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GSM Association ©`Plenary # 41, Helsinki 20 - 23 April 1999 Mike Short Director, Network Strategy - Cellnet Chairman - Mobile Data Association email@example.com
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GSM Association ©`Plenary # 41, Helsinki 20 - 23 April 1999 World Cellular Subscriber Growth to Dec 98 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 19911992199319941995199619971998 Year End o M i l l i n s 16m 22.9m 34.1m 55m 87m 138m 204m 305m
GSM Association ©`Plenary # 41, Helsinki 20 - 23 April 1999 Cellular Data Growth Globally: 1999-2007 (millions of users) 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 END YEAR 20002001200220032004200520062007 CIRCUIT PACKET SMS ONLY Source: OVUM 1998 371 450 527 602 674 744 806 863 912 Total Global Cellular Subscribers
GSM Association ©`Plenary # 41, Helsinki 20 - 23 April 1999 Source: OVUM 1998 Cellular Data Growth Globally: 1999-2007 (% subscribers using data) 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 END YEAR 20002001200220032004200520062007
GSM Association ©`Plenary # 41, Helsinki 20 - 23 April 1999 Mobiles & the Internet - some predictions Within two years all mobile terminals will be Internet-enabled. Within two years mobile data will be faster than today’s ISDN lines. Mobile trading will be a reality by 2001. By 2005 more mobiles will be connected to the web than PCs. 30% of all Internet traffic will be accessed by mobile by 2005.
GSM Association ©`Plenary # 41, Helsinki 20 - 23 April 1999 Death of Distance
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GSM Association ©`Plenary # 41, Helsinki 20 - 23 April 1999 GSM D@T@ Task Force Know-how transfer Data Roaming Business development Loyalty Cost reduction Preparing for competitive threat.
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