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Asian mobile broadband market continues to grow stronglyWith 3.9 billion mobile subscribers and over 50% of the mobile subscribers in the world, spread across a diverse range of markets, the region is already rapidly advancing in the adoption of mobile broadband services. Mobile broadband as a proportion of the total Asian mobile broadband subscriber base, has increased from 2% in 2008 to 18% in 2013, 27% in 2014, 33% in 2015 and 37% in 2016. Thus mobile broadband subscribers now account for over one third of all mobile subscribers in Asia.

Growth across the region in high speed access to the internet by means of mobile broadband services has been largely driven by highly competitive markets combined with the preparedness of the customer to embrace new generation mobile technologies. With 3G, 3G+ and 4G platforms extensively covering the region, mobile broadband services have already become well established. The rapid take up has been underpinned by increasingly cheaper smartphone prices and lower airtime tariffs combining to support even wider adoption.

A major shift from mobile voice to mobile data continues across most markets in Asia. The more highly developed markets in the region, such as Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan, have seen their mobile networks strongly driven by mobile data services. They have positioned themselves well to exploit mobile data and broadband wireless opportunities and lead the rest of the region into the next generations of mobile applications.

The mobile broadband subscriber base across all of Asia continues to grow strongly. The total number of mobile broadband subscribers has increased from 1.12 billion in 2014 to 1.41 billion in 2015 and 1.6 billion in 2016. Although the rate of increase of mobile broadband subscribers has subsided as the initial rapid rollout of services has slowed down, the growth rate is still reasonably strong, implying that there is still significant growth opportunity left in the market over the next five years to 2021, especially in the less developed Asian markets that are still predominately dependant on voice networks for mobile services.

