Worldwide Mobile Industry Handbook 2012-2016

Worldwide Mobile Industry Handbook 2012-2016

Your essential guide to understanding the size, scope and major players of the worldwide mobile industry: 4th Edition

Published July 2012 – All new market size data and mobile subscriber forecasts

 

For full details, pricing information and how to order your own copy, for immediate download, please visit http://www.portioresearch.com/en/reports/current-portfolio/worldwide-mobile-industry-handbook-2012-2016.aspx

 

Serving as your essential and highly valuable guide to the mobile and wireless industry, this data-packed Handbook will enable you to better understand the worldwide mobile market.

 

 

Subscribers

  • ·         The number of mobile subscribers worldwide stood at almost 6 billion at end-2011. The subscriber base is forecast to increase at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 7.3 percent between 2011 and 2016, to reach nearly 8.5 billion by end-2016.
  • ·         This growth will be led by markets in Asia Pacific and Africa. During the period 2011-2016, the subscriber base of Asia Pacific is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9 percent; African markets will witness a CAGR of 9.4 percent during the same period.
  • ·         The advanced markets of North America and Western Europe are approaching saturation, with most of the markets having close to or more than 100 percent mobile penetration.[1]
  • ·         Mobile subscribers worldwide are gradually shifting to 3G and higher networks, and users in these segments are forecast to account for around 60 percent of total subscribers by end-2016, compared to 26 percent at end-2011.

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Figure 1:                Mobile Subscribers – Worldwide (In Million, End 2009 – End 2016F)
Source: Portio Research Ltd.

F – Forecasted

 

 

 

 

Portio Research forecasts that:

–       there will be 6.5 billion mobile subscribers worldwide by end-2012

–       the worldwide mobile subscriber base will now grow at a CAGR of 7.3 percent between 2011 and 2016, to near 8.5 billion by end-2016

–       worldwide annual handset shipments will exceed 1.67 billion at end-2012, 125 million more than that in 2011

–       worldwide annual handset shipments will reach 2.15 billion by end-2016

–       smartphone shipments in 2012 will account for almost 40 percent of total worldwide handset shipments

–       smartphones will account for the majority of worldwide handset shipments by end-2016

–       mobile services generated over USD 1.3 trillion in revenues worldwide in 2011, and that this revenue is now expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.3 percent between 2011 and 2016, to hit nearly USD 1.8 trillion by end-2016

–       the worldwide mobile market will generate total service revenues of nearly eight trillion US dollars over the next five years

–       subscriber growth in the 2011-2016 period will be led by markets in Africa and Asia Pacific; with respective projected regional level CAGRs of 9.4 and 9 percent

–       the Top 10 markets by mobile subscriber additions (to 2016) will add 1,807 million subscribers over the next five years

–       the leading markets (by growth in subscriber numbers) are China (633.4 million), India, Indonesia, Brazil, Egypt, Pakistan, The US, Bangladesh, Nigeria, and Iran (55.1 million additions)

–       these same markets, measured as CAGR (2011-2016): Egypt leads (with 16.7 percent), followed by Oman, Sudan, Bangladesh, Mozambique, Iran, Pakistan, China, Uganda, and Nigeria (9.9 percent)

–       frustratingly, mobile ARPU is declining worldwide due to the increased acquisition of new users from low-value and rural segments, fierce price competition, and commoditisation of voice and messaging services

–       mobile equipment spend is expected to reach USD 56.3 billion at end-2012, recording a year-on-year growth rate of 3.6 percent

–       annual worldwide equipment will exceed USD 68 billion in 2016.

 

There is MUCH MORE for you in this all-new Worldwide Mobile Industry Handbook 2012-2016

 

 

This is the fourth edition of this detailed and comprehensively updated handbook, which offers you all the essential market data required for business strategy and planning purposes, including:

– in-depth subscriber growth forecasts for leading countries

– subscriber figures for key network operators across all major geographies

– market share data

– quarterly handset shipment figures

– handset and infrastructure vendor profiles

– analysis of popular handsets/smartphones

– ARPU data

– churn figures

– vendor market share and so much more.

 

Other report features include an introduction with performance comparisons of mobile vs. other media and major industries, to demonstrate how massive mobile truly is, and briefings on the four major aspects of the mobile industry: subscribers, revenues, handsets and infrastructure.

