Jordan: Most Competitive Cell Market

Jordan has overtaken Palestine as the most competitive Arab cellular market, followed closely by Palestine and Algeria. Saudi Arabia’s cellular market moved from 12th place in 2004 to the 6th place in 2005 as the Kingdom successfully and impressively introduced competition in its cellular market. The results are based on Arab Advisors’ objective annual Cellular Competition Intensity Index, which is released annually…

The Cellular Competition Intensity Index results for 2005 revealed that  Jordan now tops the score -as the most competitive Arab market- with an 84% mark followed by Palestine (73%), Algeria (66%), Iraq (62%), Morocco (60%) Saudi Arabia (55%), Yemen (54%), Egypt (51%), Tunisia (49%), Kuwait (43%), Lebanon (42%), Syria (41%), Bahrain (36%), Sudan (32%), Libya (29%), Oman (26%) Qatar 18% and finally UAE at 13%.

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Finally we’re number one at something, and it actually involves technology!

5 thoughts on “Jordan: Most Competitive Cell Market

  1. The competitive market of Jordan is surely somethiThe competitive market of Jordan is surely something to be proud of.
    Etisalat is planning to deduct its DSL prices to become lesser than Wanadoo. I’ve read that in Windows magazine, November’s issue. It was good to read Wanadoo’s name and how Etisalat is comparing itself to a Jordanian company.

  2. Yea UAE’s Telecom is called Etisalat sorry for the misuderstanding. It’s not getting into the field, but they announced the news and said their prices will be even lower than Wanadoo’s.

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