Average Postpaid 5G Rates in the GCC Grew in March 2021 Compared to November 2020

A new report from Arab Advisors Group analyzed the postpaid and prepaid 5G data only plans in the GCC countries


Arab Advisors Group released a new report: "A Comparative Analysis of 5G Rates in the GCC” which analyzed the 5G rates of postpaid and prepaid data only plans in the GCC countries. The report, which was released in April 2021, answers the following questions:

  • What are the rates of postpaid and prepaid 5G data only plans in the GCC?
  • What are the additional benefits that the operators in the GCC are offering along with these 5G plans?
  • What are the average fees for postpaid and prepaid 5G data only plans?
  • What is the average price per 1 GB of 5G data in the GCC?

“The average price of postpaid 5G 1 GB grew in March 2021, while the average price per 1 GB for prepaid 5G data only plans dropped in March 2021.” Hiba Rabadi, Arab Advisors Group’s Deputy General Manager noted.

“In terms of pricing, cellular operators in Kuwait and KSA each offered two postpaid 5G data only plans which were priced below the GCC’s average, while all postpaid 5G data only plans in the UAE were priced above the GCC’s average.” added Rabadi.

Please contact Arab Advisors Group for more details or to get a copy of the report's Table of Contents.

The report was released to Arab Advisors Group’s subscribers and can be purchased for a fee of US$ 6,000.

The purchase of this report will count towards an annual Strategic Research Service subscription.

Arab Advisors Group’s team of analysts in the region produced over 5,500 reports on the Arab World’s communications, media and financial markets. The reports can be purchased individually or received through an annual subscription to Arab Advisors Group’s ( www.arabadvisors.com ) Strategic Research Services (Media and Telecom).

To date, Arab Advisors Group serves over 945 global and regional companies by providing reliable research analysis and forecasts of Arab communications markets to these clients. Some of our clients can be viewed on https://arabadvisors.com/client-list 


Arab Advisors Group provides reliable research, analysis and forecasts of Arab communications, media and technology markets. 

Arab Advisors Group Strategic Research Services (Media and Telecoms) are annual subscriptions. The services cover nineteen countries in the Arab World: Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Palestine, Iraq, Egypt, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Mauritania. 

For more information, please contact Arab Advisors Group offices. www.arabadvisors.com 

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