 

This essential new 192-page market report will act as a touchstone to refer back to again and again for meetings, presentations and business plans.

 

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Please see full details online at http://www.portioresearch.com/en/reports/current-portfolio/worldwide-mobile-industry-handbook-2012-2016.aspx

 

 

Key features of this essential new market study:

 

  • ·         Analyze 5-year mobile subscriber forecasts to 2016; identify key growth opportunities
  • ·         Handset shipment data and market share
  • ·         Understand the true value of the worldwide mobile industry
  • ·         Essential forecasts and market sizing; worldwide, regional, country and operator-level analysis
  • ·         Study performance comparisons of mobile vs. other media and major industries
  • ·         83 key markets examined; country level subscriber growth and penetration forecasts
  • ·         MNO market share assessed
  • ·         Review ARPU, churn rates, penetration, and handset/smartphone shipments
  • ·         Scrutinize technology breakout forecasts (2G/3G and above split) to 2016
  • ·         Compare the Galaxy S III, Nokia Lumia 800 and iPhone 4S with other competing, popular smartphones
  • ·         All this and more in this must-have 192 page report

 

Please view the full brochure online at http://www.portioresearch.com/media/2116/Worldwide%20Mobile%20Industry%20Handbook%202012-2016%20BROC.pdf

 

 

About this report:

 

6.5 billion mobile subscribers worldwide by end-2012; annual handset shipments of over 2.15 billion by 2016; a global market projected to generate total service revenue of nearly eight trillion dollars over the next five years – the mobile space continues to see significant growth worldwide, and remains a highly exciting industry representing massive opportunities to all.

 

As mobile technology continues to evolve and significantly influence user lifestyles, and ever more multi-functional mobile phones and services feature heavily in news-cycles and popular culture, the impact the mobile industry has had, and will have, on daily life is almost unfathomable.

 

In the following seven chapters, this new handbook delivers essential forecasts and market data offering worldwide, regional, country and operator-level analysis, to fully immerse you in all things mobile:

 

  • ·         Introduction
  • ·         Mobile Subscriber Base
  • ·         Mobile Handset Market
  • ·         Mobile Infrastructure Market
  • ·         Mobile Marketing Data
  • ·         Key Telecom Technologies
  • ·         Appendices (including full glossary of terms)

 

Mobile technology now touches almost everything.  Having moved from the periphery to be omnipresent in daily life, the mobile space by default becomes a sector of great interest to nearly everyone.  

 

Worldwide mobile market growth, while initially driven by uptake in Western mobile markets, is currently underpinned by the emerging markets of Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa. By end-2016, Portio Research now forecasts that worldwide mobile subscribers will total nearly 8.5 billion.

 

This 192-page report is packed with invaluable data and statistics you can use for your own internal reports, presentations and market forecasts. This study by Portio Research serves as a guide for those in the mobile space and beyond to foster better understanding of the worldwide mobile market and the identification of future growth prospects.

 

With broad geographical coverage, this essential new edition includes data collected from 83 mobile markets worldwide, market share data, quarterly handset shipment figures, handset and infrastructure vendor profiles, analysis of popular handsets/smartphones, ARPU data, churn figures and a great deal more.

 

You can view the full sales brochure online at http://www.portioresearch.com/media/2116/Worldwide%20Mobile%20Industry%20Handbook%202012-2016%20BROC.pdf

 

 

Further reasons to buy this research:

 

  • ·         Explore and identify opportunities in a growth market that will generate total revenue of nearly eight trillion dollars over the next five years
  • ·         Worldwide mobile subscriber and revenue forecasts to 2016
  • ·         Top 10 countries by subscriber base, subscriber growth, and future additions
  • ·         Broad geographical coverage: mobile subs and penetration for 83 major markets, and their key MNOs’ subs and market share; Top 10 operators by subscriber base
  • ·         AME broken-out: separate analysis for the Middle East, and for Africa
  • ·         Worldwide mobile handset shipment forecasts to 2016
  • ·         Major handset/smartphone vendor profiles: quarterly shipments, market share and popular handsets
  • ·         5-year mobile equipment spend forecasts; insightful infrastructure vendor profiles
  • ·         Youth mobile penetration in the Top 20 worldwide mobile subscriber markets
  • ·         Monthly mobile data ARPU in the Top 20 worldwide mobile subscriber markets
  • ·         Graphic-heavy, text-light presentation – to quickly update you on the worldwide mobile market
  • ·         Explanations of key technologies and full glossary of terms

