Published on : Dec 26, 2016
ALBANY, NY, Dec 26, 2016: According to the report, titled “ Asia - Mobile Infrastructure and Mobile Broadband ”, the market has been treading a healthy growth path on the back of a staggering 3.9 bn mobile subscriber base, which accounts for about half the mobile subscribers in the world. The region has been a frontrunner of sorts in the adoption of mobile broadband services so far. In fact, mobile broadband as a proportion of the total Asian mobile broadband subscriber base, has increased from 2.0% in 2008 to over a third in 2016.
The growth in mobile broadband services in the region has been majorly boosted by strong competition in the market and eagerness of consumers to adopt new generation mobile technologies. Mobile broadband services have already become well established in the region due to the extensive presence of 3G, 3G+, and 4G platforms. Abundant availability of cheaper smartphones and lower tariffs on airtime have also led to rapid adoption of mobile broadband services.
The continued shift from mobile voice to mobile data in Asia has been most noticeable in the developed economies of South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. They have been at the forefront of adopting next generation mobile applications. In fact, the number of mobile broadband subscriptions in the island state of Singapore far surpasses its population. While the pace of adoption of mobile broadband has eased somewhat, it still continues to show an upward momentum. This would continue to drive growth in the near future. With new technologies being unveiled every now and then, however, the focus has shifted to next-generation and value-added services, with operators rapidly extending coverage and improving service by upgrading networks to entice customers.
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Besides the developed countries of Asia, the rapidly growing economies of China and India – with their high populations whose purchasing power has grown steadily over the years – are other promising markets with a substantial share in the overall revenue of the region. Going forward, there is still room for development, especially in less developed Asian markets that are still predominately dependent on voice networks for mobile services.
The report discusses in detail the markets in Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Georgia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, India, Japan, Kazakhstan, Laos, Malaysia, Kyrgyzstan, Macau, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, North Korea, Nepal, Pakistan, South Korea, Singapore, Philippines, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Vietnam, Uzbekistan, and Timor Leste. It studies different facets of the market including the mobile statistics, general statistics, mobile infrastructure, digital networks, and growth prospects.
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