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No.R06X0014

アジア各国のモバイルキャリア分析(英語版)

Asia Mobile Operators

出版日 2011年7月
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<Overview>
The report has gathered together a selection of information about each of these many operators. The range of information presented in the text, and where appropriate in tables, includes:

・brief history of the company;
・corporate and business structure;
・subscriber growth;
・some information on financial performance;
・market position.

It is noted that the information provided varies from market to market and operator to operator, depending very much on the availability of statistics and corporate reports.

In some markets we also provide an overall review of the market in which we find these operators; this overview includes such statistical information as market share and Average Revenue per User (ARPU) if available. Within the background information we have also reported on the mergers and acquisition that have been part of a transformational market.

The countries covered in this report include: Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China, Georgia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar (Burma), Nepal, North Korea, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam.

<Executive Summary>
Asia - a diverse market verging on 3 billion subscribers and surging growth in the developing economies
This market report provides a wide-ranging review of mobile operators across the Asian region. The overview covers around 170 operators that were to be found in Asia in 2011.

There was a combined total of just over 2.6 billion mobile subscribers being served by these operators going into 2011 and with an annual growth rate of around 20% the region can be expected to top 3 billion mobile subscribers by year end.

The list of operators ranges from the giant China Mobile with close to 600 million subscribers right through to a number of small operators with only a few thousand subscribers each. It is noted that of the region’s operators just 15 of these (see Table below) have a combined share of around 70% of the regional mobile market. BuddeComm’s overview of operators in the region does not claim to present an exhaustive list of licensed operators but it certainly is indicative of the breadth and variety of operator to be found in the region. It also reflects the highly competitive nature of the mobile sector in this region.

The focus of this report is on the operators within the individual national markets. Of course, in addition to these individual operators there are those companies such as SingTel, Vodafone, Hutchison and Axiata (formerly Telekom Malaysia International) that have built a substantial presence around the region through their shareholdings in operators in multiple markets. This aspect of these corporations is not discussed in any detail but is mentioned in passing in the country by country review.

Table below shows the top 15 operators as ranked by subscribers at December 2010. The list has remained relatively stable over the last year or so. Compared to the top 15 at the end of 2009, Japan’s KDDI has dropped off the list and India’s Tata has come in at number 9 on the table.

With the progressive opening up of markets to more competition, we have seen the licensing of more and more operators in the various countries of the region. One phenomenon in Asia has been the granting of a significant number of mobile operator licences in what have been regarded as smaller markets, ie with relatively low populations as well as low income per capita. We have seen this occur for example in Cambodia, Laos and Georgia. Cambodia has been the standout market in this regard; with the licensing of Vimpelcom in 2009 this market had nine mobile operators for a country whose population was just under 15 million and GDP per capita was less than US$800. The market in Vietnam also became more competitive in 2009 with the arrival of the VimpelCom-backed GTEL-Mobile, the number of operators in Vietnam jumping to seven as a result. No doubt markets like Cambodia and Vietnam will need to go through some form of market rationalisation in the future. In fact this process has already started in Cambodia; the start of 2011 saw two of the operators (Applifone and Latelz) merge, thereby dropping the number of players to eight.

There are only a handful of countries that still cling to a single state-owned incumbent structure today. Typically markets are characterised by a number of operators in each market competing on price, service quality, service offering and other market areas to win market share, build customer bases and healthy businesses. We have seen markets like India where as already noted some rather complex licensing systems saw dozens of operators enter the market; this was followed by a period of market rationalisation, which it is generally agreed ultimately produced a highly effective commercial environment. Similar processes have taken place right across the region.

-CONTENTS-

1. Afghanistan
1.1 Mobile operator statistics
1.2 Afghan Wireless (AWCC)
1.3 Roshan
1.4 MTN (Areeba)
1.5 Etisalat Afghanistan

2. Armenia
2.1 Mobile operator statistics
2.2 ArmenTel (Beeline)
2.3 K-Telecom (VivaCell)
2.3.1 Licensing
2.3.2 Service launch
2.3.3 Growth and development
2.4 Orange Armenia

3. Azerbaijan
3.1 Mobile operator statistics
3.2 Azercell
3.3 Bakcell
3.4 Azerfon (Nar Mobile)
3.5 Catel

4. Bangladesh
4.1 Mobile operator statistics
4.2 CityCell (PBTL)
4.3 GrameenPhone
4.4 Orascom Telecom (formerly Sheba Telecom)
4.5 Robi (formerlyTMIB/AkTel)
4.6 Teletalk
4.7 Airtel Bangla (formerly Warid Telecom)

