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Overstated mobile data growth reduces need for LTE - study

Monday 8 November 2010 | 15:12 CET | News
Mobile operators can easily meet the demands on their networks at the current growth rates without huge investment in LTE, and could even emerge from the initial phase of market growth with substantially improved revenue-per-byte rates and much healthier margins, according to a report from Analysys Mason. According to the market researcher, current growth rates in mobile data traffic are overstated. Measured mobile data traffic growth in Europe is nothing like as fast as 'doubling every year', a frequently reiterated claim. Its research indicates that while European mobile data traffic grew

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