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Jordanian broadband - five years of success with five more to come

Jordan stands on the cusp of a milestone year for its already successful broadband sector.

As new infrastructure-based operators enter the Jordanian markets in 2006, a new report seeks to forecast the next five years for Jordanian broadband. "Jordan Internet and Datacomm Landscape" has been released to the Arab Advisors Group's Telecoms Strategic Research Service.

The 75-page report, which has 85 detailed charts, tables, statistical sections etc, provides a detailed analysis of the Jordanian Internet and datacomm markets and profiles the eight operational ISPs in the country: Batelco-Jordan, Cyberia, IONet, LINK, MEC, NEXT, TE Data and Wanadoo.

Above all, the report includes five-year historical and five-year projections for Internet uptake and revenues. The report provides, moreover, a detailed and comprehensive picture on Internet market strategies and regulations, e-commerce, and on the online content and services landscape. "Jordan Internet and Datacomm Landscape" can be purchased from the Arab Advisors Group for US$950.

Any such investment will count towards any annual Strategic Research Service subscription starting within three months of the purchase. The investment can also count towards attending Arab Advisors' third annual Media and Telecoms Convergence Conference on June 6-7 2006.

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