Armenia's broadband internet market is finally 'on the move.'

June 2012
Broadband Monthly Newsletter;Jun2012, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p15
The article reports on the recovery and growth of the telecommunications (telecom) sector in Armenia in 2011 and 2012. It recalls that the Global Financial Crisis in 2009 led to the decline in demand for telecom services in the country. It adds that while improvements in the economy did not result into fixed-line growth, the mobile segment posted a rise in the number of subscribers. Monopoly involving national telecom provider ArmenTel is cited as a factor behind the slow growth of the market.


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