Non-handset revenues to exceed $90 billion in 2013

Mobile Internet peripherals will account for more than $90 billion of worldwide revenue for mobile operators in 2013, according to a new report by ARCchart. The peripheral category that the report talks about includes data cards, ultra-mobile PCs and other M2M devices. ARCchart also said that the gross number of units would grow dramatically, from 10 million units in 2007 to 370 million units in 2013. Article

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