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The Global Wireless Industry
This paper discusses business developments and problems in the global wireless industry.
# 53742 | 1,345 words | 8 sources | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Nov 28, 2004 in Business (Industries) , Computer and Technology (Networks)

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This paper explains that the United States is the largest user of the wireless telephone in the world with more than 78 million users, but the percentage of population with access to wireless telephones is much larger in certain European countries, such as Finland, which is the leader with a 62% penetration of wireless phones. The author points out that low penetration in the U.S. can be attributed to bad service and very high charges for roaming because, unlike Europe, which has a uniform digital standard, the U.S. has no national standards. The paper relates that the entire issue is further clouded by the influence of politics and motivations of economics, which has led to alliances that are not in the best interest of technology.

From the Paper:

"There are many senior analysts who predict that the change will come faster than the predictions that have been given by many of the analysts. The penetration of these phones is increasing and some experts have predicted that the penetration of wireless phones will reach 55% in the current year and 65% in another ten years. The rate of growth is increasing further even now as the carriers are coming out with new marketing schemes and lowering prices, but that alone is not sufficient. The other important features like wireless Internet and data services have to be provided. There are limits to the extent that price can be lowered. The providers are now looking at methods to get the customers to use more of airtime and collect there own revenue from ancillary services. For this the wireless phones have to become a part of people's lives. There is now also a lot of expenditures to open up new markets and enter markets which are not being served properly now."

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