Worldwide mobile industry handbook 2011-2015

guide to understanding the size, scope and major players of the worldwide mobile industryServing as a guide to the mobile and wireless industry in 2011 and beyond, the all new handbook is a useful and comprehensive data source. Packed with data, market growth forecasts, vendor profiles, MNO KPI’s, regional growth indicators, simple explanations of key telecoms technologies, acronyms explained, and much more.



It is possible to instantly find country and operator level subscriber growth data, see market forecast for 83 individual country markets and quickly look at handset vendor market share.


Specifically written for those in and outside the mobile space to enable better understanding of the worldwide mobile market, this detailed and comprehensively updated new handbook offers you all the essential market data required for business strategy and planning purposes, including: in-depth subscriber growth forecasts for leading countries, subscriber figures for key network operators across all major geographies, market share data, quarterly handset shipment figures, handset and infrastructure vendor profiles, analysis of popular handsets/smartphones, ARPU data, churn figures and more. Other report features include an introduction with performance comparisons of mobile vs. other media and major industries, to demonstrate how massive mobile truly is, and briefings on the four major aspects of the mobile industry: subscribers, revenues, handsets and infrastructure. The 188-page market report will act as a touchstone to refer back to again and again for meetings, presentations and business plans, according to Portio. 


·         Clearly understand the true value of the massive trillion-dollar worldwide mobile industry

·         Essential forecasts and market sizing; conveniently presented in worldwide, regional, country and operator-level analysis

·         Explore and identify opportunities in a growth market that will race towards annual revenues of two trillion dollars over the next five years


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