Mobile data set to explode in Latin America, Middle East, Africa

Mobile Internet revenue will rocket in Latin America and the Middle East over the next five years, latest research claims, with some users downloading upwards of 2.5GB of data on average per month.

Latest data from ABI Research suggests only three regions — Latin America, Middle East, and Africa — will see mobile Internet data traffic double in less than every two years on average between 2013 and 2018.

In a note published on Monday, the New York-based research firm said by 2018, the developing regions will see an average user downloading more than 2.5GB in data per month.

The data also shows that the strong per-subscription data consumption rate is increasing compound annual growth rate (CAGR) by upwards of 49 percent.  read more

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