Global spend on telecom, pay-TV to reach USD 1.7 bln this yr, driven by mobile - study

Tuesday 5 December 2017 | 12:05 CET | News
Global spending on telecom services and pay TV services is expected to rise 1.7 percent year-on-year to nearly USD 1.7 billion in 2017, according to the latest study from IDC. By 2018, spending on telecom and Pay TV services will advance 2 percent to pass USD 1.7 billion. Over the years (2011-2021), spend on Pay TV has and will remain stable while spend on mobile has and will continue to grow steadily, the most of any other segment. Spend on Fixed data has and will continue to lift lightly, in reverse to spend on fixed voice.

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