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1. Regional analysis 1.1 Region Mobile broadband statistics 2. Afghanistan 2.1 Market Overview and Analysis 2.2 Mobile statistics 2.2.1 General statistics 2.2.2 Operator statistics 2.3 Mobile forecasts 2.3.1 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016;2018; 2021 2.3.2 Forecasts-mobile broadband subscribers-2016;2018; 2021 2.4 Mobile infrastructure 2.4.1 Introduction 2.4.2 Third Generation (3G) 2.4.3 4G / LTE 2.5 Mobile data services 2.5.1 Mobile banking and m-money 2.5.2 Roshan's Malomat service 3. Armenia 3.1 Market Overview and Analysis 3.2 Background 3.3 Mobile statistics 3.4 Mobile infrastructure 3.4.1 3G 3.4.2 4G / LTE 4. Azerbaijan 4.1 Market Overview and Analysis 4.1.1 Nakhichevan enclave 4.2 Mobile statistics 4.3 Mobile Broadband 4.4 Forecasts-mobile market-2016; 2018; 2021 4.5 Mobile Number Portability (MNP) 4.6 Mobile technologies 4.6.1 Trunk Mobile Radio (TMR) 4.6.2 Third Generation (3G) services 4.6.3 Fourth Generation (4G) / Long Term Evolution (LTE) 4.6.4 Voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) 5. Bangladesh 5.1 Market Overview and Analysis 5.2 Mobile statistics 5.3 Mobile broadband 5.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 5.5 Mobile Regulatory issues 5.5.1 Surcharge on mobile usage 5.5.2 Blackberry blocked 5.5.3 SIM registration 5.5.4 Spectrum 5.5.5 MNP 5.6 Mobile infrastructure 5.6.1 3G 5.6.2 4G LTE 6. Bhutan 6.1 Market Overview and Analysis 6.2 Mobile statistics 6.3 Mobile broadband 6.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 6.5 Mobile infrastructure 6.5.1 Digital networks 7. Brunei Darussalam 7.1 Overview of Brunei's mobile market 7.2 Mobile statistics 7.3 Mobile Broadband 8. Cambodia 8.1 Market Overview and Analysis 8.2 Mobile statistics 8.3 Mobile broadband 8.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 8.5 Mobile Regulatory issues 8.5.1 SIM Registration 8.6 Mobile infrastructure 8.6.1 4G LTE 9. China 9.1.1 General statistics 9.1.2 Mobile broadband 9.1.3 Mobile Data 9.1.4 Forecasts 9.2 Regulatory issues 9.2.1 Licensing 9.2.2 Mobile Number Portability (MNP) 9.2.3 VAT Introduction 9.3 Mobile infrastructure 9.3.1 Digital networks 9.3.2 Other infrastructure developments 9.3.3 IoT and M2M networks 9.4 Mobile content and applications 9.4.1 Mobile internet 9.4.2 Rich Communication Services (RCS) 9.4.3 Mobile gaming 9.4.4 m-commerce 9.4.5 m-banking (payments/loans) 9.4.6 Mobile Advertising 9.4.7 m-TV 9.4.8 Apps 10. Georgia 10.1 Market analysis 10.2 Mobile statistics 10.3 Mobile data 10.3.1 SMS and MMS 10.4 Mobile broadband 10.5 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 10.6 Regulatory issues 10.6.1 Georgia's unrecognised operators 10.6.2 Frequency auctions 10.6.3 Mobile Number Portability 9MNP) 10.7 Mobile infrastructure 10.7.1 Digital networks 11. Hong Kong 11.1 Market analysis 11.2 Mobile statistics 11.2.1 General statistics 11.2.2 Mobile data 11.2.3 Mobile broadband statistics 11.2.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 11.3 Regulatory issues 11.3.1 Licensing 11.3.2 Spectrum 11.3.3 Mobile number portability (MNP) 11.4 Mobile infrastructure 11.4.1 Analogue networks 11.4.2 Digital networks 11.4.3 Other infrastructure developments 11.4.4 IoT and M2M Networks 11.5 Mobile content and applications 11.5.1 m-Banking 11.5.2 m-Trading 11.5.3 m-TV 12. India 12.1 Market Overview and Analysis 12.1.1 Geographic segments 12.1.2 Rural expansion 12.2 Mobile statistics 12.2.1 General statistics 12.2.2 Subscribers by Operator 12.2.3 Mobile Broadband 12.2.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 12.3 Regulatory issues 12.3.1 Spectrum 12.3.2 Call drop investigation 12.3.3 Operators directed to issue data usage messages 12.3.4 Roaming 12.3.5 MNP 12.3.6 Network sharing 12.4 Mobile infrastructure 12.4.1 Introduction 12.4.2 GSM 12.4.3 CDMA 12.4.4 3G 12.4.5 4G / LTE 12.4.6 Other infrastructure developments 12.5 Mobile content and applications 12.5.1 Introduction 12.5.2 m-banking (payments/loans) 12.5.3 m-TV 12.5.4 m-Health 12.5.5 Apps 12.6 Mobile handsets 13. Indonesia 13.1 Market Overview and analysis 13.2 Mobile statistics 13.2.1 General statistics 13.2.2 Mobile voice 13.2.3 Mobile data 13.2.4 Mobile broadband statistics 13.2.5 Forecasts 13.3 Regulatory issues 13.3.1 Overview (general laws and regulations) 13.3.2 Spectrum 13.3.3 MNP 13.4 Mobile infrastructure 13.4.1 Digital networks 13.4.2 Other infrastructure developments 13.4.3 IoT and M2M networks 13.5 Mobile content and applications 13.5.1 m-TV 13.6 Mobile handsets 14. Japan 14.1 Market Overview and Analysis 14.1.1 Background 14.2 Mobile statistics 14.2.1 General statistics 14.2.2 Mobile broadband statistics 14.2.3 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 14.3 Regulatory issues 14.3.1 Licensing 14.4 Mobile infrastructure 14.4.1 Digital networks 14.4.2 Other infrastructure developments 14.4.3 IoT and M2M networks 14.5 Mobile Content and Applications 14.5.1 Introduction 14.5.2 e-Health 15. Kazakhstan 15.1 Market Overview and Analysis 15.2 Mobile statistics 15.3 Mobile broadband 15.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 15.5 Mobile Regulatory issues 15.5.1 Mobile Number Portability (MNP) 15.6 Mobile infrastructure 15.6.1 Digital networks 16. Kyrgyzstan 16.1 Market Overview and Analysis 16.2 Mobile statistics 16.3 Mobile broadband 16.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 16.5 Mobile Regulatory issues 16.5.1 Mobile Number Portability (MNP) 16.6 Digital networks 16.6.1 Developments 16.6.2 LTE 17. Laos 17.1 Market Overview and Analysis 17.2 Mobile statistics 17.3 Mobile broadband 17.4 Forecasts-mobile market-2016; 2018; 2021 17.5 Mobile infrastructure 17.5.1 Third Generation (3G) mobile services 17.5.2 Long Term Evolution (LTE) / 4G services 18. Macau 18.1 Market Overview and Analysis 18.2 Mobile statistics 18.3 Mobile Broadband Statistics 18.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 18.5 Mobile Regulatory issues 18.5.1 CDMA licences awarded 18.5.2 GSM shutdown 18.5.3 3G licences 18.5.4 LTE licensing 18.6 Mobile infrastructure 18.6.1 analogue networks 18.6.2 Digital networks 18.7 Mobile content and applications 18.7.1 Introduction 18.7.2 m-banking (payments/loans) 19. Malaysia 19.1 Market Overview and Analysis 19.2 Mobile statistics 19.2.1 General statistics 19.2.2 Mobile voice 19.2.3 Mobile broadband statistics 19.2.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 19.3 Regulatory issues 19.3.1 Spectrum 19.4 Mobile infrastructure 19.4.1 Digital networks 19.5 Mobile content and applications 19.5.1 m-commerce 19.5.2 m-TV 19.5.3 Smartphones and tablets 20. Maldives 20.1 Market analysis 20.2 Mobile statistics 20.3 Regulatory issues 20.3.1 Mobile Number Portability (MNP) 20.4 Mobile broadband 20.5 Mobile infrastructure 20.5.1 Digital networks 21. Mongolia 21.1 Mobile Market Overview 21.2 Mobile statistics 21.2.1 General statistics 21.2.2 Mobile voice 21.2.3 Mobile data 21.2.4 3G Services 21.2.5 Mobile Broadband 21.3 Mobile content and applications 22. Myanmar 22.1 Market Overview and Analysis 22.2 Mobile service pricing 22.3 Mobile statistics 22.4 Mobile data 22.5 Mobile broadba

