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Everyone’s on the Move

Below are some statistics from Ken Radio. These numbers really show the growing trend toward mobile…everything, actually. TV, telephones, and the Internet, more and more people globally are connecting to the world-at-large through the use of mobile devices.Mobile Statistics $667 bln spent on mobile services by year-end 2006 $8.6 bln spent on mobile data apps in 2005 1.5 bln mobile subscriptions in Asia-Pacific by 2010 11 mln mobile subscribers in Bangladesh 11 mln mobile subscribers in Pakistan 11% of Europeans interested in mobile TV 11% of mobile phones can display video 115 mln mobile phones to sell in Latin America in 2006 120 mln more GSM subscribers in Q1 2006 125.8 mln mobile subscribers in Russia 13% of US wireless customers consider their service excellent 15% of US mobile users use mobile Web 2.5 bln mobile subscribers by the end of 2006 2.7% of Americans downloaded a mobile game 2.75% of mobile subscribers use virtual operators 20% of Australian phone users ready to cut the cord 207.9 mln wireless users in the US in 2005, 69% penetration 210 mln mobile phones shipped in Q1 2006 210 mln mobile TV subscribers by 2011 226.7 mln cell phones sold in Q1 2006 globally 24 mln Americans to pay for TV on mobile screens by 2010 24% of US mobile subscribers are business subscribers 27% of Europeans buy a new cell phone every year 27% of Japanese mobile consumer use bar code readers 28% of employees use their business cell phones as primary work phones 3.5 bln mobile subscribers worldwide by 2010 3.8 mln of British mobile users had some SMS-related injury 33 mln wireless Bluetooth headsets sold in 2005 33.32% of US mobile users sent or received text messages 34.8 mln mobile phones sold in the US in Q1 2006 350 mln mobile subscribers in India by 2010 36% of US wireless customers have been shocked by their wireless bills 37% of mobile households have checked e-mail on their phones 41% of Americans fill in their free time with calling someone on their wireless phone 41% of mobile phone owners are interested in videos 41.4 mln mobile phones to sell in Middle East in 2006 431 mln mobile subscribers in China 44 mln cell phones sold in Japan in 2005 47% of mobile customers to pay for PNAV and LBS 470.7 mln mobile phone shipped in Q2 2006 50 mln mobile subscriptions in Russia in 2005 50% of US mobile subscribers own a cameraphone 54.1 mln Americans use Cingular, 51.3 mln – Verizon 58% of teens have cell phones 6% of US households rely exclusively on cell phones 610 mln mobile subscribers in China by 2009 66.2 mln mobile phones to sell in 2006 67 mln mobile phones sold in the US in the first half of 2006 7.8% of US households use cell phones instead of land lines 78% of mobile subscribers in Asia-Pacific are in China, India or Korea 8.4 mln unified messaging seats shipped in 2005 825.5 mln mobile phones sold in 2005, 16.7% growth 86% of US consumers are happy with their wireless service 86.2 mln Brazilians have mobile phones 9.32 mln mobile subscribers in Hungary 90 mln mobile subscribers in India 930 mln mobile phones to sell in 2006 An average 10-year-old will spend $30k on mobile services over lifetime Avaya maintained 41% of North American call center market in 2005 Average cell phone conversation lasts 3 minutes 15 seconds Cell phone exam cheating in England up 27% Cell phone penetration in Mexico reached 46% in 2005 Central and Eastern European mobile subscription revenues up 13.5% in 2005 Chinese telecom revenue down 6.7% in 2005 Ethernet switch revenue reached $1.07 bln in Japan in 2005 Gigabit Ethernet switch spending to increase at 1.8% a year Ireland is at 100% mobile penetration Japanese cell phone market up 11.4% in January 2006 Japanese kids generated $275 mln for wireless industry in 2005 Location-based services in Europe to grow at 34% a year Men more likely than women to drive and talk on cell phones Mobile infrastructure spending reached $3.4 bln in Japan in 2004 Mobile phone market share for Q1 2006: Nokia – 33.1%, Motorola – 20.3%, Samsung – 12.8%, LG Electronics – 6.9%, Sony Ericsson – 5.9% Mobile phone sales up 3% in Japan in 2005 Mobile video to become a $6 bln industry by 2011 PIM freaks spend 13% more on wireless bills than average cellular users Revenues per mobile user down by 11% in Finland in 2005 Russian handset market up 19% in 2005 Service provider router revenue up 43% in 2005 Top cell phone usage in the US: Miami, Los Angeles, Detroit Top mobile vendors in Western Europe in Q1 2006: Nokia, RIM, HP, Palm Top telecoms respecting online customers: Verizon Wireless, CenturyTel, T-Mobile Top US mobile virtual operators: Tracfone, Virgin, Boost UK mobile services industry to generate $100 mln by 2008 US is at 70% wireless penetration US SMBs to spend $18 bln on wireless bills in 2006 US wireless penetration reaches 70%, 200 mln subscribers Verizon and Cingular both added 1.7 mln customers in Q1 2006 Western European mobile market up 2% in Q2 2006, Italy at 132% penetration Western European mobile phone market up 7% in Q2 2006 Wireless revenue from US businesses will grow to $52 bln in 20 Worldwide mobile phone shipments up 26% in Q2 2006
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