Smartphones will account for two out of every three mobile connections globally by 2020, according to a major new report by GSMA Intelligence, the research arm of the GSM Association.
The GSMA said its latest report shows that the Asia Pacific region now accounts for half of the world’s mobile subscribers and will remain one of the world’s fastest growing mobile markets through 2020 and beyond.
The GSMA and the Multimedia University of Malaysia (MMU) have agreed to collaborate to develop a Master’s course in Converged Telecommunications Policy and Regulation.
The GSM Association (GSMA) and Facebook Inc, through its Internet.org partnership, have announced a joint initiative designed to connect the billions of men and women globally who currently have no access to Internet-based communications services.
The GSMA has announced its membership in the Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI), a diverse global coalition of over 50 members committed to driving down the cost of Internet access in developing countries via regulatory and policy reform.
The number of 4G-LTE (Fourth Generation-Long Term Evolution) connections worldwide is forecast to pass one billion by 2017, according to a new study by GSMA Intelligence, matching an earlier forecast by Ericsson.
The GSM Association said it is collaborating with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in a new programme to encourage the development of mobile broadband in the Asia Pacific region.
The GSMA has released the initial findings of its 2013 Mobile Money Adoption Survey, which underscores the critical role of mobile and mobile network operators (MNOs) in driving the adoption of convenient and affordable financial services among unbanked and under-banked individuals around the world.
The GSM Association (GSMA) has announced it would be working with government agencies and mobile network operators to provide up to one million Filipino out-of-school youth (OSY) with additional opportunities to access education, including technical vocational education, via mobile media.
New research by the GSM Association (GSMA), in association with local mobile operators, found that a large majority of Malaysians are concerned that apps might be collecting personal information without their permission, which have caused many to limit their app use.