The forecast number of 5G subscriptions worldwide by 2025 has been raised from 2.6 billion to 2.8 billion, with telecommunications equipment maker Ericsson attributing the additional growth to an increasing number of 5G subscriptions as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic.
The global number of 5G subscriptions is forecast to top 2.6 billion within the next six years, driven by sustained momentum and a rapidly developing 5G ecosystem.
The Internet of Things (IoT) phenomenon is sweeping the world including Australia and the wider Asia Pacific Oceania region, with worldwide IoT connected devices forecast to hit 16 billion by 2021 — a rise of 23% every year — according to the latest Mobility Report from Ericsson.
In Australia almost 80% of smartphone data is consumed via Wi-Fi, while the remaining data is consumed over mobile cellular networks, according to a new mobility report from Ericsson.
The numbers are staggering. By 2020 smartphone subscriptions will more than double to 6.1 billion, 70 % of the world’s population will be using smartphones, with more than one per individual, and there will be 26 billion connected devices on the way to a predicted 50 billion.
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