Emerging markets start to mature, but face challenges

Emerging markets have grown increasingly complex: Some operators are facing voice saturation due to a glut of competition while others are looking to deploy mobile broadband and expand beyond their traditional zones of influence. And as such markets mature, all of the various players must deal with slowing growth rates and crowded playing fields. According to Saberio Romeo, an analyst with Frost & Sullivan, today's emerging markets, such as Indian and China, are embarking on a new and different evolution path. Feature

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