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4G Subscribers In APAC Will Account for Nearly 50% of Total Connections By 2020 [REPORT]

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Mobile Broadband is perhaps the bedrock of most modern consumer technologies and services today. We are in an age of innovation, with so many new up and coming technologies like Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Internet of Things. What do they all have in common? Their deep reliance on fast internet connectivity to function optimally.But perhaps most importantly, the...

The Number of Unique Mobile Subscribers Worldwide Hits 5 Billion In Q2 2017 With 67% Penetration [REPORT]

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This month achieved yet another milestone for the global mobile industry as the total number of unique mobile subscribers worldwide has crossed the 5 billion mark. This means that nearly 67% of the world's population is now connected via mobile. This is yet another tremendous achievement for the mobile, which has taken over the entire world. Despite being only a few...

India To Account For 36% of New Mobile Subscribers Worldwide By 2020 [REPORT]

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The advent of the smartphone revolution and new wireless technologies has forever changed the world as we know it. Thanks to this, today the entire world is connected. The latest data from GSMA Intelligence estimates that the number of mobile subscribers worldwide will reach 5.7 billion by 2020, growing at the CAGR of 4.2%. While the developed marketers have saturated,...

India will have 150M 3G connections by 2014 !

India will have 150 million 3G connections by 2014, according to a new forecast from Wireless Intelligence, a service of trade group GSMA Ltd. Indian authorities just completed a long, convoluted auction process which was marked by delays, thanks to classic bureaucratic snafus. The auction raised about $11 billion, a price tag guaranteed to make the 3G rollouts slow and 3G access expensive.

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