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Asian mobile broadband market continues to grow stronglyWith 3.9 billion mobile subscribers and over 50% of the mobile subscribers in the world, spread across a diverse range of markets, the region is already rapidly advancing in the adoption of mobile broadband services. Mobile broadband as a proportion of the total Asian mobile broadband subscriber base, has increased from 2% in 2008 to 18% in 2013, 27% in 2014, 33% in 2015 and 37% in 2016. Thus mobile broadband subscribers now account for over one third of all mobile subscribers in Asia.

Growth across the region in high speed access to the internet by means of mobile broadband services has been largely driven by highly competitive markets combined with the preparedness of the customer to embrace new generation mobile technologies. With 3G, 3G+ and 4G platforms extensively covering the region, mobile broadband services have already become well established. The rapid take up has been underpinned by increasingly cheaper smartphone prices and lower airtime tariffs combining to support even wider adoption.

A major shift from mobile voice to mobile data continues across most markets in Asia. The more highly developed markets in the region, such as Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan, have seen their mobile networks strongly driven by mobile data services. They have positioned themselves well to exploit mobile data and broadband wireless opportunities and lead the rest of the region into the next generations of mobile applications.

The mobile broadband subscriber base across all of Asia continues to grow strongly. The total number of mobile broadband subscribers has increased from 1.12 billion in 2014 to 1.41 billion in 2015 and 1.6 billion in 2016. Although the rate of increase of mobile broadband subscribers has subsided as the initial rapid rollout of services has slowed down, the growth rate is still reasonably strong, implying that there is still significant growth opportunity left in the market over the next five years to 2021, especially in the less developed Asian markets that are still predominately dependant on voice networks for mobile services.

