DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Rwanda – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband – Statistics and Analyses” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
Rwanda making progress with universal access scheme
The report includes all relevant publisher research data and analysis. Covering trends and developments in telecommunications, mobile, internet, broadband, infrastructure and regulation.
The Rwandan government’s Universal Access Fund was set up to finance telecom service deployment in rural areas, and to ensure that basic telecom services are available at an affordable price. The fund is derived from a 2% levy on revenues.
During fiscal 2020-21, the UAF contributions were RWF5.301 billion, while expenditure was RWF3.828 billion. About 91% of expenditure was assigned to building telecom towers to increase network coverage in underserved areas.
Some 68 mobile sites were built in the year under the UAF, which contributed RWF2.698 billion to the initiative.
In addition, the UAF subsidised the cost of broadband services at 193 sites (including public and private institutions). The UAF gives about RWF100 million annually to the Broadband Systems Corporation (BSC), which provides broadband services in subsidised areas.
Key Topics Covered:
Regional Africa Market Comparison
Tmi Vs Gdp
Mobile and Mobile Broadband Penetration
Fixed Versus Mobile Broadband Penetration
Covid-19 and Its Impact on the Telecom Sector
Economic Considerations and Responses
Mobile Network Developments
Major Mobile Operators
Mobile Content and Applications
Fixed-Line Broadband Market
Rwanda Internet Exchange Point (Rixp)
Cybercafes and Telecentres
One Laptop Per Child (Olpc)
Fixed-Line Broadband Technologies
Fixed Network Operators
Overview of the National Telecom Network
Appendix Historic Data
Rwandatel (Terracom, LapGreen)
Tigo Rwanda (Millicom)
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