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世界の通信事業者の新世代VASサービス:提供サービスと予測

New Age VAS Services for Global Telcos - Offerings and Forecast: 2013-2017

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世界の通信事業者の新世代VASサービス:提供サービスと予測 New Age VAS Services for Global Telcos - Offerings and Forecast: 2013-2017
出版日: 2013年11月30日 ページ情報: 英文 195 Pages
概要

通信事業者が提供するサービスは今や、音声と着信音、SMSなどといった従来型の付加価値(VAS)サービスから、ソーシャルネットワーキングサイトやモバイルゲーム、モバイルアプリ、モバイルビデオ、モバイルマネーサービスといった新世代の付加価値サービスへと切り替わっています。また、これらのVASサービスへのユーザーアクセシビリティを強化することで、通信事業者はデータサービスの収益化も実現しています。データサービスは、今ではVASサービスにアクセスするための補足的ファクターとなっているものの、通信事業者の収益およびロイヤルティ向上に貢献しています。さらにスマートフォンの普及や競争力のあるデータサービスの提供、ソーシャルネットワーキングメディアやインスタントメッセージングサービスの出現なども、通信事業者に顧客基盤拡大の機会や数多くのサービス提供の機会を与えるものとなるでしょう。

当レポートでは、世界の通信事業者が提供する新世代の付加価値サービスについて調査分析し、主要地域で提供されているサービスの現在のシナリオ、それらのサービスの推進因子・障壁、通信事業者への提言、主要地域のモバイルOS・端末動向などをまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 イントロダクション

  • 背景
  • 世界のモバイル&ブロードバンドコネクティビティ
  • 世界のスマートフォン出荷量
  • 総論

第3章 ソーシャルネットワーキング

  • 概要
  • ソーシャルネットワーキングサイトのカテゴリー
  • ソーシャルネットワーキングサイトの導入推進因子
  • ソーシャルネットワーキングの課題
  • ソーシャルネットワーキングサイトの市場機会
  • モバイルソーシャルネットワーキングの導入強化のためにキャリアができる取り組み
  • ソーシャルネットワーキングのマネタイズに向けたモバイル事業者およびデバイス製造業者によるイニシアチブ
  • 総論

第4章 モバイルアプリケーション

  • 概要
  • モバイルアプリケーションストアの各種タイプ
  • モバイルアプリケーションの導入推進因子
  • 主要なアプリケーションストアからダウンロードされる主な無料・有料アプリ
  • 主要地域市場におけるモバイルアプリケーションシナリオ
  • モバイルアプリケーションの導入における課題
  • モバイルアプリケーション:市場機会
  • 総論

第5章 モバイルゲーム

  • 概要
  • モバイルゲーム・タブレットゲームの流通モデル
  • モバイルゲームの推進因子
  • モバイルゲームの課題
  • モバイルゲームの市場機会
  • 総論

第6章 モバイルビデオ

  • 通信事業者による課金モデルの創出に関わる歩み

第7章 携帯電話/スマートフォンとモバイルOS

  • 概要
  • スマートフォンの勢力拡大における障壁
  • 携帯電話のOS:市場シェアと動向
  • iOS (Apple) vs Android (Google)
  • Android:iOSを超える勢いの理由
  • 主要モバイルOSの月ごとの動向

第8章 モバイルヘルス(mHealth)

  • 概要
  • mHealthサービスの推進因子
  • mHealthサービスの導入における課題
  • mHealthサービスの可能性

第9章 モバイルマネー

  • モバイル送金のビジネスモデル
  • モバイルマネーアプリケーションの主な成功因子
  • モバイルマネーサービスの課題
  • モバイル送金サービスにおける現金化の市場機会
  • 各国で実施されているモバイルマネーサービスの例
  • 総論

第10章 モバイル広告・モバイルマーケティング

  • モバイル広告の見通し

第11章 新興市場における動向

  • OTT事業者の出現と破壊的役割
  • ゆっくりと返り咲くSMS
  • ビジネスダイナミクスを強化する新しい代替的ビジネスモデルの出現
  • 新たなサービスの導入:若年層による大きな貢献
  • ベーシックおよび高速のインターネットサービスのアベイラビリティ
  • コンテンツプロバイダーと通信事業者の収益共有
  • 「顧客のためのサービス」への注力の強化
  • 企業区分への焦点
  • エンドユーザー向けの幅広い種類の端末

