Mobile Broadband Traffic Consumed By Mobile Phones Predicted to Grow

Posted by at 12:19 pm on October 2, 2009

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “US Mobile Broadband: Market, Forecasts and Behavior, 2009-2015” report to their offering.   The report is an in-depth study of the US mobile broadband market. Covering 2009 to 2015, it contains:

  • Extensive commentary on factors that will drive mobile broadband take-up in the US over the next six years
  • User forecasts by device type (netbooks, notebooks and 3G/3G+ phones)
  • Traffic forecasts for each device, by traffic type (video, audio, P2P, data)
  • Voice and data service revenue forecasts
  • SMS vs internet traffic data service revenue forecasts
  • Data revenue forecasts by carrier (Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile)
  • Data ARPU forecasts by carrier (Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile)
  • Implications of these factors for operators, vendors, rights holders and content owners

Mobile broadband take up continues to grow as a complement to fixed line broadband, and even as a replacement among some user segments in the US. Although launched as a solely business service, mobile broadband is now a mass-market consumer product sold in an intensively competitive market.   Catalysts for continued mobile broadband take-up interrogated in this report include: smartphones and other 3G/3G+ phone ownership, netbook purchase, 3G roll out with LTE coming to the market in 2010, social networking, applications and widgets, video, operating systems, cloud services, and location based services.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Eco-system of devices: netbooks, notebooks and mobile phones
  • Smartphones and 3G/3G+ phones
  • Mobile phones and teens
  • Netbooks
  • Chips
  • Social networking
  • Video
  • Applications
  • Operating systems, including
  • Location based services
  • 3G/3G+, network capacity, and ‘white-spaces’
  • Forecasts – 2009-2015:
  • List of Figures

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