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Mobile coupon users to reach 1bn by 2019 as retailers expand loyalty programmes

A new report from Juniper Research forecasts that the number of mobile coupon users will rise from 560m this year to 1bn in 2019. According to the "Mobile Coupons: Consumer Engagement, Loyalty & Redemption Strategies 2014-2019" study retailers will increasingly engage directly with consumers via mobile channels and the use of coupons will be more tightly integrated into loyalty programmes.

29/07/2014  |  Full story...

Spend on in-app advertising set to soar

In-app mobile ad spend will reach almost $17 billion by 2018, up from $3.5 billion last year, according to new research.

10/01/2014  |  Full story...

1 in 4 tablet users to pay bills via their devices by 2017

A growing user acceptance of ‘push' mobile banking and a sharp rise in tablet adoption will drive users of transactional tablet banking services to almost 200 million in 2017, according to a new report.

18/03/2013  |  Full story...

Global smartphone trends- Samsung sells most mobiles… but Apple makes most money

Samsung is selling the most smartphones worldwide, but Apple is making the most money, according to new research. The study, from Juniper Research, indicates that almost 60% of the 139 million smartphones shipped worldwide in the first quarter of this year were either Apple (35.1 million) or Samsung (46.9 million) devices.

02/05/2012  |  Full story...

Mobile music sales to reach $5.5bn by 2015

Music consumed on mobile handsets will generate $5.5 billion annually in 2015, a rise of $3.1 billion from 2010, but piracy will still hamper its growth, according to a new report. The report finds that mobile music is becoming an increasingly important part of the digital music sector, which is propping up a failing industry hit by over a decade of widespread online piracy.

Since the popularisation of P2P file sharing at the end of the last century, the music industry’s sales have gone into free fall, as consumers rejected the physical distribution of music in favour of easier, but illegal means of acquiring it. The industry response was initially slow, but legal digital distribution services, such as Apple’s iTunes are now blossoming, and mobile handsets are increasingly becoming the key platform for them.

23/02/2011

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Mobile games: In-game purchases to overtake pay-per-download

Mobile Games revenues are set to reach $11bn by 2015, with more players opting to buy games while playing the free version, according to new research. The study, from Juniper research, indicates how App stores are driving changes in monetisation, but discoverability still remains an issue on some platforms.

Juniper Research forecasts that revenues from in-game purchases will overtake the traditional pay-per-download model as the primary source of monetising mobile games by 2013. With Apple’s in-app billing mechanism showing the way forward, total end-user revenues will surpass $11 billion annually by 2015, nearly double what they were in 2009 ($6bn).

01/12/2010

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Mobile app downloads ‘to reach 25bn by 2015’

As network operators and vendors increasingly deploy their own dedicated app stores, a new Juniper Research report has found that the annual number of consumer-oriented handset downloads is expected to rise from less than 2.6 billion in 2009 to more than 25 billion in 2015.

According to the Mobile App Stores report, players across the mobile value chain are seeking to emulate Apple’s success with the App Store by launching own-brand storefronts, such as ‘Mobile Market’ from China Unicom, ‘Airtel App Central’ from Bharti and the ‘Apps & Games Shop’ on Vodafone 360.

21/07/2010

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User generated content to generate mobile revenues of $7bn

New research from Juniper Research has predicts that total revenues from mobile user generated content (UGC) will reach over $7.3bn (£4.1bn) in 2013 from $1.1bn (£617.5m) in 2008, writes Telecoms.com. Social networking will become the leading mobile UGC revenue generator (ahead of dating and personal content delivery) as the number of active mobile users of social networking sites grows to nearly 730m in 2012 (from 54m in 2008). Advertising will represent nearly one third of all UGC revenues and over 50% of all mobile social networking revenues.
From Telecoms.com: http://www.telecoms.com, 16/09/2008
Juniper Research: http://www.juniperresearch.com

16/09/2008

Mobile purchases for digital goods set to soar - research

A new analysis of the global mobile payments opportunity forecasts that 2.1bn mobile subscribers will "pay by mobile" for digital goods downloaded to their mobile phones by 2013. Juniper Research defines digital goods as music (ringtones and full tracks), tickets, TV, user-generated content, infotainment and games - in fact any content bought by phone and delivered to the phone.