第12章 通信事業者への提言

  • 顧客向けサービスの分類
  • 提携によるパートナーとのエコシステムの実現
  • プライシングモデルのカスタマイゼーション
  • 機器製造業者/ベンダーや通信分野の他の事業者との提携の強化
  • コンテンツのローカライズ
  • 助成
  • 消費者の教育による新しいサービス(mコマース・mHealthなど)への注力

第13章 市場予測・推計

  • ソーシャルネットワーキング
  • モバイルソーシャル広告
  • 世界のモバイルゲーム

第14章 ソーシャルネットワーキングサイト:プロファイル

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Linkedin
  • Myspace
  • Pinterest
  • deviantART
  • LiveJournal
  • Tagged
  • Orkut
  • Cafemom
  • Ning
  • Meet up
  • Mylife
  • Badoo
  • Ask.fm

第15章 モバイルゲーム企業:プロファイル

  • Zynga
  • EA (Electronic Arts Inc)
  • GameLoft
  • Glu
  • Com2uS
  • DeNA

第16章 主要スマートフォン

第17章 WiseStrokesの見解・分析

図表リスト

目次

The telecom operators are now transforming their service delivery context from voice & traditional VAS services (like ringtones and SMS) towards the new age VAS services like Social Networking sites, Mobile Gaming, Mobile Apps, Mobile Video, Mobile Money service etc, to name a few. The telcos by facilitating the accessibility to these services to the users are also able to increase the monetization of their data services offerings, which has now emerged as an complimentary factor to access these services on one hand and providing the telcos with increased revenues and increased customer loyalty benefits on the other hand.

Further, increasing penetration of smartphones, competitive data services offerings, emergence of social networking media and instant messaging services (OTT), would further provide the telcos with accessibility to increased target base and a potential opportunity to deliver a stack of services to the end users.

This research report summarizes the various new age VAS service being offered by the global telecom operators, the current scenario for these offerings across select geographies, Drivers and Obstacles for the services, suggestion for the telecom operators. It also provides insights on the trend of Mobile OS and Handset popularity trends across key select countries, the finding of which can be leveraged upon by the telecom operators, app developers, and content providers etc to enhance their services offering capabilities. The report is generated through secondary findings available on the internet and the relevant sources of data have been mentioned wherever applicable.

Key Findings

The global mobile subscription count is expected to equal the global population count by the end of 2013 and is further estimated to reach 7.5 billion by 2015.

The global mobile broadband connection is expected to reach 2.9 billion by 2015, being led by 3G services and its evolution. The total smartphone shipment, as a percentage of total worldwide handset shipments is expected to rise considerably and reach 1,021.8 million units by 2016.

More than 268 million apps are expected to be downloaded by 2016, of which free apps downloaded would constitute around 94.5% of the total downloads. The total revenue from the apps is expected to reach $26 billion in 2016.

The total smartphone sales has increased from 24.9 million units in Q1-2007 to 225.32 million units in Q2-2013 as compared to the total sales of mobile phones which increased from 259.03 million units in Q1-2007 to reach 435.18 million units in Q2-2013.

Android OS is the most popular mobile OS in smartphone with 79% market share in Q2- 2013.

Samsung had the highest market share in terms of sales by handset vendor in Q2-2013 with 24.7% share in the total global phone sales.

The increased usage of smartphones has facilitated in penetration of mobile internet services, and has become the most popular medium to access social networking sites, use mobile apps, watch videos and play games online.

Samsung is gaining popularity across all the major regions with sales of Nokia declining in the recent years.

Android OS is also gaining popularity especially across developing regions like Asia-Pacific and Africa, whereas Symbian is losing its user base in these regions.

The youth population within the age group of 15-29 years would constitute around 40% of the entire world's population by 2015 and would be the major driver for increased adoption of mobile linked services.

Facebook is the most popular social networking site with more than 1,589 million users in September 2013, of which around 73.5% were mobile users.

The total number of social networking users is expected to reach 2.55 billion by 2017, with more than 1.23 billion users from Asia-Pacific region.

Global gaming revenues is expected to reach $86.1 billion by 2016, of which 16.2% would be from smartphones and 11.6% from tablets.

Dynamic business models are expected to emerge with Telcos partnering with OTT players for offering specialized products for target segment.

