SINGAPORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- By end-2018, half the African population will be covered by LTE networks, as LTE base station deployment swells at a CAGR of 40% over the next five years, finds
However, LTE network population coverage will be far from homogenous across the region, with a few countries such as
Meanwhile, African LTE cellular subscriptions are projected to multiply at a CAGR of 128% to surpass 50 million at the end of 2018—nearly half are expected to be able to use VoLTE services.
“What makes this exponential subscription growth possible is the increasing affordability of LTE handsets a few years down the road,” notes
The “4G Subscribers, Devices and Networks” Market Data contains regional as well as selected country-level segmentation for the 4G market, including mobile WiMAX and LTE. Segmentation includes subscribers, devices and base stations. These findings are part of the LTE & 5G
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