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The rise of the ‘connected home’: Are consumers willing to pay for extra services?

With more and more household devices becoming connected to the internet, such as energy controls and security systems, are consumers willing to pay the extra costs these systems will entail? New research from Ovum takes a closer look at the home of the future…

17/06/2011

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Financial crisis 'begins to impact mobile industry'

The ongoing financial crisis started to make an impact on the global mobile telecommunications sector during the second half of 2008, according to new research. The study, from Informa Telecoms & Media, forecasts a slowdown in the growth of global mobile subscription numbers, but the device market is likely to accelerate in 2009. The world's mobile subscription market grew by 18.5% year-o-year in 2008 (down from 22.5% growth in 2007) and is set to increase by just 12.7% this year, although Informa does note that this reduction in growth is partly due to the effect of natural market development, particularly in Western Europe and USA.

29/01/2009  |  Full story...

Global mobile markets 2009: Reasons to be cheerful

2009 has been billed as a year of doom and gloom, but there are opportunities available for investors, operators and vendors in the global mobile industry, according to a new report. Released this week, the Informa Telecoms & Media Global Mobile Market Outlook report forecasts that emerging markets hold the best potential from growth for the mobile sector in 2009. "Like any sector, those companies that can most clearly and effectively differentiate their services from those of their competitors, and build their brand, will win out by retaining existing custom(at a time when an increasing number of consumers will review their spending plans) and by winning new business. The global mobile industry will be no different - indeed, understanding and managing customer needs will be the key to ensuring customer loyalty, which will prove to be a priceless commodity in 2009" explains Principal Analyst, Nicholas Jotischky.

16/01/2009  |  Full story...

Annual mobile revenues on course for $1tr by 2012

The global mobile phone market will generate annual revenues of $1tr by 2012, as global subscriptions grow beyond 5.3bn, reports Informa Telecoms & Media. Revenues will grow 33.9% from 2007's figure of $769bn. From the end of 2007 to the end of 2013 global mobile subscriptions will grow 56% (from 3bn). Subscriptions should overtake 5bn by 2011.
78% of all growth will come from the Asia Pacific, Africa and Latin America regions. More specifically 47% of the 1.9bn net additions will come from just five markets: India, China, Indonesia, Brazil and Russia.
Worldwide, average penetration rates will reach 75% mark in 2013, with some countries pushing beyond 150%: Romania (152%), Russia (153%), Italy (168%), Ukraine (173%) and Greece (183%).
Informa Telecoms & Media: http://www.informatm.com, 05/01/2009

05/01/2009

Mobile revenues on course for $1bn by 2013

The latest forecast from Informa Telecoms & Media predicts that annual revenues for the global mobile market will surpass $1.03tn by 2013, with total worldwide subscriptions passing 5.3bn, writes Telecoms.com. The firm estimates that the world's mobile market will increase by 56% between the end of 2007 and the end of 2013. While it took over 20 years for the world to reach 3bn mobile subscriptions, a further 1.9bn additional subscriptions are expected in only six years, with the 5bn point being crossed in 2011. According to Informa 78% of global net additions between 2007 and 2013 will come from Asia Pacific, Africa and Latin America. Over half of these will come from only five markets: India, China, Indonesia, Brazil and Russia. By 2013 global subscription penetration will have reached 75%.
From Telecoms.com: http://www.telecoms.com, 15/12/2008
Informa Telecoms & Media: http://www.informatm.com

15/12/2008

Mobile phone market worth $200bn by 2012

Revenues from mobile phone sales are expected to grow at 6.8% between 2007 and 2013, and should exceed $200bn by the end of 2013, according to Informa Telecoms & Media in its latest Future Mobile Handsets report. Emerging markets, including Brazil, Russia, India, and China (BRIC) and Africa, will make up the majority global handset market value, with 60% share in 2013. Growth disparities between developed and emerging markets will become apparent within the next five years. Growth will not exceed 2% CAGR in developed markets according to the report, handset market value growth rates are slowing significantly in developed markets and, if the current economic slowdown persists, could even turn negative after 2009.

10/11/2008  |  Full story...

Global mobile subscriptions reach 3.3bn

According to Informa Telecoms there are now 3.3bn mobile phone subscriptions around the world, writes Telecoms.com. The figure represents 50% of the world's population though it does not take into account users with multiple mobile phone subscriptions. Informa estimate that 59 countries had mobile penetration rates of over 100% at the end of September. Further figures show that the number of countries with operational mobile networks has grown from 192 in 1997 to 224. Mobile networks now cover 90% of the world's population.
From Telecoms.com: http://www.telecoms.com, 29/11/2007
Informa Telecoms: http://www.informatm.com

30/11/2007

UK now top online country in Europe

New research from eMarketer suggests that the UK is now Europe's leading online economy. As competition in the communications sector has pushed prices down, broadband subscriptions and time spent online have risen. The UK now has 12m broadband-enabled households, overtaking both Germany (11.8m) and France (11.2m). In addition, UK internet users each spend up to six hours more online per week. As of March 2007, 47.1% of UK households had broadband connections and eMarketer predict that this could rise to 76.8% by 2011 (equivalent to 20m households). Further data also shows that the internet is showing high penetration across all age groups: nearly 25% of British users are now over 50.
Informa's Converging Media (CM) Index for May 2006 (which measures digital content consumption across multiple platforms) also estimated that the UK was the most digital country in Western Europe.
From ENN: http://www.emarketer.com, 28/03/2007
Informa: http://www.informa.com

28/03/2007

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