Friday, 14 December 2018

Half of emerging market mobile users will have smartphones by 2017

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Tuesday 20 August 13

Telcos need to develop simple mobile broadband pricing plans to serve the next wave of mobile Internet users, according to Ovum.

Increasing smartphone adoption in emerging markets will require simple mobile broadband tariff plans from operators and localised services from content providers. Almost 50% of mobile users in emerging markets will have smartphones by the end of 2017…

Increasing smartphone adoption in emerging markets will require simple mobile broadband tariff plans from operators and localised services from content providers. Almost 50% of mobile users in emerging markets will have smartphones by the end of 2017…

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