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Global mobile data traffic reaches 6-yr high in Q3, jumping 115%

Wednesday 3 January 2018 | 16:00 CET | News
Mobile data traffic jumped 115 percent year-on-year in the third quarter, reaching a six-year high, according to the latest study from Strategy Analytics, pushed by Reliance Jio, China Unicom, and Vodafone. India and China accounted for half of all traffic growth worldwide. Average usage per Sim card increased to 1.5 GB per month from 0.7 GB the year before. Non-SMS data services now account for 55 percent of all mobile service revenue globally.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: China Unicom / Reliance Jio / Unicom / Vodafone
Countries: World
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