Go4Mobility has arrived in Saudi Arabia

Go4Mobility has arrived in Saudi Arabia!

Go4Mobility is glad to announce a new value-added services (VAS) market expansion: Saudi Arabia.

This move consolidates our strong presence in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, one of the most innovative regions with excellent results in the payments area through very high DCB conversion rates.

 

Saudi Arabia, a progressive market

The landscape of digital payments across the Middle East region is changing fast and feeding market growth due to the digital transformation.

 

Saudi Arabia is an example of this growth, with great potential in Direct Carrier Billing:

  • Saudi Arabia is the most populous nation in the GCC region, with most of the population comprising young people. 
  • The MENA region has some of the most penetrated mobile markets in the world: more than 80%
  • There are 22.6 million people across the Middle East, 74% of whom have internet access.
  • Saudi Arabia has 15.6 million internet users and 3.9 million online shoppers.
  • Average data consumption by mobile internet users in the Middle East is 7GB per month, predicted to rise to 19GB a month by 2024.
  • According to Arabian Business, the Middle East e-commerce market will soon be worth around $69 billion.There is no better time to invest in the Saudi Arabian digital market.

Bet on Carrier Billing and monetize your content in Saudi Arabia

We offer the Direct Carrier Billing solution to a market with millions of users through our API integration with some of the main operators, which means millions of opportunities.

Single API integration enables full access to all Go4Mobility markets.

We have the best commercial and technical teams to help you to monetize your digital content.

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Frequently asked questions on the mobile Saudi Arabian market

Which are Saudi Arabia’s main telecom players? 

 

The market is currently dominated by three operators holding unified licenses: Saudi Telecom Company (STC), Etihad Etisalat Company (Mobily), and Mobile Telecommunication Company Saudi Arabia (Zain KSA).

 

Does the Saudi Arabian market host other providers? 

 

 The market also hosts other Internet service providers (ISPs), mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs), and fixed-line service providers. We see telecom companies drawing a large share of their top line from high-value services, which should boost their average revenue per user (ARPU). Operators are also focused on expanding postpaid subscribers base and corporate clients, thus strengthening the case for ARPU accretion.

 

What is the forecast for e-commerce in Saudi Arabia? 

 

The MENA region will be the next big growth market for e-commerce. Many retailers focus on countries like Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Egypt.

 

What is the Saudi Arabian government’s role? 

 

The government has played a vital role in developing a transparent, competitive market that keeps up with advanced technologies and infrastructure. 

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