5. Bhutan
5.1 Mobile operator statistics
5.2 B-Mobile
5.3 Tashi InfoComm

6. Brunei Darussalam
6.1 Mobile operator statistics
6.2 DSTCom
6.3 B-Mobile

7. Cambodia
7.1 Mobile operator statistics
7.2 Overview of operators
7.3 Cambodia GSM (MobiTel)
7.3.1 Millicom sale
7.4 CamShin (Mfone)
7.5 Hello Axiata
7.6 AZ Communications
7.7 Viettel (Metfone)
7.8 CadComms (QB)
7.9 GT-Tell (Excell)
7.10 Latelz (Smart Mobile)
7.11 Applifone (Star Cell)
7.12 VimpelCom (Beeline Cambodia)

8. China
8.1 Mobile operator statistics
8.1.1 Mobile subscribers by operator
8.2 Overview of industry restructure
8.2.1 Restructuring of the telecommunications operators: 1993-2001
8.2.2 Industry restructure: 2002-2007
8.2.3 Drivers for business restructuring in China - 2007
8.2.4 Industry restructure - 2008
8.2.5 Newly formed entities - 2008
8.3 China Mobile Ltd (CML)
8.3.1 Company overview
8.3.2 Company background
8.3.3 China Mobile: Financial statistics
8.3.4 China Mobile: Operations statistics
8.3.5 China Mobile: Business operations strategies
8.3.6 China Mobile investments and the development of m-commerce
8.3.7 China Tietong (merged into China Mobile)
8.4 China Telecom
8.4.1 Company overview
8.4.2 Company background
8.4.3 China Telecom: Financial statistics
8.4.4 China Telecom: Operations statistics
8.4.5 China Telecom: Business operations strategies
8.4.6 China Satcom (merged into China Telecom)
8.5 China Unicom
8.5.1 Company overview
8.5.2 Network capacity
8.5.3 Company background
8.5.4 China Unicom: Financial statistics
8.5.5 China Unicom: Operations statistics
8.5.6 China Netcom (merged into China Unicom)
8.6 Third generation investments
8.6.1 Overview
8.6.2 China Unicom
8.6.3 China Mobile
8.6.4 China Telecom

9. Georgia
9.1 Mobile operator statistics
9.2 Overview of operators
9.3 Geocell
9.4 MagtiCom
9.5 Mobitel
9.6 Aquafon

10. Hong Kong
10.1 Overview
10.2 Market status 2011
10.3 Mobile statistics
10.3.1 Mobile subscribers 1984 - 2012
10.3.2 Mobile prepaid cards 1997 - 2010
10.3.3 Mobile subscribers by operator
10.4 Pacific Century CyberWorks (PCCW)
10.4.1 Company overview
10.4.2 Company background
10.4.3 Financial statistics
10.4.4 Operations statistics
10.5 Hutchison Telecom Hong Kong Holdings (HTHKH)
10.5.1 Company overview
10.5.2 Company background
10.5.3 Financial statistics
10.5.4 Operational statistics
10.6 New World Telecommunications Ltd
10.6.1 Company overview
10.6.2 Company background
10.6.3 Financial statistics
10.6.4 Operational statistics
10.7 Peoples (China Resources Peoples Telephone Co Ltd)
10.8 SmarTone-Vodafone
10.8.1 Company overview
10.8.2 Company background
10.8.3 Financial statistics
10.8.4 Operational statistics

11. India
11.1 Market overview
11.2 Unified Access Service Licences (UASL)
11.3 Market structure and earlier growth
11.3.1 Telecom circles
11.3.2 Mergers and acquisitions
11.3.3 BSNL/MTNL
11.3.4 Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) licences
11.4 Operator and market statistics
11.5 Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL)
11.5.1 Overview
11.5.2 Proposed Initial Public Offering (IPO)
11.5.3 Historical development
11.5.4 3G development
11.6 Bharti Airtel
11.6.1 Overview
11.6.2 ARPU
11.6.3 Corporate structure
11.6.4 Historical development
11.6.5 Key strategic decisions
11.6.6 3G plans
11.7 Loop Mobile (formerly BPL Mobile)
11.7.1 Overview
11.7.2 Corporate structure and development
11.8 Vodafone Essar (formerly Hutchison Essar Telecom Ltd)
11.8.1 Overview
11.8.2 ARPU
11.8.3 Corporate structure
11.8.4 Historical development
11.8.5 Key strategic decisions
11.8.6 3G plans
11.9 Aircel/Dishnet
11.9.1 Overview
11.9.2 Corporate structure
11.9.3 Historical development
11.9.4 3G plans
11.10 Idea/Spice
11.10.1 Overview
11.10.2 ARPU
11.10.3 Corporate structure
11.10.4 Historical development
11.10.5 3G plans
11.11 Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL)
11.11.1 Overview
11.11.2 Historical Development
11.11.3 3G development
11.12 Reliance Communications
11.12.1 Overview
11.12.2 ARPU
11.12.3 Corporate structure
11.12.4 Historical development
11.12.5 3G
11.13 Spice Telecom
11.13.1 Overview
11.13.2 Corporate structure
11.13.3 Historical development
11.14 Tata Teleservices
11.14.1 Overview
11.14.2 Corporate structure
11.14.3 Historical development
11.14.4 3G plans
11.15 Uninor (Unitech)
11.16 Sistema
11.17 S Tel
11.17.1 3G plans
11.18 Videocon
11.19 Virgin Mobile
11.20 Other operators

