine Communications Ltd
  • Space Engineering Ltd
  • Telkom Kenya Ltd
  • Vodacom Group Ltd
  • Wananchi Group Kenya Ltd
  • ZTE (Kenya)Ltd

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