Mobile ownership expected to rise

Mobile ownership expected to rise

By , Jul 19 in blog with 0 comments

smart phone thumb1 Mobile ownership expected to riseIt is predicted that in five years everyone will own a mobile phone and half of these will be smartphones.

The head of Ericsson’s mobile infrastructure group says global mobile penetration will reach 100 per cent by 2016.

Australia is leading the way, with active SIM cards ownership making 115 per cent of the population.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics recorded that 31 per cent of children owned a mobile phone in 2009 and AIMIA found 40 per cent of smartphone users were over the age of 40.


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 Mobile ownership expected to rise Mike Andrew has been working with the Internet and small business for over 12 years. Mike has been a keynote speaker at conventions and seminars and conducted social media training sessions all over the world. Mike has an extensive media background having worked in electronic media for over 30 years. Mike specialises in social media and Internet marketing strategy, SEO techniques and search engine marketing campaigns. His articles appear on numerous blogs around the web as well as national magazines.

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