African SIM End User Smart Card Markets

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This is an end user study on the African SIM Market. A detailed look at the African SIM market with some interviews with the mobile operators in the market asking them their opinions on certain trends in the market regarding SIM performance and future demand.

Table of Contents

African SIM End User Smart Card Markets, Executive SummaryOverviewExecutive SummaryAfrican SIM End User Smart Card Markets, IntroductionIntroduction and MethodologyIntroductionMethodologyAfrican SIM End User Smart Card Markets, Overview of the MarketOverview of African Mobile MarketIntroductionMarket Drivers and RestraintsMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket OverviewCurrent Mobile Market in AfricaSignificant African Mobile MarketIntroductionSouth AfricaEgyptDemocratic Republic of Congo (DRC)NigeriaMoroccoGhanaTunisiaKenyaCameroonSudanAlgeriaPromising Areas for GrowthOverviewConclusions ReachedConclusionAfrican SIM End User Smart Card Markets, OperatorsAfrican Mobile OperatorsIntroductionPan-African Mobile OperatorsIntroductionCeltelEconet WirelessMTNVodacomMillicomAreebaOrangeOrascomVodafoneOperators in Key African MarketSafaricomVMobileSummationConclusionAfrican SIM End User Smart Card Markets, The QuestionsRespondentsNature of RespondentsRole Within Organisation in terms of Card IssuanceOverviewIntroductionNumber of New Subscribers in 2005New SIM Cards PurchasedMain SuppliersAverage SIM priceCompetitive PricingSIM Card Operating SystemFuture SIM Operating SystemMemory DensityIntroductionCurrent Memory Density in SIMsSIMs Provided to New UsersFuture Memory Density NormsDemand for Duo SIMsWidespread Application of 128MB CardsSIM FunctionalityReplacement of SIM by Other Form FactorServices Currently Stored on SIMWhich Service have your Subscribers Shown the Highest Demand Services to be Stored on SIM in FutureAppropriate Application Storage SiteDesirability of Memory Cards in Latest HandsetsActive SIM Renewal or Replacement CampaignsImplementation SiteCost of Replacing the SIMsIncentive for UsersCriteria IntroductionPriceReputation of Smart Card ManufacturersReputation of Silicon Chip ManufacturerType of Browsing TechnologyReliability of ProductAfter Sales ServiceProduct PortfolioLocal PresenceDelivery Lead TimeInnovationValue-added ServicesInteroperabilityFutureSIM Browsing Technology in UseLikelihood of Replacement of SIM BrowsingEarning Potential of Data ServicesProprietary Technology on SIM CardsFrequency of SIM Specification AlterationsSIM as Marketing ToolM-Ticketing as Future ServiceMobile Payments as Current Service Offering Mobile Number Portability as Market IssueAfrican SIM End User Smart Card Markets, SIM Card SuppliersOverview of SIM Suppliers to AfricaIntroductionAxaltoCompany OverviewPerceived Service LevelsBluefish TechnologiesCompany OverviewPerceived Service LevelsGemplusCompany OverviewPerceived Service LevelsGiesecke and DevrientCompany OverviewPerceived Service LevelsNamITechCompany OverviewPerceived Service LevelsOberthur Card SystemsCompany OverviewPerceived Service LevelsPrismCompany OverviewPerceived Service LevelsSagem-OrgaCompany OverviewPerceived Service LevelsXpon CardCompany OverviewPerceived Service LevelsConclusionSummationAfrican SIM End User Smart Card Markets, ConclusionConclusions ReachedConclusion Drawn




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