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1. Regional analysis 1.1 Region Mobile broadband statistics 2. Afghanistan 2.1 Market Overview and Analysis 2.2 Mobile statistics 2.2.1 General statistics 2.2.2 Operator statistics 2.3 Mobile forecasts 2.3.1 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016;2018; 2021 2.3.2 Forecasts-mobile broadband subscribers-2016;2018; 2021 2.4 Mobile infrastructure 2.4.1 Introduction 2.4.2 Third Generation (3G) 2.4.3 4G / LTE 2.5 Mobile data services 2.5.1 Mobile banking and m-money 2.5.2 Roshan's Malomat service 3. Armenia 3.1 Market Overview and Analysis 3.2 Background 3.3 Mobile statistics 3.4 Mobile infrastructure 3.4.1 3G 3.4.2 4G / LTE 4. Azerbaijan 4.1 Market Overview and Analysis 4.1.1 Nakhichevan enclave 4.2 Mobile statistics 4.3 Mobile Broadband 4.4 Forecasts-mobile market-2016; 2018; 2021 4.5 Mobile Number Portability (MNP) 4.6 Mobile technologies 4.6.1 Trunk Mobile Radio (TMR) 4.6.2 Third Generation (3G) services 4.6.3 Fourth Generation (4G) / Long Term Evolution (LTE) 4.6.4 Voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) 5. Bangladesh 5.1 Market Overview and Analysis 5.2 Mobile statistics 5.3 Mobile broadband 5.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 5.5 Mobile Regulatory issues 5.5.1 Surcharge on mobile usage 5.5.2 Blackberry blocked 5.5.3 SIM registration 5.5.4 Spectrum 5.5.5 MNP 5.6 Mobile infrastructure 5.6.1 3G 5.6.2 4G LTE 6. Bhutan 6.1 Market Overview and Analysis 6.2 Mobile statistics 6.3 Mobile broadband 6.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 6.5 Mobile infrastructure 6.5.1 Digital networks 7. Brunei Darussalam 7.1 Overview of Brunei's mobile market 7.2 Mobile statistics 7.3 Mobile Broadband 8. Cambodia 8.1 Market Overview and Analysis 8.2 Mobile statistics 8.3 Mobile broadband 8.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 8.5 Mobile Regulatory issues 8.5.1 SIM Registration 8.6 Mobile infrastructure 8.6.1 4G LTE 9. China 9.1.1 General statistics 9.1.2 Mobile broadband 9.1.3 Mobile Data 9.1.4 Forecasts 9.2 Regulatory issues 9.2.1 Licensing 9.2.2 Mobile Number Portability (MNP) 9.2.3 VAT Introduction 9.3 Mobile infrastructure 9.3.1 Digital networks 9.3.2 Other infrastructure developments 9.3.3 IoT and M2M networks 9.4 Mobile content and applications 9.4.1 Mobile internet 9.4.2 Rich Communication Services (RCS) 9.4.3 Mobile gaming 9.4.4 m-commerce 9.4.5 m-banking (payments/loans) 9.4.6 Mobile Advertising 9.4.7 m-TV 9.4.8 Apps 10. Georgia 10.1 Market analysis 10.2 Mobile statistics 10.3 Mobile data 10.3.1 SMS and MMS 10.4 Mobile broadband 10.5 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 10.6 Regulatory issues 10.6.1 Georgia's unrecognised operators 10.6.2 Frequency auctions 10.6.3 Mobile Number Portability 9MNP) 10.7 Mobile infrastructure 10.7.1 Digital networks 11. Hong Kong 11.1 Market analysis 11.2 Mobile statistics 11.2.1 General statistics 11.2.2 Mobile data 11.2.3 Mobile broadband statistics 11.2.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 11.3 Regulatory issues 11.3.1 Licensing 11.3.2 Spectrum 11.3.3 Mobile number portability (MNP) 11.4 Mobile infrastructure 11.4.1 Analogue networks 11.4.2 Digital networks 11.4.3 Other infrastructure developments 11.4.4 IoT and M2M Networks 11.5 Mobile content and applications 11.5.1 m-Banking 11.5.2 m-Trading 11.5.3 m-TV 12. India 12.1 Market Overview and Analysis 12.1.1 Geographic segments 12.1.2 Rural expansion 12.2 Mobile statistics 12.2.1 General statistics 12.2.2 Subscribers by Operator 12.2.3 Mobile Broadband 12.2.