Asia-Pacific 3G subs to grow by 50.1 percent a year - study

The Asia-Pacific 3G market, excluding Japan, is forecast to grow by 50.1 percent per year to 178 million subscribers by the end of 2011 from 15.6 million at the end of 2005, according to Frost & Sullivan. The study of 12 major Asia-Pacific countries expects much of the growth to come from China and India, which are due to introduce 3G services in 2007 and to contribute significantly after 2008. The regionís more advanced 3G markets include South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Australia. The 2G market, including GSM and CDMA, is expected to grow by 12.3 percent per year over 2005-2011. Mobile data accounted for only 16.4 percent of total Asia-Pacific cellular revenue in 2005. In countries such as India, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Thailand, voice still accounts for over 90 percent of overall cellular revenue.



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