Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Japan’s DoCoMo hits 10 million LTE subscribers, doubling its numbers in 6 months

There’s little doubt that Japan, the US and Korea — where SK Telecom has 7.5 million LTE users — are three of the world’s most developed 4G markets, even if confirmed figures are difficult to come by.

Last year, Strategy Analytics estimated that 2012 would see 50 million global LTE subscriptions. That figure was also cited by a report from Dallas' Parks Associates which crunched the data in July. ABI Research had earlier predicted that worldwide shipments of 4G-compatible smartphones and tablets would reach 61 million during the year.

From the article, "Japan’s DoCoMo hits 10 million LTE subscribers, doubling its numbers in 6 months" by Jon Russell.

Next: What Aereo should do to stay alive and innovate the TV industry
Previous: LTE gathers pace in Japan as DoCoMo’s Xi service hits 5m users, adding 1m in 4 weeks

Comments

    Be the first to leave a comment.

Post a Comment

Have a comment? Login or create an account to start a discussion.

© 1998-2018 Parks Associates. All Rights Reserved.