Target Audience

  • Mobile Network Operators
  • Mobile Software Developers
  • Mobile Application Developers
  • Handset and Tablet Manufacturers
  • Content and Applications Aggregators
  • Wireless Privacy and Security Specialists
  • Mobile Marketing and Advertising Providers

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction

  • 2.1 Background
  • 2.2 Global Mobile and Broadband Connectivity
  • 2.3 Global Smartphone Shipments
  • 2.4 Conclusion

3. Social Networking

  • 3.1 Overview
  • 3.2 Categories of Social Networking sites
  • 3.3 Drivers for Increased adoption of Social Networking sites
  • 3.4 Challenges for Social Networking
  • 3.5 Opportunities in Social Networking
  • 3.6 Steps carriers can take to enhance mobile social networking adoption
  • 3.7 Few Initiatives by the Mobile Operators and Device Manufacturers to monetize Social Networking
  • 3.8 Conclusion

4. Mobile Applications

  • 4.1 Overview
  • 4.2 Types of Mobile Application Stores
  • 4.3 Drivers for adoption of Mobile Applications
  • 4.4 Major Free and Paid Apps Downloads from Major App stores
  • 4.5 Mobile Application Scenario in Select Markets
    • 4.5.1 Mobile Application in South Africa
    • 4.5.2 Mobile application In China
    • 4.5.3 Mobile Application in East Africa
  • 4.6 Challenges for Mobile Applications Adoption
  • 4.7 Mobile Application: Opportunity to be tapped
  • 4.8 Conclusion

5. Mobile Gaming

  • 5.1 Overview
    • 5.1.1. The three major advancements in technology for Mobile Gaming Industry
  • 5.2 Distribution Model for Mobile and Tablet Games
  • 5.3 Drivers of Mobile Gaming
  • 5.4 Challenges for Mobile Gaming
  • 5.5 Opportunities in Mobile Gaming
    • 5.5.1. Telecom Operators and Internet Service Providers
    • 5.5.2. Device Makers
  • 5.6 Conclusion

6. Mobile Videos

  • 6.1 Steps involved in creation of charging model by telcos

7. Mobile Phones/Smartphones and Mobile OS

  • 7.1 Overview
  • 7.2 Roadblocks/ Hurdles in Smartphones gaining momentum
  • 7.3 Mobile Phone Operating System- Market Share and Trends
  • 7.4 iOS (Apple) vs Android (Google)
  • 7.5 What makes Android gain more popularity than iOS
  • 7.6 Monthly trends of popular Mobile OS, Jan2011-Sep2013

8. Mobile Health (mHealth)

  • 8.1 Overview
  • 8.2 Drivers of mHealth services
  • 8.3 Challenges for the uptake of mHealth Services
  • 8.4 Potential of mHealth Services

9. Mobile Money

  • 9.1 Business Models for Mobile Money Transfer
  • 9.2 Key Success Factors for Mobile Money Applications
  • 9.3 Challenges for the Mobile Money Services
  • 9.4 Opportunities to encash upon in Mobile Money Transfer Services
  • 9.5 Some instance of Mobile Money services launched in various Countries
  • 9.6 Conclusion

10. Mobile Advertising and Marketing

  • 10.1 Outlook of mobile advertising

11. Trends in Emerging Markets

  • 11.1 Emergence and disruptive role of the OTT players
  • 11.2 SMS to stage a slow comeback
  • 11.3 Emergence of new alternative business models to strengthen business dynamics
  • 11.4 Youth population to contribute significantly to drive new services adoption
  • 11.5 Availability of basic and high speed internet services
  • 11.6 Revenue sharing between the content providers and telecom operators
  • 11.7 Increased focus on the services for the customers
  • 11.8 Focus on the enterprise segments
  • 11.9 Availability of wide variety of handsets for end users

12. Suggestion for Telecom Operators

  • 12.1 Classification of services offered to customers
  • 12.2 Enabling Partner Ecosystem through Collaboration
  • 12.3 Customization of Pricing models
  • 12.4 Leveraging the partnership with device manufacturers/vendors and other elements of the Telecom ecosystem
  • 12.5 Localized version of contents
  • 12.6 Subsidize
  • 12.7 Focus on emerging services like m-commerce/m-health via consumer education

13. Forecasts and Estimates

  • 13.1 Social Networking
  • 13.2 Mobile Social Advertising
  • 13.3 Global Mobile Games

