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Mobile broadband revenue to nearly double by 2016

Saturday 22 December 2012 | 06:32 CET | News
Mobile service revenue is increasing year-on-year but the growth rate is decreasing and in some cases not keeping pace with network operator capital expenditures, according to a report from Infonetics Research. Despite the rise of revenue from mobile data services, blended ARPU continues to fall or stay flat due to fierce competition, declining voice ARPU, and regulatory tariffs.

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