12. Indonesia
12.1 Mobile operator statistics
12.2 PT Telkomsel
12.2.1 Overview
12.2.2 Corporate structure
12.2.3 Operational statistics
12.2.4 Business strategies
12.2.5 Development of products and services
12.3 PT Indosat
12.3.1 Overview
12.3.2 Corporate structure
12.3.3 Operational statistics
12.3.4 Business and network strategies
12.3.5 PT Satelindo
12.3.6 IM3 Indosat
12.4 XL Axiata (formerly PT Excelcomindo Pratama)
12.4.1 Overview
12.4.2 Corporate structure
12.4.3 Business and network strategies
12.5 PT Sampoerna Telekomunikasi Indonesia (STI)
12.6 Mobile-8
12.7 Axis/Natrindo Telepon Selular
12.8 PT Hutchison CP Telecommunications
12.9 Smart Telecom

13. Japan
13.1 Overview
13.2 Mobile operator statistics
13.3 Market status 2011
13.4 Differentiation efforts
13.5 NTT Corporation
13.5.1 Company Overview
13.5.2 Financial statistics
13.5.3 Government intervention
13.5.4 Business strategy
13.5.5 International expansion
13.6 NTT DoCoMo
13.6.1 Company overview
13.6.2 Financial statistics
13.6.3 Capex allocation
13.6.4 ARPU statistics
13.6.5 Operational statistics
13.6.6 LTE
13.6.7 International investments
13.7 KDDI Corporation
13.7.1 Company Overview
13.7.2 Financial statistics
13.7.3 Operations statistics
13.7.4 Business strategy
13.8 Softbank Corporation
13.8.1 Company overview
13.8.2 Company background
13.8.3 Financial statistics
13.8.4 Operations statistics
13.9 Internet Initiative Japan (IIJ)
13.9.1 Company overview and background
13.9.2 Financial statistics
13.10 eAccess
13.10.1 Company Overview
13.10.2 Company Background
13.10.3 Financial statistics
13.10.4 Operations statistics
13.10.5 Business strategies
13.11 Willcom (DDI Pocket)
13.12 Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO)

14. Kazakhstan
14.1 Mobile operator statistics
14.2 Altel
14.3 GSM-Kazakhstan (K’Cell)
14.4 Kar-Tel (K-Mobile)
14.5 Mobile Telecom Service (NeoTelecom)

15. Kyrgyzstan
15.1 Mobile operator statistics
15.2 MegaCom (BiMoCom Ltd)
15.3 Bitel/Sky Mobile
15.3.1 Ownership issues
15.4 Aktel
15.5 Katel

16. Laos
16.1 Mobile operator statistics
16.2 Lao Telecom
16.3 Enterprise of Telecommunications Lao (ETL)
16.4 Tigo (Millicom)
16.5 Unitel (formerly Lao Asia Telecom)
16.6 Sky Telecom

17. Macau
17.1 Mobile operator statistics
17.2 Compahnia de Telecomunicacoes de Macau (CTM)
17.2.1 Background
17.2.2 Overview
17.2.3 Mobile
17.2.4 Financial results
17.2.5 Operational statistics
17.3 3 Macau (Hutchison Telecom Macau)
17.4 SmarTone Mobile Communications (Macau) Ltd
17.5 China Telecom

