◆英語タイトル：Lebanon - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses
Fibre-based broadband infrastructure improving in LebanonLebanon’s telecoms market holds a unique position in the Middle East given the level of government involvement. While most incumbents in the region are government owned, within Lebanon, government ownership also extends to the country’s two mobile operators.
The government-owned mobile networks are operated by private companies in return for a management fee, with all revenue going to the government. The two networks are currently operated by Zain of Kuwait (Touch) and Orascom of Egypt (Alfa).
Lebanon has improved its fixed infrastructure in recent years, driven by the telecoms ministry. Plans were introduced which saw new landlines and fibre-optic networks installed as well as faster DSL services.
Recently licenses were awarded which allow the three existing services providers to operate and supply FttH services to consumers, using Ogero’s government-owned network. To facilitate this further; in 2019 Ogero became one of the first in the world to conduct a commercial trial of a fixed network slicing solution deployed to its FttH network.
Looking at the mobile sector; both operators have deployed 4G LTE services, underpinning a drive into mobile broadband and presenting a strong alternative to existing fixed offerings. The operators are also preparing for 5G and in 2018 the first successful 5G trial was conducted in Lebanon. The telecoms minister is currently developing 5G test base stations with plans to trial them during 2019.
This report includes BuddeComm’s Telecoms Maturity Index which measures and ranks the maturity of a country’s telecoms industry on a scale of 1 to 100. All countries are placed into one of three categories: ‘Market Leaders’, ‘Market Challengers’ and ‘Emergents’, according to their Market Index score.
An existing submarine cable is expected to be replaced in Lebanon in 2019.
The pricing of telecom services has been raised as an issue in Lebanon in recent years.
The improvements to Lebanons broadband infrastructure will boost the already flourishing digital economy as well as the start-up culture that has attracted international interest and recognition.
In 2018 the first successful 5G trial was conducted in Lebanon.
The 2020 Telecom Vision project managed by the MoT will see improvements in fibre-optic infrastructure with plans for the entire country to be covered in 2020.Companies covered in this report include:
Ogero Telecom, Touch (Zain), Alfa Telecom (Orascom).
1 Key statistics
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1.1 Country overview
2 Telecommunications market
2.1 Historical overview
2.2 Market overview
3 Regional comparison
3.1 Telecoms Maturity index (TMI)
3.2 TMI versus GDP
3.3 Mobile and mobile broadband penetration
3.4 Fixed and mobile broadband penetration
4 Regulatory environment
4.2 Regulatory authority
4.3 Telecom sector liberalisation in Lebanon
4.5 Mobile regulatory issues
5 Fixed network operator
5.1 Ogero Telecom
6 Telecommunications infrastructure
6.1 National telecom network
6.2 International infrastructure
7 Broadband access market
7.1 Market overview
7.2 Broadband statistics
7.3 Competition issues
7.4 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks
7.5 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
7.6 Other fixed broadband services
8 Digital economy
9 Mobile communications
9.1 Market overview
9.2 Mobile statistics
9.3 Mobile data
9.4 Mobile broadband statistics
9.5 Mobile infrastructure
9.6 Major mobile operators
9.7 Mobile handsets
10 Related reports
Table 1 Top Level Country statistics and Telco Authorities Lebanon 2019
Table 2 – Evolution of GDP and inflation in Lebanon 2014 2019
Table 3 Lebanon – Fixed lines in service and teledensity – 2006 2019
Table 4 Lebanon – Internet user and penetration estimates 2013 2019
Table 5 Lebanon – fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2002 2019
Table 6 Lebanon – Historic – Mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 1995 2004
Table 7 Lebanon – mobile subscribers and penetration 2005 2019
Table 8 Lebanon – Mobile operators’ market share 2009 2018
Table 9 Lebanon – active mobile broadband subscriptions 2011 2019
Table 10 Touch mobile subscribers 2005 2018
Table 11 Alfa mobile subscribers 2009 2017
Chart 1 Middle East Telecoms Maturity Index (TMI)
Chart 2 – Middle East – Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita – 2018
Chart 3 Middle East mobile subscriber versus mobile broadband penetration – 2018
Chart 4 Middle East Fixed broadband penetration versus mobile broadband penetration
Exhibit 1 Lebanon’s Telecom Vision 2020
Exhibit 2 The evolution of fixed internet/broadband in Lebanon