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Research and Markets: Malaysia Mobile and Fixed Telecommunications and Pay-TV Markets Report 2014 - HSBB and Mobile Data Innovation Fuel Telecom Revenue Growth

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hhvgwr/malaysia_hsbb) has announced the addition of the "Malaysia: HSBB and Mobile Data Innovation Fuel Telecom Revenue Growth" report to their offering.

Malaysia: HSBB and Mobile Data Innovation Fuel Telecom Revenue Growth', a new Country Intelligence Report offers a precise, incisive profile of Malaysia's mobile and fixed telecommunications and pay-TV markets based on comprehensive proprietary data and insights from our research in the Malaysia market. Published annually, this presentation-quality, executive-level report provides a comprehensive study of the Malaysian telecommunication market, analyzing trends, near-term opportunities, competitive dynamics and evolution of demand by service type and technology/platform across the fixed telephony and broadband, mobile and pay-TV sectors, as well as key regulatory trends.

Key Findings

  • Mobile penetration in Malaysia stood at 144.4% at the end of 2013, and mobile services generated $7.6bn in service revenue during the year, while fixed services, including pay-TV, brought in $3.8bn.
  • Malaysia's High Speed Broadband network launched commercially in just 18 months in 2010, and passed 1.49m premises by the end of 2013. After 103 exchanges were upgraded to next-generation network platforms during the first phase of HSBB, HSBB2 will increase that total to 400 over the three years starting in 2014, benefiting 4.8m premises in all.
  • Having come to terms with the prevailing consumer preference for OTT communication apps, Malaysian operators are adapting their strategies to better monetize traffic generated from OTT usage. One operator offers unlimited use of WhatsApp, WeChat and Web browsing over Opera as add-ons, while Malaysia' leading MVNO launched its own OTT app, which grants users free on-net calls and discounted off-net and international calls.
  • By acquiring a 57% stake in Packet One (owned by Green Packet), Telekom Malaysia received not only 500,000-plus subscribers but also a network of 2,000 sites that provide high-speed broadband in areas to complement TM's current fixed-line network. This will enable TM to offer its subscribers quad-play options and capitalize on the rise of mobile data.

Key Topics Covered:

  1. Executive summary
  2. Market and competitor overview
  3. Regional context
  4. Economic, demographic and political context
  5. Regulatory environment
  6. Demand profile
  7. Service evolution
  8. Competitive landscape
  9. Major market players
  10. Segment analysis
  11. Mobile services
  12. Fixed services
  13. Pay-TV
  14. Identifying opportunities

Companies Mentioned

  • Astro
  • ABNxcess Celcom
  • DiGi
  • Green Packet
  • Maxis
  • Time dotcom
  • Telekom Malaysia
  • U Mobile
  • YTL
  • Packet One Networks

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hhvgwr/malaysia_hsbb

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