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  1. Joint ITU/ECA Regional Workshop on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) IndicatorsGaborone, Botswana26-29 October 2004 Top 50 Telecom Indicators Esperanza.Magpantay@itu.int Market, Economics and Finance Unit Telecommunication Development Bureau Host: Botswana Telecommunications Authority (BTA)

  2. Background • Indicators published in Yearbook of Statistics and World Telecommunication Indicators database • Based on Telecommunication Indicator Handbook • Updated during the last World Telecommunication Indicators Meeting, January 2003

  3. Guidelines • International comparability: Trade-off between wish list (everything!) and most important and most likely to collect from most countries • Telecom sector mandate: Subscriber, tariffs, traffic, revenue statistics, etc. • Audience: Analysts, governments • To be collected by regulators/ministries from operators

  4. Categories of current Top 50 • Telephone network • Mobile services • Text/Data Network • Quality of service • Traffic • Tariffs • Staff • Revenue • Investment

  5. Main telephone lines in operation Total capacity of local public switching exchanges Main lines connected to digital exchanges Main lines which are for residential use Main lines in urban areas Number of localities with telephone service Public pay phones Telephone network

  6. Cellular mobile telephone subscribers - Cellular mobile subscribers: prepaid Digital cellular mobile telephone subscribers Mobile Internet subscribers Percent coverage of mobile cellular network Land area Population Mobile services

  7. Number of telex subscriber lines Private leased circuits Total subscribers to public data networks Internet subscribers Dial-up Broadband Cable modem xDSL Other Text/Data network services

  8. Internet users (should be collected using regular NSO survey) Percent female Internet users Female Internet Users as % of female population Number of Public Internet Access Centres (PIACs) Number of localities with PIACs - by urban/rural Percentage of population with access to PIACs (govt/private) PWLAN Locations ISDN Subscribers Basic rate ISDN subscribers Primary rate ISDN subscribers Text/Data network services

  9. Waiting list for main lines Faults per 100 main lines per year Percent of telephone faults cleared by next working day Quality of Service

  10. Traffic • Local telephone traffic (minutes) • Fixed to mobile traffic • National telephone traffic (minutes) • International • incoming telephone traffic (minutes) • outgoing telephone traffic (minutes) • Dial-up Internet traffic (minutes) • Mobile traffic • Outgoing mobile traffic (minutes) • Number of mobile Short Message Service (SMS) sent

  11. International outgoing telegrams International Internet bandwidth (Mbps) Incoming Outgoing Public data traffic (non-Internet) Traffic (cont.)

  12. Fixed telephone Connection fee for telephone service (residential, business) Monthly subscription for telephone service (residential, business) Price of a 3-minute fixed telephone local call (peak rate) Price of a 3-minute fixed telephone local call (off-peak rate) National telephone call charges (peak, off-peak) International telephone call charges (peak, off-peak) Tariffs

  13. Mobile cellular connection charge - postpaid, prepaid subscription charge - postpaid price of per minute local call (peak) - postpaid, prepaid price of per minute local call (off-peak) - postpaid, prepaid Price of national SMS - postpaid, prepaid Tariffs

  14. Leased line charges Data communication charges Internet charges (dial-up) Connection charge Monthly rental charge Usage charge Broadband (monthly subscription) Tariffs

  15. Total full-time staff in telecommunication services Female telecommunication staff Mobile communications staff Staff

  16. Total revenues from all telecommunication services of which: Revenues from telephone service Income from telephone connection charge Income from telephone subscription charge Income from local calls Income from national long distance calls Income from international calls Revenues from data transmission (including Internet access) Revenue from leased lines Revenue from mobile communications services Other revenues Value-added from telecommunications Revenue

  17. Total annual investment in telecom Foreign Mobile Fixed Investment

  18. Broadcasting • Number of radio sets • Households with radio (HH survey) • Number of television sets • Households with a television (HH survey) • Homes passed by cable television • Cable television subscribers • Direct to Home satellite antennas

  19. Thank you for your attention! Magpantay@itu.int http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/material/Top50_e.doc