Economic benefits of 3G for different countries worldwide

Globally, 3G technologies benefit entire countries by supporting the proliferation of information, enabling citizens to access vital communication services and promoting the development of technology advancements. It is estimated that mobile broadband usage will grow exponentially over the next three years, delivering the Internet and a plethora of other compelling services to more than 1.3 billion people globally by 2012.
The expansion of 3G networks, devices and services in countries around the world is enhancing quality of life and providing expanded economic opportunities, both in the public and private sectors. The expansion of economic opportunities results in increased competition, the development of innovative new services for consumers and greater productivity for enterprises by workers.

This white paper explores how countries are using advanced mobile technology to enable the aspirations of their citizens and facilitate new growth opportunities in the business sector.

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