COLLAB distinguished with the APDC / Siemens Innovation Award

Asia / Pacific region to assume greater importance in mobile roaming traffic

COLLAB distinguished with the APDC / Siemens Innovation Award

A study by Telecoms & Media indicates that the increase in the number of users in the Asia Pacific region and their increasing mobility will guarantee a significant increase in traffic from roaming originated by subscribers in that zone.

Europe remains the region with the highest use of mobile services on networks other than the contracted operator, but in 2010 Asia Pacific will generate 20 percent of all traffic. roaming, indicates the consultant.

Last year, the percentage of users of mobile services in Asia / Pacific who used their mobile phones outside the country stood at 5 percent, but that figure will grow significantly until 2010, when it will reach 13 percent reaching 170 million people. subscribers.

The overall growth of this service will be driven by increases in usage roaming prepaid and more service subscriptions when traveling abroad. Additionally, in Asia Pacific there are more opportunities for customers who choose this service, with internal technology offerings for roamers in Japan and Korea.

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