14. Social Networking Sites: Profile Snapshots

  • 14.1 Facebook
  • 14.2 Twitter
  • 14.3 Linkedin
  • 14.4 Myspace
  • 14.5 Pinterest
  • 14.6 deviantART
  • 14.7 LiveJournal
  • 14.8 Tagged
  • 14.9 Orkut
  • 14.10 Cafemom
  • 14.11 Ning
  • 14.12 Meet up
  • 14.13 Mylife
  • 14.14 Badoo
  • 14.15 Ask.fm

15. Mobile Gaming Companies: Profile Snapshots

  • 15.1 Zynga
  • 15.2 EA (Electronic Arts Inc)
  • 15.3 GameLoft
  • 15.4 Glu
  • 15.5 Com2uS
  • 15.6 DeNA

16. Popular Smartphones

  • 16.1 Nokia Lumia 625
  • 16.2 Samsung Galaxy Note 3
  • 16.3 Galaxy S4 Zoom
  • 16.4 Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 I9200
  • 16.5 Samsung I9505 Galaxy S4
  • 16.6 Samsung Galaxy Grand I9080
  • 16.7 Sony Xperia Z1
  • 16.8 Sony Xperia C
  • 16.9 Sony Xperia M
  • 16.10 Apple iPhone 5s
  • 16.11 Apple iPhone 5c
  • 16.12 HTC Desire 300
  • 16.13 HTC Butterfly S
  • 16.14 HTC One mini
  • 16.15 BlackBerry Z30
  • 16.16 LG G Pro Lite Dual
  • 16.17 LG Optimus L2 II E435
  • 16.18 Micromax A74 Canvas Fun
  • 16.19 Motorola Moto X
  • 16.20 Motorola DROID Ultra

17. WiseStrokes Views and Analysis

List of Tables

  • Table 1: Global Telecom Indicators for the World Telecommunication Service Sector in 2013*
  • Table 2: Mobile subscriber growth trend worldwide, 2005-2013
  • Table 4: Worldwide Cost/MB (in $) mobile data v/s Monthly mobile data traffic (in MB) per
  • Table 7: Global Sale of iPhone (in million) from Q1-2008 to Q3-2013
  • Table 9: Comparision of iOs and Android OS Market Share, Q1-2011-to- Q2-2013
  • Table 10: Global Population Forecast by Age Groups, 2010-2050
  • Table 11: Social Network Users Worldwide (in billions), 2011-2017
  • Table 12: Social Networking Users Worldwide forecast, 2011-2017 (in Millions)
  • Table 13: Social Networking User Penetration worldwide (by Region), 2011-2017 (% of Population in each group)
  • Table 14: Social Networking User Penetration Worldwide (by Region), 2011-2017 (% of internet user in each group
  • Table 15: Global Mobile Advertising Revenues Forecast by Region, 2012-2016
  • Table 16: US Social Media Advertising Revenues and Social Display Ad Revenues and Native Display Ad revenues, 2012-2017
  • Table 17: Global Gaming Revenue Forecast, 2012-2016
  • Table 18: Facebook Worldwide and Regional ARPU Trend, Q2-2010 - Q3-2013
  • Table 19: Linkedin Quarterly Revenues (in $mn) and Total members (in mn),
  • Table 20: Country-wise visitors (in %) for Various Social Networking Sites (1 of 3)
  • Table 21: Country-wise visitors (in %) for Various Social Networking Sites (2 of 3)
  • Table 22: Country-wise visitors (in %) for Various Social Networking Sites (3 of 3)
  • Table 23: Zynga User Base Trends (Annual), 2009-2012
  • Table 24: Zynga User Base Trends (Quarterly), Mar-2010-to- Sep-2013
  • Table 25: EA Quarterly Revenues by Console, Q1-11-to-Q2-14
  • Table 26: EA Quarterly Revenues by Mobile & Handhelds, Q1-11-to-Q2-14
  • Table 27: GameLoft - Key Metrics
  • Table 28: Gameloft Revenue Trend by Activity, 2008-2012