18. Malaysia
18.1 Overview
18.2 Mobile operator statistics
18.3 Telekom Malaysia
18.3.1 Overview
18.3.2 Background
18.3.3 Celcom/Telekom Malaysia merger
18.4 Axiata
18.4.1 Overview
18.4.2 Operations
18.5 Celcom
18.5.1 Operating statistics
18.5.2 Business strategies
18.5.3 3G development
18.5.4 Network development
18.6 Maxis Communications
18.6.1 Overview
18.6.2 Background
18.6.3 Maxis/Time merger
18.6.4 IPO
18.6.5 Mobile services
18.6.6 Fixed services
18.7 Digi Communications
18.7.1 Overview
18.7.2 Background
18.7.3 Development
18.7.4 Fixed-line and other services
18.8 U Mobile
18.8.1 Overview
18.8.2 Corporate structure
18.8.3 Operational statistics
18.8.4 Service launch
18.8.5 Network development
18.9 Time dotCom
18.9.1 Overview
18.9.2 3G licence

19. Maldives
19.1 Overview
19.2 Mobile operator statistics
19.3 Dhiraagu (DhiMobile)
19.4 Wataniya Telecom

20. Mongolia
20.1 Overview
20.2 Mobile operator statistics
20.3 MobiCom
20.4 SkyTel
20.5 Unitel
20.6 G-Mobile

21. Myanmar
21.1 Overview of Myanmar’s mobile market
21.2 Mobile operator
21.3 Overview of major operator
21.4 Myanmar P&T (MPT)

22. Nepal
22.1 Mobile operator statistics
22.2 NDCL/Nepal Telecom (NTC)
22.2.1 Third Generation (3G) mobile
22.3 Spice Nepal Pvt Ltd (SNPL)

23. North Korea
23.1 Overview
23.2 Koryolink 3G network
23.3 Lancelot Holdings
23.4 Loxley Pacific (Loxpac)
23.5 Egypt’s Orascom Telecoms Holding

24. Pakistan
24.1 Mobile operator statistics
24.2 Mobilink (PMCL)
24.2.1 WiMax
24.3 Ufone (PTCL)
24.4 Telenor Pakistan
24.4.1 Third Generation (3G) licence
24.4.2 Telenor’s Rabta Centres
24.4.3 Solar-powered network
24.5 Warid Telecom
24.5.1 Solar-powered network
24.6 Zong (formerly CMPak)
24.6.1 Millicom’s exit
24.6.2 China Mobile takes control
24.7 Instaphone (Pakcom)

25. Philippines
25.1 Mobile operator statistics
25.2 Overview of operators
25.3 Globe Telecom
25.3.1 3G services
25.4 Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT)
25.4.1 Smart Communications
25.4.2 Talk ’N Text (TNT) (formerly Piltel)
25.4.3 Red Mobile (CURE)
25.5 Extelcom
25.5.1 Background to 3G licensing process
25.6 Digitel/Sun Cellular
25.7 BellTel

26. Singapore
26.1 Mobile operator statistics
26.2 Overview of operators
26.2.1 Average revenue per user (ARPU)
26.3 Singapore Telecom (SingTel)
26.3.1 Overview
26.3.2 Corporate structure and subsidiaries
26.3.3 Statistics
26.3.4 SingTel Mobile
26.4 StarHub Pte Ltd
26.4.1 Overview
26.4.2 Corporate structure
26.4.3 Operational statistics
26.4.4 Financials
26.4.5 Mobile services
26.5 MobileOne
26.5.1 Overview
26.5.2 Corporate structure
26.5.3 Operating statistics
26.5.4 Financials
26.5.5 Business strategies
26.5.6 Network development

27. South Korea
27.1 Mobile operator statistics
27.1.1 Overview
27.1.2 Mobile ARPU by operator
27.1.3 Mobile quality of service
27.2 Overview of Major Telecom Operators
27.3 KT Corp
27.3.1 Company overview
27.3.2 Company background
27.3.3 KT Corp: Financial statistics
27.3.4 KT Corp: Operations statistics
27.3.5 KT Corp’s strategy
27.3.6 Recent developments
27.4 SK Telecom
27.4.1 Company overview
27.4.2 Company background
27.4.3 SK Telecom: Financial statistics
27.4.4 SK Telecom: Operations statistics
27.4.5 SK Telecom: Business operations strategies
27.4.6 Recent developments
27.5 LG Telecom (LG U+)
27.5.1 Company overview
27.5.2 Company background
27.5.3 LG Telecom: Financial statistics
27.5.4 LG Telecom: Operations statistics
27.5.5 Recent developments
27.6 Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs)

