Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Low cost handsets and data to fuel smartphone adoption in emerging markets

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Thursday 13 September 18

The GSMA is forecasting a sharp rise in smartphone uptake in sub-Saharan Africa and the MENA region by 2025

A sharp reduction in the cost of monthly data tariffs, coupled with the emergence of ultra low cost handsets, will lead to an explosion in smartphone uptake across the developing world, according to new data released by the GSMA. In its annual Global Mobile Trends report…

A sharp reduction in the cost of monthly data tariffs, coupled with the emergence of ultra low cost handsets, will lead to an explosion in smartphone uptake across the developing world, according to new data released by the GSMA. In its annual Global Mobile Trends report…

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