Mobile broadband modem sales take off in West Europe

Monday 25 May 2009 | 11:45 CET | News
The mobile broadband modems market has transitioned from a high-end niche device market to a lower-margin mass market with the increased penetration of Chinese players Huawei and ZTE. Telecompaper's latest research report shows that the mobile broadband modem market, including USB modem devices, PC Cards, ExpressCards, and internal cellular modems for laptops and mini-laptops, reached around 10.5 million units in Western Europe in 2008, more than doubling from 4.3 million in 2007. Demand was fuelled by declining prices, both of modems and packages offered by operators, heavy promotions,

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Countries: Western Europe
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