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Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Mobiles : 50 % Volume Growth & 15 % Revenue Growth In Value Added Services

Following up the post on growth of mobile subscriptions in the next five years comes an interesting perspective. Pyramid research estimates that 1.37 billion new subscribers will be added to global mobile networks worldwide between 2005 and 2010(This number is slightly more than estimates from other sources). BRIC countries, will have an estimated 645m new subscribers – 42% of the world total.Two other very populous countries – Indonesia and the US – will each add more subscribers than Brazil over the next five years. The report also notes saturation in developed Asia & western Europe,developing markets offer the best bet for growth.
.The important thing that the report highlights is about the different assessment of distribution about service provider revenues - less than 15% of total mobile service revenues will be generated from the BRIC countries(Typical bane of Asia - this is not due to exchange rate difference alone- am sure - we see this across several domain, technology and services).By contrast, the US mobile market will generate over US$800bn in service revenue,or 18.1% of the global mobile services market. Layers focused on new services and applications,content, mobile commerce and other new service platforms shall continue to focus on the US and Japan - which together will account for nearly 30% of all service and applications revenues generated by the mobile market around the world. Its not the same all across the world - not yet.

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