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AMTA's Chris Althaus

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CommsDay Summit 2013

CommsDay Summit 2013

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  • 1. Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association Mobile Nation
  • 2. NEW ERAThe mobile industry is starting a new era…“LTE and cloud is the most powerfultechnological combination we have everseen. Technology innovation is moving atwarp speed.” Randall Stephenson CEO AT&T Mobile World Congress 2013
  • 3. GSMA, AT KearneyThe Mobile Economy 2013
  • 4. LOCAL FIGURES Mobile subscriptions 30 million as at June 2012 Smartphone take-up soared by 104 per cent to 8.67 million over the 12 months to May 2012.[1] Almost half of Australia’s adult population owns a smartphone and 9.2 million went online via their mobile in the six months to May 2012.[2] The number of mobile internet subscribers increased by 22 per cent to 22.1 million subscribers June 2012.[3] Telsyte predicts that the number of 4G-enabled mobile devices is set to grow from around one million in early 2013 to more than 17 million services in operation by the end of 2016. It is estimated that 46 per cent of total mobile connections will be 4G by mid-2016.[4] [1] 2013 ACMA Smartphones and tablets: Take-up and use in Australia, 1 February 2] Ibid [3] Ibid [4] Telsyte, Media Release, 29 November 201
  • 5. Deloitte Access Economics
  • 6. Mobile Nation: Framework for analysis 2013 Mobile Nation Deloitte Access Economics
  • 7. Mobile NationMobile not a device but a platform for access 2013 Mobile Nation Deloitte Access Economics
  • 8. Mobile Nation Economic contribution 57,000 jobs Strong revenue growth trend has paused down 1.5% to $22bn in 2011-12, stagnant in 2012-13 Modest recovery and will grow to $26bn by 2016-17 2013 Mobile Nation Deloitte Access Economics
  • 9. Mobile NationProductivitygains: $12-17billion by2025Reversedecline inproductivitygrowth 2013 Mobile Nation Deloitte Access Economics
  • 10. Mobile Nation: Social Impacts 2013 Mobile Nation Deloitte Access Economics
  • 11. 2010 Commonwealth TreasuryAustralia to 2050: Future Challenges
  • 12. Mobile Nation – summary + 14-9-13Global growth ongoing with pervasive impactsAustralia at the forefront – a mobile nationProductivity mobile recognised enabler of growthInfrastructure investments - spectrum and networksPolicy settings election 2013 - mobile considerations eg spectrum policy
  • 13. Thank You