Australia’s mobile virtual network operators are continuing to take market share from the major, traditional mobile network operators) in the pre-paid mobile market, according to a newly published research report.
Australians are buying mobile phones from big Chinese companies Huawei and OPPO faster than they are snapping up handsets from other phone providers, according to new research which reveals Huawei’s share of purchases grew by 87% to 471,000 handsets in the 12 months to September.
New Zealand’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, is undertaking a study on the performance of the country’s mobile market and delivery of services to consumers.
The shares of Australia's biggest telco, Telstra, hit a seven-year low on Tuesday following a big drop on Monday after the company said its earnings for the current financial year would come in at the bottom end of guidance – between $10.1 billion and $10.6 billion.
A new study from Ovum on the mobile market predicts that Asia-Pacific mobile connections will grow to reach 4.2 billion in 2016, while the region's mobile voice revenues will start to decline by 2014.
Gartner's mobile device shipment data for Q1 2011 has total sales at almost half a billion units, Nokia still the market leader by a very healthy margin, and in the smartphone market shows Android as having made a meteoric rise to oust Symbian from the number one OS slot.
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