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Special March Discount: 10% Off on Selected BuddeComm Reports at MarketPublishers.com

14 Mar 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – TD The Market Publishers, Ltd. is more than excited to announce a special discount scheme on behalf of its market research partner – BuddeComm. You have an exceptional opportunity to get the publisher’s three research reports at a special price with 10% discount. Please note that the offer is valid until March 18, 2016 only!

The Reports On Offer Include:

Global Digital and Sharing Economy - Transforming Governments, Consumers and Business. Digital developments keep on transforming the connected world, and looking forward to 2016, the sharing economy (shareconomy) movement continues to expand and grow further due to adoption of these practices by other industries. M-commerce will likely keep on gaining wide acceptance globally – especially in markets where mobile is the key form of broadband. The research report provides an all-round analysis and deep insights on the digital economy, underpinned by statistics and examples. The study offers an analysis of the influence of digital economy on government, tracks e-commerce and m-commerce trends worldwide, examines digital and mobile apps trends, and also explores online and mobile ad trends. More information on the market is available in the report ...

China - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband.  Though China has the biggest mobile market worldwide, there remains much room for growth due to the relatively recent focus on large-scale LTE infrastructure investment. Entering 2016 the three telecom service providers namely China Telecom, China Unicom and China Mobile focus on deploying LTE networks and monetising such investments by encouraging end users to upgrade to higher ARPU LTE products like mobile broadband. Operators are also investing in technologies design to maximise the user experience such as RCS, VoLTE and NFC. Considering the size of China’s mobile population and its position as a number-one country, the country has a vibrant mobile content and applications industry, overtaking the USA with regard to iOS app downloads as of 2015. Growth is only projected to continue given the relatively low degree of LTE smartphone penetration. The report is an invaluable guide to the industry ...

India - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband. Following a hiccup back in 2012, India's mobile market sorted itself out to a great degree by 2015, with subscriber growth running at a stable 7% per year. By March 2015 mobile penetration rates stood at 77% (970 million subscribers). Mobile penetration is poised to reach 100% by end-2020. The overall economic influence of mobile technology in the country reached close to USD 115 billion in value-added terms as of 2014. In the years to come, mobile broadband is expected to increase exponentially across India, fuelling digital inclusion and economic uptake for India's businesses and consumers. Into 2015, 4G and other data services were shaping as a leading battleground. The entry of a new operator Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited into the market will likely see even more severe competition in an already highly competitive marketplace. More data on the market can be found in the research study ...

More discounted and new reports are available at BuddeComm page


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