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Here are some interesting stats on the effects of the mobile revolution. This was part of the MWorld Special Report of Business Strategy Review, Volume 24, Issue 1-2013. …

Here are some interesting stats on the effects of the mobile revolution. This was part of the MWorld Special Report of Business Strategy Review, Volume 24, Issue 1-2013.

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  • 1. MOBILE NUMBERS A happy side effect of the mobile revolution is an array of stunning stats. © Copyright 2013 London Business School
  • 2. BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 1 “When you get a mobile phone it is almost like having a card to get out of poverty in a couple of years.” Muhammad Yunus
  • 3. BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 2 Rival competition The Motorola DynaTac 8000x, the original mobile phone, took over a decade to come to fruition; however, the original working model was created in only six weeks by a team of engineers. The haste was due to the company hearing that rival AT&T was considering making mobile phones. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/
  • 4. BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 3 The UK’s first mobile phone In the UK, veteran comedian Ernie Wise made the first mobile phone call on the Vodafone network on 1 January 1985. The first Vodafone mobile phone was the size of a briefcase and cost £2,000. It had a battery life of about 20 minutes. http://news.bbc.co.uk/ 1985
  • 5. BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 4 Almost half of the British population has a smartphone. The latest figure is 48.9%. http://www.email-marketing-reports.com/ Sales growth
  • 6. BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 5 “An iPod, a phone, an internet mobile communicator… these are not three separate devices! And we are calling it iPhone! Today Apple is going to reinvent the phone.” Steve Jobs
  • 7. BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 6 Mobile data usage In the UK, the amount of data used on mobile phone networks increased 40 times between 2007 and 2010. http://consumers.ofcom.org.uk/ x40 2007 2010
  • 8. BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 7 $50 – the price point for smartphones to become affordable in the developing world, as announced at the 2012 Mobile World Congress by CEOs of several telecommunications companies. http://techcrunch.com/ $50
  • 9. BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 8 1BILLIONThe one-billionth Nokia 1100 phone was sold in 2005 in Nigeria. http://www.nokia.com/
  • 10. BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 9 Global texting 75% of mobile phone owners text, according to a study the Pew Research Centre conducted in 21 countries. Texting is used around the world, but it is most common among cell phone users in Indonesia and Kenya – two of the poorest nations included in the survey. http://pewresearch.org/
  • 11. BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 10 Webbed The first mobiles able to send email and use the web became available in April 1999. http://www.phonehistory.co.uk/
  • 12. BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 11 Time to talk The iPhone 5, launched in 2012, weighs a mere 112 grams and has up to eight hours of talk time. www.apple.com/ 8HOURS
  • 13. BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 12 M-PESANOICS 60% Four years ago less than 10% of Kenyans had a bank account. Now almost 60% do so thanks to M-Pesa. The mobile phone service has 14.9 million customers and can be accessed at more than 39,000 points of service. It transfers 10% of Kenyan GDP per annum.
  • 14. BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 13 This was part of the MWorld Special Report published in Business Strategy Review Volume 24 Issue 1-2013 For more information visit london.edu/bsr