List of Figures

  • Fig 1: Worldwide Population and Mobile cellular subscription growth, 2005-2013*
  • Fig 2: Worldwide Mobile penetration in 2013* and subscription growth rates, 2005-2013
  • Fig 3: Internet users by development level, 2003-2013*, and by region, 2013
  • Fig 4: Global Mobile Connections Forecast, 2007-2015
  • Fig5: Global Mobile Subscriber Growth Regionwise, 2005-13
  • Fig 6: Active Mobile Broadband Subscriber Growth Regionwise, 2010-2013
  • Fig 7: Active Mobile Broadband Subscriber Penetration Regionwise, 2010-2013
  • Fig 8: Time spend on iOS and Android connected devices
  • Fig 9: Global Mobile Applications User Base Forecast, 2011-2015
  • Fig 10: Popular App Categories
  • Fig 11: Global Smartphone Sales Forecast, 2011-2016
  • Fig 12: Components of the existing telecom VAS Value Chain Systems
  • Fig 13: Mobile driving active usage on Twitter and Google+
  • Fig 14: Percentageof active user between Q2-2012 and Q1-2013 by age groups
  • Fig 15: Top 15 Social media sites worldwide Ranked on the basis of active user penetration, Q1 2013 (% of internet users)
  • Fig 16: Percentage Change in Worldwide Facebook User's activities on Facebook by Device in Q1-2013 v/s Q2-2012
  • Fig 17: Active Users on Facebook- Total Users and Mobile Users
  • Fig 18: Usage of Social Networking sites
  • Fig 19: Usage of Social Networking sites to communicate views
  • Fig 20: Social Networking Usage still being driven by the Young Age group population
  • Fig 21: Access to Social Networking is the most popular activity on smartphones
  • Fig 22: Top Messaging Apps Globally
  • Fig 23: Mobile Internet usage via Apps on Smartphones
  • Fig 24: Inter-relationship between Learning Curve and User Experience
  • Fig 25: Top 5 Free Apps on Apple App Store, September 2013
  • Fig 26: Top 5 Paid Apps on Apple App Store, September 2013
  • Fig 27: Top 5 Free Apps on Google Play, September 2013
  • Fig 28: Top 5 Paid Apps on Google Play, September 2013
  • Fig 29: Top 5 Free Apps on Amazon AppStore, September 2013
  • Fig 30: Top 5 Paid Apps on Amazon AppStore, September 2013
  • Fig 31: Total Mobile Apps Downloads Forecast Worldwide, 2012-2017
  • Fig 32: Forecast of Mobile Gamers in US, 2012-2016
  • Fig 33: Time Watched by Video Length and Device
  • Fig 34: Frequency of watching Videos on Computer/PC
  • Fig 35: Frequency of Video Watching on Smartphone
  • Fig 36: Worldwide Total Mobile Phone and Smartphone Sales, Q1-2007-to- Q2-2013
  • Fig 37: Worldwide Smartphone Sales by Mobile OS, Q1-2007- to-Q2-2013
  • Fig 38: Global Smartphone Market Share (in Percent) by Mobile OS, Q2-2013
  • Fig 39: Global Mobile Phone Sales to End Users by Vendor in Q2-2013
  • Fig 40: Global Phones Sales by Vendors to End Users by Vendor in Q2-2013 (Market Share in Percentage)
  • Fig 41: Global Smartphone Sales to End Users by Vendor in Q2-2013
  • Fig 42: Global Smartphone Sales to End Users by Vendor in Q2-2013 (Market Share in Percentage)
  • Fig 43: Market Share of Popular Mobile OS in United States
  • Fig 44: Market Share of Popular Mobile OS in United Kingdom
  • Fig 45: Market Share of Popular Mobile OS in Germany
  • Fig 46: Market Share of Popular Mobile OS in France
  • Fig 47: Market Share of Popular Mobile OS in Italy
  • Fig 48: Market Share of Popular Mobile OS in Spain
  • Fig 49: Market Share of Popular Mobile OS in Australia
  • Fig 50: Market Share of Popular Mobile OS in Urban China
  • Fig51: Market share of Mobile OS (Forecasted), 2012 and 2016
  • Fig 52: Worldwide trend of popular mobile OS, Jan2011-Sep2013
  • Fig 53: Trend of popular mobile OS in North America, Jan2011-Sep2013
  • Fig 54: Trend of popular mobile OS in Africa, Jan2011-Sep2013
  • Fig 55: Trend of popular mobile OS in Europe, Jan2011-Sep2013
  • Fig 56: Trend of popular Mobile OS in South America, Jan2011-Sep2012