 

 

 

Table of Contents

 

The full Table of Contents, complete with List of Figures, Tables and Companies Mentioned in the report is available online athttp://www.portioresearch.com/media/2117/Worldwide%20Mobile%20Industry%20Handbook%202012-2016%20TOC.pdf

 

 

Introduction    

Worldwide Mobile Market        

Subscribers 

Revenues     

Handsets     

Infrastructure

Mobile and Other Major Industries       

Revenue Comparison of Mobile and Other Major Industries

Mobile and Other Media          

Mobile vs. TV           

Mobile vs. Internet    

Performance Comparison – Major Mobile Companies vs Other Big Companies 

Telecommunications vs. Other Industries in Fortune Global 500          

Telecommunication Companies Performance Comparison 2010 and 2011       

 

Mobile Subscriber Base          

Worldwide      

 

Western Europe         

Austria

Belgium       

Denmark      

Finland        

France         

Germany      

Ireland         

Italy 

The Netherlands       

Norway        

Portugal       

Spain           

Sweden       

Switzerland  

The UK        

 

Eastern Europe          

Belarus        

Bulgaria       

Croatia         

Czech Republic        

Greece         

Hungary       

Lithuania      

Poland         

Romania      

Russia         

Serbia          

Slovakia      

Turkey         

Ukraine        

 

Asia Pacific   

Afghanistan 

Australia      

Bangladesh  

China           

Hong Kong  

India

Indonesia     

Japan          

Kazakhstan  

Malaysia      

New Zealand

Pakistan      

The Philippines         

Singapore    

South Korea 

Taiwan         

Thailand       

Vietnam       

 

North America

Canada        

The US        

 

Latin America 

Argentina     

Brazil           

Chile

Colombia     

Jamaica       

Mexico        

Peru

Venezuela    

 

Middle East   

Bahrain        

Iran  

Iraq  

Israel           

Jordan         

Kuwait         

Oman          

Qatar           

Saudi Arabia

Syria

The UAE      

 

Africa

Algeria         

Angola         

DR of Congo           

Egypt          

Ghana          

Kenya          

Lesotho       

Morocco      

Mozambique

Nigeria         

South Africa 

Sudan          

Tanzania      

Tunisia         

Uganda        

 

Mobile Handset Market

Overview        

Major Handset Vendors          

Nokia           

Samsung     

LG   

Sony Ericsson         

Motorola      

Apple          

RIM 

 

Mobile Infrastructure Market    

Overview        

Future Outlook           

Major Mobile Infrastructure Vendors    

Alcatel-Lucent          

Ericsson      

Nokia Siemens Networks      

ZTE 

Huawei Technologies

 

Mobile Marketing Data 

Mobile Penetration – Top 20 Mobile Markets  

Mobile Penetration in Youth Segment –Top 20 Mobile Markets           

Data ARPU – Top 20 Mobile Markets

 

Key Telecom Technologies     

Technologies 

2G   

2.5G/2.75G  

3G   

3.5G

4G   

Network Components and Services     

Backhaul      

Base Transceiver Station (BTS)         

Mobile Services Switching Center (MSC)       

Node-B        

IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)         

Radio Access Network (RAN)

Remote Access Virtual Private Network (VPN)           

Short Message Service Centre (SMSC)          

Multimedia Message Service Centre (MMSC) 

SS7 

Femtocell     

Thin Client    

Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi)        

National leased lines 

International Private Leased Circuit (IPLC)      

Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) 

Managed Services    

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)   

PCS networks          

Orthogonal variable spreading factor (OVSF) 

Mobile Services         

Instant Messaging    

Enterprise Services  

Mobile e-mail           

Location Based Services      

Mobile Video Service Technologies   

Mobile Gaming Services       

Augmented Reality (AR)        

Cloud Computing

 

Appendices     

Glossary      

Portio Research Classifications         

Companies Mentioned in this Report 

 

 

The full Table of Contents, complete with List of Figures, Tables and Companies Mentioned in the report is available online athttp://www.portioresearch.com/media/2117/Worldwide%20Mobile%20Industry%20Handbook%202012-2016%20TOC.pdf

 

 

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I look forward to hearing from you. I hope I can be of some help to you.

 

Kind regards,

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John White

Business Development Director

Portio Research Ltd

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