Infonetics claims mobile broadband revenue will double by 2014.

The market research firm Infonetics believes that revenues are set to more than double over the next four years as the number of mobile broadband customers hits 1.8 billion globally, representing 28 per cent of total mobile subscribers.

The company stated that mobile broadband service revenues went up 36 per cent in 2009, with revenue collected by providers for mobile services rising to nearly €800 billion.

Of note was the impact of HSPA coverage. Infonetics said that this technology was behind making Europe, the Middle East and Africa the top region for mobile broadband revenues. Article

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