28. Sri Lanka
28.1 Mobile operator statistics
28.2 Overview of operators
28.3 Dialog Axiata (formerly Dialog Telekom)
28.3.1 Company overview
28.3.2 Company statistics
28.3.3 Financials - 2008-2010
28.3.4 Products and services
28.4 Mobitel
28.4.1 Company overview
28.4.2 Financials - 2009/10
28.4.3 Products and services
28.5 Etisalat Sri Lanka (formerly Celltel Lanka and then Tigo)
28.5.1 Company overview
28.5.2 Products and services
28.6 Hutchison Lanka
28.7 Bharti Airtel Lanka
28.8 Third Generation (3G) mobile
28.8.1 Licences
28.8.2 Dialog Telekom 3G
28.8.3 Mobitel 3G
28.8.4 Bharti Airtel 3G

29. Taiwan
29.1 Mobile operator statistics
29.1.1 Mobile operator comparison
29.1.2 Net additions per mobile operator comparison
29.1.3 ARPU per mobile operator comparison
29.1.4 3G mobile operator comparison
29.2 Chunghwa Telecom Co Ltd (CHT)
29.2.1 CHT - background
29.2.2 CHT - financials
29.2.3 CHT - revenue breakdown
29.2.4 CHT - subscriber base
29.2.5 CHT - investments
29.2.6 CHT - market share by segment
29.2.7 CHT - mobile network - overview
29.2.8 CHT - mobile network - 3G
29.2.9 CHT - 2010 financial performance
29.3 Far EasTern Telecommunications Group
29.3.1 Far EasTone - background
29.3.2 Far EasTone - financials
29.3.3 Far EasTone - subscribers
29.3.4 KG Telecom
29.3.5 New Century InfoComm Tech Co Ltd (Sparq)
29.4 Taiwan Mobile (formerly Taiwan Cellular)
29.4.1 Taiwan Mobile - background
29.4.2 Taiwan Mobile - financials
29.4.3 Taiwan Mobile - subscribers
29.4.4 Taiwan Fixed Network Telecom
29.5 Asia Pacific Broadband Wireless (APBW)
29.6 VIBO Telecom

30. Tajikistan
30.1 Mobile operator statistics
30.2 Babilon Mobile
30.3 Indigo Tajikistan
30.4 Somoncom
30.5 Tacom
30.6 TK Mobile
30.7 TT Mobile

31. Thailand
31.1 Mobile operator statistics
31.2 Overview of operators
31.3 Competition
31.4 Advanced Info Service (AIS)
31.4.1 Overview
31.4.2 Key drivers
31.4.3 Statistics
31.4.4 Financials
31.4.5 Developments
31.4.6 3G strategy
31.5 DTAC
31.5.1 Overview
31.5.2 Statistics
31.5.3 Financials
31.5.4 3G strategy
31.6 True Corp
31.6.1 Background
31.6.2 Company structure and financial history
31.6.3 Financials
31.6.4 True Move
31.7 Telephone Organization of Thailand Corp (TOT)
31.7.1 Overview
31.7.2 Proposed privatisation
31.8 Communications Authority of Thailand (CAT)
31.8.1 Overview
31.8.2 Network and business expansion
31.8.3 Proposed privatisation
31.8.4 Proposed CAT/TOT merger
31.8.5 CAT Telecom mobile
31.8.6 Hutchison CAT
31.9 Thai Mobile, TOT and CAT
31.9.1 TOT/CAT joint venture
31.9.2 Statistics
31.9.3 Restructuring of Thai Mobile joint venture
31.9.4 Proposed 3G network

32. Turkmenistan
32.1 Mobile operator statistics
32.2 MTS-Turkmenistan (formerly Barash Communications Technologies (BCT))
32.3 TM Cell (Altyn Asyr)

33. Uzbekistan
33.1 Mobile operator statistics
33.2 Major mobile operators
33.2.1 Uzdunrobita/MTS-Uzbekistan
33.2.2 Unitel
33.2.3 UCell (Coscom)
33.3 Other mobile operators
33.3.1 Uzmacom
33.3.2 Buztel
33.3.3 Perfectum Mobile
33.3.4 Uzbektelecom Mobile

34. Vietnam
34.1 Mobile operator statistics
34.2 VNPT
34.3 Mobifone
34.3.1 Overview
34.3.2 Corporate structure
34.3.3 Network development
34.4 Vinaphone
34.4.1 Overview
34.4.2 Corporate structure
34.4.3 Network development
34.5 CityPhone
34.6 S-Fone (SLD Telecom)
34.7 Viettel
34.7.1 Overview
34.7.2 Network development
34.8 EVN Telecom (formerly VP Telecom)
34.9 Vietnamobile (formerly Hutchison Vietnam/HT Mobile)
34.10 GTel Mobile (Beeline)

35. Glossary of Abbreviations

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