1.8bn 'unconnected' users to be targeted by mobile industry by 2017
- Middle East: Sunday, November 25 - 2012 at 02:26
According to a research by Wireless Intelligence, the global mobile industry has the opportunity to target an additional 1.8 billion 'unconnected' people over the next five years. The report said there will be a total 'addressable' mobile subscriber base of around five billion people by 2017, up from about 4.7 billion this year. More than one in two people worldwide is forecast to have subscribed to a mobile service in five years as subscriber penetration climbs to 53% in 2017, up from 45% in 2012, the report said.
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