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Apr

2011

47% of Mobile data traffic staying on Mobile Networks

Mark Bridge at thefonecast.com writes the following concerning recent analysis of mobile data trends from Juniper Research.

"New figures from Juniper Research suggest that 63% of data traffic generated by smartphones, tablets and feature phones will be carried by fixed networks - via WiFi and Femtocells - by 2015. This annual amount of mobile data traffic ‘offloaded’ from mobile networks is expected to reach nearly 9000 petabytes by 2015, the equivalent of 11 billion movie downloads.
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