Spectrum for Mobile Broadband
Everyone should have access to mobile broadband — at a reasonable cost and with dependable performance — and governments around the world have embraced this goal. Success depends largely on the supply of spectrum made available for mobile services. Without sufficient spectrum, the mobile industry cannot deliver a rich and dynamic mobile future for all.
In 2011, a 4G connection generated 2.4 GB per month…28 times more traffic than a non-4G connection (86 MB per month).
Productivity gains from mobile technology by high-mobility workers…amounts to 2% of GDP across the Arab States.
In EU countries, delays in releasing 800MHz spectrum is slowing LTE roll-out and adoption…In 2017, less than 20% of mobile connections will be LTE.