Mongolia ICT

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So many opportunities in Mongolia are just that – potential yet to be fully explored. That is what makes the mobile market so unique – it is one of just a handful of mature segments. Mobile telephony in 2010 attracted approximately 73% of all telecoms investment. There were 91.3 mobile subscribers per 100 people according to the Communications...

What is the next steps for advancing the telecommunications network and services?

Like most sectors, the technology industry in Mongolia is just getting started. Broadband networks are still in development, and internet and computer penetration rates are low. Getting everyone plugged in and computer-literate is going to be a challenge due to the country’s geography – Mongolia is the least densely populated nation in the world,...

How competitive is the mobile market in Mongolia and how will this affect the sector’s growth?

The Mongolian information communications technology (ICT) sector marked its 90th year in 2011 – it was in 1921 that the new state installed its first telegraph machine. The same year the Mongolian Telegraphic Agency and the General Committee of Postal and Telegraphic Information were created, providing the beginnings of a telecoms sector.

Chapter | Telecoms and IT from The Report: Mongolia 2012

The communications sector in Mongolia has grown rapidly, with wireless telephony saturating the market within a decade of its introduction. The challenge now for providers is figuring out how to further monetise their customers, who generally have low incomes. Some companies are focusing on bundling, offering internet access and television along with phone subscriptions. On the IT side, the...

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