DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/38pxjp/mobile_broadband) has announced the addition of the "Mobile Broadband Grand Prix 2012-2016 (2012 Edition - Rev. 2)" report to their offering.
Formula 1 MBB Strategies to Fuel-up ARPU Tanks, Fostering Consumer Adoption, Locking Churn, and Traffic Offloading Techniques in Rural & Urban Global Mobile Markets. Constituting up-to-the-minute Case Studies, and much more...
An accurate study of the present and the expected face of the telecom market based on detailed research by our experts has been supported by true data extracted from the grass root levels. This study is a conclusive report based on interviews, data mining techniques, in depth analysis, scrutiny of factual data and possible innovative propositions that could equip an entity to tackle the ongoing advancements in the industry.
MBB would be roaring with 2.7 billion users globally by 2016. Asia Pacific would capture the lion's chunk at over a billion.
By 2016, the MBB revenue of North America would be $81 billion - Over $100 billion short of that of Asia Pacific.
Total WiMAX-supported MBB subscribers would be 340 million by 2016.
MBB ARPU of Europe, as whole, would plummet to $0.19 by 2016.
Africa would rock at a 250% MBB leap each year till 2016.
Global mobile messaging revenues would cross $300 billion in 2016.
Global mobile app downloads would surpass 20 billion within 3 years.
Mobile Video would be muscling-on the global data traffic at a 68% share by 2016.
1 Comparative growth projection of different mobile app platforms.
2 MBB ARPU projection of 6 global giants (2012 - 2016).
3 A macroscopic analyses of over 50 running & successful MBB plans, regionally.
4 A critical scrutiny and evaluation of the data offloading cargo.
5 Exhaustive 30+ Case Studies on Mobile messaging, VAS, 3G, 3G+ (HSPA & LTE), WiMAX, MNOs, Smartphone Makers and Mobile Apps.
6 Ground-breaking VAS ideas.
7 Over 20 Analyses by TeleResearch Labs on topics that were yet unexplored.
- ATU Wireless
- E-Plus Germany
- Sprint USA
- Sprint Brazil
- Bharti Airtel
- NTT Docomo
- Zain SA
- Safaricom Kenya
- 3 UK
- Wind Italy
- LG Electronics
- Packet One
- Orange UK
- T-Mobile Germany
- AT&T USA
- Telstra Australia
- MTN Nigeria
- Batelco Bahrain
- Belgacom Belgium
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Source: Research and Markets