06/08/2008  |  Full story...

Mobile payments set for $300bn within five years

The latest mobile sector study from Juniper Research predicts that total payments made by mobile phones will be worth over $300bn by 2013, writes Telecoms.com. 40% of such sales are expected to come from mobile ticket purchases for transport, sport and entertainment events. Consumers from Western Europe and the Far East are expected to represent over 60% of Juniper's predicted mobile-based spending figure.
From Telecoms.com: http://www.telecoms.com, 01/07/2008
Juniper Research: http://www.juniperresearch.com

01/07/2008

Mobile Web 2.0 services to generate $22.4bn by 2013

A study from Juniper Research predicts that global Mobile Web 2.0 services (including social networking, user generated content (UGC), mobile search and mobile instant messaging) will be worth $22.4bn (£11.39bn) by 2013, from $5.5bn (£2.8bn) in 2008, writes Telecoms.com. Social networking and UGC are predicted to drive revenues growing from $1.8bn (£915m) this year to $11.2bn (£5.69bn) in 2013 as adoption and availability of Location Based Services (LBS) becomes more widespread.
From Telecoms.com: http://www.telecoms.com, 15/05/2008
Juniper Research: http://www.juniperresearch.com

15/05/2008

Mobile banking set to take off

Juniper Research's latest study claims that mobile banking is set for a major surge in popularity, writes ENN. The study predicts that by 2011, 816m customers will bank via their mobile phones - a tenfold increase on the figure for 2007. The number of transactions is also set to explode, rising from 2007's total of 2.7bn to 37bn in 2011 as customers are able to carry out further types of transactions from their phones.
From ENN: http://www.enn.ie, 16/04/2008
Juniper Research: http://www.juniperresearch.com/

17/04/2008

Mobile banking set to take off

Juniper Research's latest study claims that mobile banking is set for a major surge in popularity, writes ENN. The study predicts that by 2011, 816m customers will bank via their mobile phones - a tenfold increase on the figure for 2007. The number of transactions is also set to explode, rising from 2007's total of 2.7bn to 37bn in 2011 as customers are able to carry out further types of transactions from their phones.
From ENN: http://www.electricnews.net, 16/04/2008
Juniper Research: http://www.juniperresearch.com

16/04/2008

Mobile search market to reach $4.8bn by 2013

The latest estimate from Juniper Research expects annual revenues from mobile search to reach $4.8bn (£2.4bn) by 2013, writes ENN. 40% of mobile search advertising budgets will go to local search services.
From ENN: http://www.enn.ie, 18/03/2008
Juniper Research: http://www.juniperresearch.com

18/03/2008

Mobile music market to reach $17.5bn by 2012

Juniper Research predict that the global mobile music market will be worth $17.5bn by 2012, writes Netimperative. Subscription music services and full-track downloads will contribute to the rise as the ringtones market will shrink from 68% (in 2007) to 38%. Ringtone prices will decrease under pressure from rival services. The report identified 2007 as the tipping point for the mobile music market as more consumers than ever before used their phones to access music services. Apple's iPhone was also identified as having raised the general awareness of mobile music services.
From Netimperative: http://www.netimperative.com,, 27/02/2008
Juniper Research: http://www.juniperresearch.com

27/02/2008

Over 50m people will shop via mobile by 2011

New data from Juniper Research predicts that over 50m people worldwide will shop using their mobile phone by 2011, writes ENN. The mobile payments market is expected to be worth $11.5bn in the same year. The market is expected to grow as Near Field Technology and other mobile payment methods begin to offer consumers new alternatives to cash and payment cards.
Further data from Portio Research predicts that global mobile penetration rates will reach pass the 50% mark next year, rising to 75% by 2011. 65% of new users are expected to come from the Asia Pacific region.
Figures from Strategy Analytics for Q3 show that mobile phone shipments were up 12% to 285m. They forecast that 330m units will be sold worldwide during the final quarter of the year. Nokia remains the leading brand, selling 112m handsets and controlling 39% of the market.
From ENN: http://www.electricnews.net, 30/10/2007
Juniper Research: http://www.juniperresearch.com//

31/10/2007

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