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 12.3 Regulatory issues 12.3.1 Spectrum 12.3.2 Call drop investigation 12.3.3 Operators directed to issue data usage messages 12.3.4 Roaming 12.3.5 MNP 12.3.6 Network sharing 12.4 Mobile infrastructure 12.4.1 Introduction 12.4.2 GSM 12.4.3 CDMA 12.4.4 3G 12.4.5 4G / LTE 12.4.6 Other infrastructure developments 12.5 Mobile content and applications 12.5.1 Introduction 12.5.2 m-banking (payments/loans) 12.5.3 m-TV 12.5.4 m-Health 12.5.5 Apps 12.6 Mobile handsets 13. Indonesia 13.1 Market Overview and analysis 13.2 Mobile statistics 13.2.1 General statistics 13.2.2 Mobile voice 13.2.3 Mobile data 13.2.4 Mobile broadband statistics 13.2.5 Forecasts 13.3 Regulatory issues 13.3.1 Overview (general laws and regulations) 13.3.2 Spectrum 13.3.3 MNP 13.4 Mobile infrastructure 13.4.1 Digital networks 13.4.2 Other infrastructure developments 13.4.3 IoT and M2M networks 13.5 Mobile content and applications 13.5.1 m-TV 13.6 Mobile handsets 14. Japan 14.1 Market Overview and Analysis 14.1.1 Background 14.2 Mobile statistics 14.2.1 General statistics 14.2.2 Mobile broadband statistics 14.2.3 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 14.3 Regulatory issues 14.3.1 Licensing 14.4 Mobile infrastructure 14.4.1 Digital networks 14.4.2 Other infrastructure developments 14.4.3 IoT and M2M networks 14.5 Mobile Content and Applications 14.5.1 Introduction 14.5.2 e-Health 15. Kazakhstan 15.1 Market Overview and Analysis 15.2 Mobile statistics 15.3 Mobile broadband 15.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 15.5 Mobile Regulatory issues 15.5.1 Mobile Number Portability (MNP) 15.6 Mobile infrastructure 15.6.1 Digital networks 16. Kyrgyzstan 16.1 Market Overview and Analysis 16.2 Mobile statistics 16.3 Mobile broadband 16.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 16.5 Mobile Regulatory issues 16.5.1 Mobile Number Portability (MNP) 16.6 Digital networks 16.6.1 Developments 16.6.2 LTE 17. Laos 17.1 Market Overview and Analysis 17.2 Mobile statistics 17.3 Mobile broadband 17.4 Forecasts-mobile market-2016; 2018; 2021 17.5 Mobile infrastructure 17.5.1 Third Generation (3G) mobile services 17.5.2 Long Term Evolution (LTE) / 4G services 18. Macau 18.1 Market Overview and Analysis 18.2 Mobile statistics 18.3 Mobile Broadband Statistics 18.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 18.5 Mobile Regulatory issues 18.5.1 CDMA licences awarded 18.5.2 GSM shutdown 18.5.3 3G licences 18.5.4 LTE licensing 18.6 Mobile infrastructure 18.6.1 analogue networks 18.6.2 Digital networks 18.7 Mobile content and applications 18.7.1 Introduction 18.7.2 m-banking (payments/loans) 19. Malaysia 19.1 Market Overview and Analysis 19.2 Mobile statistics 19.2.1 General statistics 19.2.2 Mobile voice 19.2.3 Mobile broadband statistics 19.2.4 Forecasts-mobile subscribers-2016; 2018; 2021 19.3 Regulatory issues 19.3.1 Spectrum 19.4 Mobile infrastructure 19.4.1 Digital networks 19.5 Mobile content and applications 19.5.1 m-commerce 19.5.2 m-TV 19.5.3 Smartphones and tablets 20. Maldives 20.1 Market analysis 20.2 Mobile statistics 20.3 Regulatory issues 20.3.1 Mobile Number Portability (MNP) 20.4 Mobile broadband 20.5 Mobile infrastructure 20.5.1 Digital networks 21. Mongolia 21.1 Mobile Market Overview 21.2 Mobile statistics 21.2.1 General statistics 21.2.2 Mobile voice 21.2.3 Mobile data 21.2.4 3G Services 21.2.5 Mobile Broadband 21.3 Mobile content and applications 22. Myanmar 22.1 Market Overview and Analysis 22.2 Mobile service pricing 22.3 Mobile statistics 22.4 Mobile data 22.5 Mobile broadba

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