Analysis of Telecomunication Industry

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|ANALYSIS OF PAKISTANI INDUSTRIES | |TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY | | | |The following report enlists telecommunication industry main features and stats along with | |industry analysis and future outcomes | | | |INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT | | | |[pic] | | |

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Table of Contents
LETTER OF ACKNOWLEDGEMENT5
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY6
INTRODUCTION AND KEY STATISTICS7
KEY FACTS OF TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY:7
TELECOM ECONOMY7
TELEDENSITY8
CONTRIBUTION TO NATIONAL EXCHEQUER9
TELECOM REVENUES9
INVESTMENT IN TELECOM SECTOR9
TELECOM IMPORTS10
MOBILE PHONE PENETRATION11
NET ADDITIONS11
NET SUBSCRIBERS ADDED BY CELLULAR COMPANIES:11
MARKET SHARE OF CELLULAR COMPANIES12
AVERAGE REVENUE PER USER12
LOCAL LOOP TELEDENSITY12
BROADBAND SUBSCRIBERS13
MARKET SHARE OF BROADBAND OPERATORS:13
BROADBAND PENETRATION LEVELS14
MAJOR RISKS FACED BY TELECOMMUNICATION SECTORS14
FAILURE TO SHIFT BUSINESS MODELS14
DIS-ENGAGEMENT FROM THE CONSUMER MINDSET15
LACK OF CONFIDENCE IN RETURN ON INVESTMENT15
INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION TO TURN DEMAND IN TO VALUE15
LACK OF REGULATORY CERTAINITY ON NEW MARKET STRUCTURES16
FAILURE TO CAPITALIZE ON NEW TYPES OF CONNECTIVITY:16
POORLY FORMULATED PARTNERSHIP STRATEGIES:16
FAILURE TO DEFINE NEW BUSINESS METRICS:16
PRIVACY, SECURITY AND RESILLIENCE:16
LACK OF ORGANIZATIONAL FLEXIBILITY:17
PORTER’S FIVE FORCES MODEL:17
THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS:17
ECONOMIES OF SCALE:18
PRODUCT DIFFERENTIATION:18
CAPITAL COSTS:18
SWITCHING COSTS:18
ACCESS TO CHANNELS:19
GOVERNMENT POLICIES:19
STRUCTURAL DETERMINANTS:19
THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES:19
SUBSTITUTE PRODUCTS:19
SWITCHING COSTS FOR SUBTITUTES:20
IDENTIFICATION ASPECT:20
STRUCTURAL DETERMINANTS:20
BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS:20
NUMBER OF BUYERS:20
VOLUME PURCHASES:20
BACKWARD INTEGRATION:21
INDUSTRY THREAT OF FORWARD INTEGRATION:21
SWITCHING COSTS:21
PRICE SENSITIVITY:21
STRUCTURAL DETERMINANTS:21
BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS:21
NUMBER OF SUPPLIERS:22
SWITCHING COSTS:22
SUPPLIERS THREAT TO FORWARD INTEGRATION:22
INDUSTRY THREAT OF BACKWARD INTEGRATION:22
QUALITY CONTRIBUTION:22
COST CONTRIBUTION:22
INDUSTRY IMPORTANCE TO SUPPLIER:22
STRUCTURAL DETERMINANTS:23
COMPETITIVE RIVALARY:23
NUMBER OF COMPETITORS:23
CHURN RATE:23
GROWTH TREND:23
PRODUCT LIFE CYCLES:23
STRUCTURAL DETERMINANTS:24
EXIT BARRIERS:24
GOVERNMENT RESTRICTIONS:24
SWOT ANALYSIS OF PAKISTAN TELECOM SECTOR:25
STRENGTHS:25
WEAKNESSES:25
OPPORTUNITIES:25
THREATS:25
PEST ANALYSIS FOR TELECOM SECTOR OF PAKISTAN:26
POLITICAL ANALYSIS:26
ECONOMIC ANALYSIS:26
SOCIAL ANALYSIS:27
TECHNOLOGICAL ANALYSIS:27
PORTER’S DIAMOND MODEL AND TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY27
PROBLEMS OF TELECOM SECTOR [pic]31
RECOMMENDATIONS35
Conclusion39
References:40

LETTER OF ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

For the successful accomplishment of the report we are first and foremost thankful to Allah, the Benefactor and the Merciful, as without His help and guidance nothing is possible. I would like to thank the Institute of Business Management, for giving us this opportunity to work and to learn from practical experience the various insights of analysis...
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