Global mobile statistics 2011: all quality mobile marketing research, mobile Web stats, subscribers, ad revenue, usage, trends…

The essential compendium of need-to-know statistics. Beware of media hype and mobile myth – put your mobile strategy on a sound footing with the latest research from credible independent experts. Global mobile subscribers, handset sales, mobile Web usage, mobile apps, mobile ad spend, top mobile operators and mobile financial services.

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The updated Big compendium of mobile statistics includes free statistics on Mobile subscribers (global and regional); handset and smartphone market share; best mobile operators; mobile Web users; 3G coverage; Web-enabled handsets; forecasts for mobile marketing, mobile advertising spend and messaging (SMS, MMS, IM and mobile email); consumer mobile behavior; mobile app/browser use; mobile searches; mobile apps, app stores, pricing and failure rates; mobile payment, NFC, m-commerce, m-ticketing and m-coupons; mobile financial services (MFS) and m-banking. Every stat links back to the source, so if you want to dig deeper you know which research organization to buy the report from.

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