Monday, July 11, 2016

U.S. Mobile Data Growth Predicted To Slow Due To WiFi Use

More and more smartphone owners are using mobile data these days, and that shouldn’t be too much of a surprise given the increase in popularity of smartphones over the years and the numerous plans from carriers around the globe with a goal to connect their subscribers. According to a recent Parks Associates report, the revenues from mobile data use around the globe are going to increase quite a bit. Mobile internet is still a business, and business is booming, with revenues expected to rise from the recorded $386 billion last year, up to $630 billion by 2020.

From the article "U.S. Mobile Data Growth Predicted To Slow Due To WiFi Use" by Justin Diaz.

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