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1 Worldwide Mobile Content And Commerce Usage And Trends - What You Need To Know To Thrive In A Global Economy Presented by: Marjorie DeHey, JD/MBA – GM MEF

2 Marjorie DeHey, JD/MBA – GM MEF North America General Manager for MEF where she drives the North American strategy for the global organization of over 200 members. Has worked with top brands such as MGM, NBC/Universal, Turner Broadcasting, Coca-Cola, Sony, Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, Warner Brothers, MTV and Samsung. Previously ran the media/entertainment division of the Irish government. Named one of The 25 Women to Watch in 2012 by Mobile Marketer Magazine and quoted as expert on digital media by MSNBC.

3 MEF is the global community for mobile content and commerce. It is the leading trade organization for companies wishing to monetize their goods, services and digital products via the mobile connected device. MEF provides competitive advantage to its diverse membership, shapes industry growth, connects thought leaders and spearheads groundbreaking initiatives which explore and promote monetization opportunities. About MEF

4 Three cool things you may not know…

5 BACK TO CONTENTS UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE {AGC (Apollo Guidance Computer) had 2kb memory, 32kb of read only memory (storage), CPU 1.024 MHz. Samsung Galaxy II S has 1 GB memory (1 048 576 kb), 32 GB storage (33 554 423 kb), CPU Dual-core 1.2 GHz (1200 MHz x 2)} 2000x raw speed 1. Faster than the computer that..

6 According to a study by InMobi: TV usage: 141 minutes a day Phone media usage: 144 minutes 2. The second screen is now the first screen Inmobi, 2012

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8 2.5) Both Bill Gates and Steven Jobs were college dropouts – tuition in 2030 is estimated to be $130,428 a year* http://tech.fortune.cnn.com/2011/10/24/steve-jobs-walter-isaacson/http://tech.fortune.cnn.com/2011/10/24/steve-jobs-walter-isaacson/; *CNBC, 2012

9 3) Monetization is truly here MEF, 2012; 9500 Global Consumers

10 GLOBAL CONSUMER SURVEY 2012: Understanding Mobile Content and Commerce Usage & Trends Worldwide

11 MEF Global Consumer Survey 2012 UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE MEFs annual Global Consumer Survey surveys mobile media users worldwide to understand changing mobile content and commerce behaviors and trends. Purchase – digital or physical goods Research – using the phone to support product/purchase research Banking – transaction or accessing bank accounts 9,500 mobile media users across ten countries were surveyed, namely: US, UK, China, India, Qatar, South Africa, Mexico, Brazil, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia. 11 Sponsors & Partners

12 UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE 12 Device penetration for the Mobile Media Users differs greatly between markets Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: Total respondents 9500

13 UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE 13 In 2012, globally 88% of Mobile Media Users have engaged in mobile content & commerce activity Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: Total respondents 9500

14 UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE 14 Growth markets are a key driver behind the overall global increase in the number of mobile content and commerce users Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: Total respondents 9500

15 UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE 15 Mobile as an engagement engine. Growth driven by Pre-Purchase Research and Banking Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: Total respondents 9500

16 UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE Purchase behavior is maturing & diversifying with a significant increase in the purchase of physical & perishable goods since 2011 Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: Total respondents 9500 N/A

17 9 Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: Total respondents 9500 Research leads to revenue UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE 17

18 UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE Global purchase behavior trends ABOVE AVERAGEBELOW AVERAGE GLOBAL SCORE: 70% Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: Total respondents 9500

19 ABOVE AVERAGEBELOW AVERAGEGLOBAL SCORE: 27% PHYSICAL GOODS UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE Growth Markets are showing above global average penetration for mobile purchases. ABOVE AVERAGEBELOW AVERAGEGLOBAL SCORE: 54% DIGITAL GOODS Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: Total respondents 9500 Growth markets DRIVING MOBILE CONTENT uptake Smartphone markets DRIVING PURCHASE of physical goods

20 Cards and operator payments are the major payments methods UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: Total respondents 9500

21 Globally, 33% users now check their bank balance via their mobile, up from 22% in 2011 UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE 21 Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: Total respondents 9500

22 Globally - convenience and entertainment are the key reasons globally consumers purchase via their mobile UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: Total respondents 9500

23 Consumer Trust and Lack of Need key barriers to further purchase via mobile devices UNDERSTANDING MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS WORLDWIDE 23 Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: Total respondents 9500

24 USA COUNTRY REPORT GLOBAL CONSUMER SURVEY 2012 Mobile Content and Commerce Usage & Trends in the USA

25 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Executive Summary 25

26 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA US Consumers Prefer Payment Via Credit Cards 26 ABOVE AVERAGEBELOW AVERAGEGLOBAL SCORE: 27% PAYMENT BY CARD

27 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. 95% of mobile media users in the USA use a smartphone to access the mobile web. Half of smartphone owners in the USA use an Android device to access mobile media. 31% use an iPhone. 27 Mobile content and commerce activities have grown significantly since 2011. 91% now engage in some form of mobile commerce.

28 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. 28 Purchases via mobile phones has grown to 74% Mobile media users are also researching and banking via mobile significantly more than in 2011 The smartphone platform appears to encourage stronger levels of research, banking and purchase. Smartphone owners offer a clear opportunity for brands and advertisers to engage with them, with their significantly higher usage of all forms of mobile content and commerce. All aspects of mobile content and commerce are increasing in the US.

