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NPD In-Stat releases the statistical data on mobile VoIP penetration in 2011


NPD In-Stat releases the statistical data on mobile VoIP penetration in 2011
Enterprise NPD In-Stat tries to summarize the statistics about active mobile global VoIP subscribers, predicting the final 2011 amounts to be grown from 9 million in 2010 to 29 million, a dedicated report states. The foreseen triple growth in 2011 is primarily boosted by expanded smartphone penetration and widening spectrums of offerings.
The investigated market grows up with smartphone penetration. The VoIP segment is demonstrating boosted release of new services by a numerous VoIP providers. More and more mobile operators are also commencing the strategies of launching mobile VoIP within their portfolios. "Whilst VoIP is a sufficiently defined market, mobile VoIP is still in its childhood, with most solutions only being designed and configured over the past couple of years, and due to its nascent stage, there are massive opportunities for enterprises to develop the market," explained Amy Cravens, senior analyst of NPD In-Stat. "Nevertheless, there are also set of uncertainties, which is not surprising in a new market." According to the report named “Mobile VoIP 2012: Mobile Operators Provide a Guarded Embrace,” the major distribution channel implemented by respondents to acquire mobile VoIP offerings is by means of the OS application store. The most saturated concentration of mobile VoIP users is in Western Europe. Revenues related with mobile VoIP utilities will grow up to over $4 billion in 2015, while LTE operators are not likely to have a major impact on the mobile VoIP market until 2013.The new NPD In-Stat research explores the emerging market for mobile VoIP offerings, covering basic understanding and definitions of mobile VoIP; discussion of the wide spectrum of mobile VoIP industry participants including start-ups, online VoIP providers, mobile virtual network operators, mobile virtual network carriers and the mobile operators themselves. At the end of 2011 company Visiongain has released executive management report "Mobile VoIP: Opportunities and Challenges Report 2011" stating the mobile VoIP market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 17.6 percent over the next five years to reach $36 billion in revenues by 2016.


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