Ericsson: Mobile Internet subscriptions doubling in 5 years

Jun

19

2017

Ericsson Ericsson has announced its new report for June 2017. The Swedish company expects the number of mobile broadband subscriptions in 2022 to double to 8.3 billion worldwide, up from the 4.6 billion subscriptions by the first quarter of 2017, Thanks to cheaper smartphones and better communication networks.

According to the report, mobile broadband subscriptions, which include smartphones, tablets and other devices, accounted for 25 percent year-on-year, with broadband subscriptions accounting for 60 percent of all mobile communications this quarter, up from 57 percent End of 2016.

Mobile phone subscriptions totaled 7.6 billion, an increase of 4 percent over last year. The growth in the number of mobile Internet broadband subscribers for smartphones is linked to access to cheap smartphones and better wireless networks, with smartphones making up 80 percent of all mobile phones Sold this quarter.

At present, 80 per cent of the world’s population can reach a broadband mobile network, and Ericsson expects coverage to reach 95 per cent by 2022. Smartphone subscriptions exceeded those of the world’s major phones for the first time last year, 55 percent of mobile subscriptions favor smartphones now.

The Middle East and Africa region has the lowest broadband penetration rate, but is expected to see the largest growth between now and 2022, thanks to the increasing number of door residents and smartphones at affordable prices.

According to the report, more than one million new subscribers per day will be added to mobile broadband services over the next six years, which means an additional 2.6 billion subscribers by the end of 2022, along with the expected growth of mobile technology including Internet connectivity things IoT and LTE technology .

The report also shows how interconnected networks can be linked cost-effectively by taking advantage of current mobile infrastructure and how fifth-generation networks can make public transport with autonomous, self-contained vehicles safer.

Broadband networks around the world currently account for 50 to 85 percent of all mobile subscriptions, and people who connect multiple devices are pushing the growth of subscriptions in the mature market.

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