29 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. 29 50% mobile media users now use their mobile to locate shops, significantly more than in 2011. Significantly more users now engage via mobile to research products and check pricing. Use of mobile coupons and vouchers has also increased significantly in the US, indicating that mobile as a purchase tool is on the rise. Mobile has a key role to play as a purchase tool.

30 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. 30 At 74%, the US places third in terms of goods purchased via mobile. ABOVE AVERAGEBELOW AVERAGEGLOBAL SCORE: 70% Purchase of all types of goods has increased significantly. 51% mobile media users now purchase physical and perishable goods in the US A clear opportunity to develop the market in terms of both type of goods offered, and new revenue streams USA purchase average: 74%

31 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. PHYSICAL GOODS 31 The US perhaps surprisingly places only in the top 4 for both digital and physical goods purchase. The is above average for both digital and physical goods purchase. ABOVE AVERAGEBELOW AVERAGEGLOBAL SCORE: 27% ABOVE AVERAGEBELOW AVERAGEGLOBAL SCORE: 54% DIGITAL PRODUCTS

32 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. 32 With purchase digital goods stronger than that of virtual goods. At 23%, the US has one of the strongest levels of purchasing both good types, level with the UK. 66% of US mobile media users have purchased either a digital or virtual good. 47% pay for purchases via their mobile phone using a card.

33 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. 33 Whereas global ranking in terms of airtime payments reflects market maturity levels. At 47% the US leads the world in card payments via mobile ABOVE AVERAGEBELOW AVERAGEGLOBAL SCORE: 14% PAYMENT BY AIRTIME ABOVE AVERAGEBELOW AVERAGEGLOBAL SCORE: 27% PAYMENT BY CARD

34 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. Significantly more mobile media users are now willing to spend high in relation to their income when purchasing goods on their mobile phone. It would appear that consumers have migrated up the value chain, with more now willing to spend at higher levels. This offers a clear opportunity to increase revenue within the market, especially given the US mobile media users appetite for physical goods and the overall increase in commerce activity. 34

35 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. Consumers are using their mobile phone to manage their daily finances significantly more. 41% now use their mobile to check their bank balance. 42% now use their phone to pay bills. Applications for credit/loans has grown dramatically since 2011. The maturity of the US consumer means that a clear opportunity for financial and utilities brands exists. 35

36 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. Despite the US market maturity, games are still by far the most favored app genre. Music and social networking the next most favored genre of app 36 Same usage pattern evident across device types News, navigation weather and sports apps are used more by feature phone owners.

37 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. 37 Catalogues, health and lifestyle apps are most appealing to women. Business, navigation and utilities favored by males. Different genres of applications are used by different profiles of users.

38 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. 38 Convenience and Entertainment are key drivers of purchases via mobile phones.

39 Multi-tasking over Multiscreens Native digital folk switch screens 27 times per hour

40 Second Screen: Distraction or Interaction? Nielsen, 2011; 8,000 users between the ages of 13-64

41 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. Lack of need is a barrier to purchase, concerns about trust and safety of information. 41

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43 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Country: USA Date: Aug/Sep 2012 Base: per market circa (1000) Significantly higher/lower. Tested at 95% confidence interval. At 33%, trust is a key barrier to overcome to encourage greater purchase of goods via mobile. 43 TRUST Combined (I dont trust the security/I don't trust the service provider/Payment systems are not secure)

44 1) The phone is a data collector: - Personalization by design bundled with camera, microphone, gyroscope, compass, wallets and location features. 2) The phone is a data publisher: - Social by design makes sharing information seem natural and easy. How valuable: People report a lost phone within 24 minutes, lost keys within 24 hours Why the concerns:

45 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Summary of Findings 45 91% of mobile media users have conducted mobile content and commerce in the US significantly more than in 2011. At 74%, the US has the 3rd strongest levels of purchase via mobile, half of consumers now purchase physical and perishable goods via their mobile. Convenience is the key motivator behind purchasing via mobile, with entertainment and best deals also playing a role. Lack of need and trust are the key barriers to overcome in order to encourage more purchase via the mobile platform entertainment banking convenience 74% purchase m-commerce

46 BACK TO CONTENTS MOBILE CONTENT AND COMMERCE USAGE & TRENDS IN THE USA Opportunities in Mobile Content & Commerce 46 Smartphone owners offer a clear opportunity to drive revenue, they conduct all forms of mobile content and commerce significantly more than feature phone owners. Mobile has a clear role to play as a purchase tool - in both driving footfall to bricks and mortar, and as a stand alone purchase tool. Mobile banking is a key growth opportunity for financial institutions and utilities brands. The proportion of consumers who are willing to spend high in comparison to their income on mobile purchases has increased significantly.

47 BlackBerry 10 – merging work/play By 2014, there will be more than 70 billion mobile app downloads from app stores every year. Samsung F8000 – truly interactive TV What are three cool things you should know:

48 Questions convenience growth markets product research entertainment consumer trust banking

49 Marjorie DeHey – MEF GM, North America – marjorie@mefmobile.org@mefmobile.org Thank you to Gary Schwartz, CEO of Impulse Mobile and Author of The Impulse Economy and Fast Shopper, Slow Store for his contribution Follow Us on Twitter: @MEF For more information on MEF please contact: Thank You Download the Executive Summary www.mefmobile.org www.mefmobile.org


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