TechNavio Announces the Publication of its Report: Mobile VoIP Market in the EMEA Region 2010“2014

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TechNavio today published its report Mobile VoIP Market in the EMEA Region 2010“2014. The report discusses the present and the future landscape of the Mobile VoIP market the EMEA.
TechNavio™s report highlights that in the market, in the EMEA region, a small portion of international voice traffic originates from mobile devices, because operators charge high rates over cellular networks. Hence, the market opportunity for mobile VoIP is immense because most of the international voice traffic originates from fixed line, calling cards, and personal computers. This also results into increasing partnerships between traditional and next-generation service providers with international VoIP wholesalers to provide their customers competitive international calling rates.
Commenting on the report, an analyst from TechNavio™s Telecom team said, The union of mobile VoIP with social media will open up a lot of opportunities in the coming year, which is one of the major trends of the Mobile VoIP market in the EMEA region. Considering the future growth, several providers are developing applications to provide free voice calls between social network (e.g., Facebook) friends over Wi-Fi or 3G. Mobile VoIP has a problem with emergency calls, and service providers have been very slow to add it to their packages.
Key findings from the report:
¢ Increasing Penetration of Smartphone
¢ Increasing Concern for Data Security and Latency by End-user
¢ Increasing Use of Video Capabilities in VoIP Service
The study was conducted using an objective combination of primary and secondary information including inputs from key participants in the industry. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to a SWOT analysis of the key players.
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