Research: Global LTE subs to reach 300M by 2015

Juniper Research is forecasting 300 million global LTE subscribers by 2015, compared with 500,000 expected by the the end of this year. The firm expects a significant surge in LTE subscribers in 2012. Those countries with the greatest GDP will lead the surge in LTE, Juniper said. It predicts North America, Western Europe and the Far East and China will account for 90 percent of LTE subscribers in another five years. On a global level, LTE access is expected to reach just one in 20 subscribers across all developed nations by 2015. Article

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