  • Fig 57: Trend of popular Mobile OS in Oceania, Jan2011-Sep2012
  • Fig 58: Trend of popular mobile OS in Asia, Jan2011-Sep2013
  • Fig 59: Trend of popular mobile OS in Indonesia, Jan2011-Sep2013
  • Fig 60: Trend of popular mobile OS in India, Jan2011-Sep2013
  • Fig 61: Trend of popular mobile OS in Sri Lanka, Jan2011-Sep2013
  • Fig 62: Trend of popular mobile OS in Malaysia, Jan2011-Sep2013
  • Fig 63: Trend of popular mobile OS in Philippines, Jan2011-Sep2013
  • Fig 64: Trend of popular mobile OS in Singapore, Jan2011-Sep2013
  • Fig 65: Trend of popular mobile OS in Russia, Jan2011-Sep2013
  • Fig 66: Number of Mobile Money Deployment by World regions, March 2012
  • Fig 67: Mobile money services deployed and planned globally
  • Fig 68: Global Mobile money account registered users globally
  • Fig 69: Common Activities performed using the Mobile Money service
  • Fig 70: Countries where airtime top-us are available through mobile money
  • Fig 71: Competitive moves of the players in the mobile advertising chain
  • Fig 72: Key challenges for mobile advertising from Brand/Buyer perspective
  • Fig 73: Percentage of Time Spent in Media vs. % of Advertising Spending, USA 2011
  • Fig 74: Mobile Handset Manufacturer Market Share Trend in Brazil, Jan'11- Sep'13
  • Fig 75: Mobile Handset Manufacturer Market Share Trend in Indonesia, Jan'11- Sep'13
  • Fig 76: Mobile Handset Manufacturer Market Share Trend in India, Jan'11- Sep'13
  • Fig 77: Mobile Handset Manufacturer Market Share Trend in Malaysia, Jan'11- Sep'13
  • Fig 78: Mobile Handset Manufacturer Market Share Trend in Russia, Jan'11- Sep'13
  • Fig 79: Mobile Handset Manufacturer Market Share Trend in Thailand, Jan'11- Sep'13
  • Fig 80: Mobile Handset Manufacturer Market Share Trend in South Africa, Jan'11- Sep'13
  • Fig 81: Mobile Handset Manufacturer Market Share Trend in Philippines, Jan'11- Sep'13
  • Fig 82: Mobile Handset Manufacturer Market Share Trend in China, Jan'11- Sep'13
  • Fig 83: Facebook Advertising Revenues by Region Trend, Q2-2010 - Q3-2013
  • Fig 84: Facebook Payment and Other Revenue by Regions Trend, Q2-2010 - Q3-2013
  • Fig 85: Facebook Monthly Active Users by Regions Trend, Q1-2010 - Q3-2013
  • Fig 86: Facebook Daily Active Users by Regions Trend, Q1-2010 - Q3-2013
  • Fig 87: Linkedin Quarterly Revenues (in $mn) and Total members (in mn), Mar-10 to Sep-13
  • Fig 88: Zynga Revenue Trends, 2008-2012
  • Fig 89: Zynga Revenue Trends for major game offerings, Q1-2011 to Q4-2012
  • Fig 90: Zynga Quarterly Revenue break-up by Geography (in %), Q1-2011 to Q3-2013
  • Fig 91: EA Quarterly Revenues by Geography, Q1-2011-to-Q4-2013
  • Fig 92: EA Quarterly Revenue by Composition, Q1-2011-to-Q4-2013
  • Fig 93: GameLoft Revenue Trend, 2008-2012
  • Fig 94: GameLoft Revenue split by Geography, 2011 & 2012
  • Fig 95: Glu Revenue Trend, 2008-2012
  • Fig 96: Com2uS Revenue Trend, Q1-2010-to-Q2-2013
  • Fig 97: DeNA Revenue Trend, 2009-2013

List of Insights

  • Insight 1: Mobile data usage in the Middle East region
  • Insight 2: Usage of Social Networking Sites
  • Insight 3: MTS selects Teradata to enhance its sales and reduce customer churn
  • Insight 4: Globe Telecom partners with Viber to create a Win-Win situation
  • Insight 5: Chat Apps overpowering the SMS in India
  • Insight 6: Mobile Messaging Application Line targets 20 million users in India within 6 months in India
  • Insight 7: Airtel Entertainment Store video section has more than 10 million customers within 3 months
  • Insight 8: Number of People Who Share or Post Videos Online Has Doubled Since 2009
  • Insight 9: MEDafrica
  • Insight 10: Safaricom M-PESA
  • Insight 11: Brand Image may get Tarnished owing to Bad experience of users on Mobile sites
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