Mobile broadband to be worth $137 billion by 2014

Ovum 's newly released mobile broadband forecasts show that users accessing the internet via mobile broadband enabled laptops and handsets will generate revenues of $137 billion globally in 2014, over 450% more than in 2008.

However, operators will need to content themselves with the fact that user growth will be far faster than revenue growth, meaning more users and more data traffic but declining ARPUs.

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