Monday, July 11, 2016

Wi-Fi To Shackle Growth Of Mobile Data Revenues In The U.S., Parks Predicts

Wi-Fi and other connective technologies will shackle the growth of mobile data revenues in the U.S. for at least the next few years, Parks Associates predicted.

The market research firm said worldwide mobile data revenues will grow from $386 billion in 2015 to $630 billion in 2020, with much of that growth occurring in the Asia/Pacific region. But growth in Western Europe and North America – particularly in the U.S. – will be much slower, Parks said, as consumers turn to non-cellular technologies in an effort to lower their mobile bills.

From the article "Wi-Fi To Shackle Growth Of Mobile Data Revenues In The U.S., Parks Predicts" by Colin Gibbs.

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