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Figure 1.1: Mobile and Internet: Identical twins, born two years apart

Figure 1.2: Media hype precedes market growth

Figure 2.1: Possible migration paths from 2G to 3G

Figure 2.2: The IMT-2000 family of terrestrial radio interfaces

Figure 2.3: Approximate wireless ranges

Figure 2.4: The structure of DoCoMo’s i-mode network

Figure 2.5: Average length of mobile data sessions

Figure 2.6: Radio access systems for mobile data

Figure 3.1: Internet and mobile users according to GDP per capita (2001)

Figure 3.2: Historical Internet and mobile growth, strengths and weaknesses

Figure 3.3: More mobile than fixed

Figure 3.4: Mobile Internet around the world

Figure 3.5: Worldwide SMS growth

Figure 3.6: Mobile Internet users

Figure 3.7: 3G in Korea and Japan

Figure 3.8: World 3G subscribers and revenues, predictions

Figure 3.9: Main players in the mobile data value web

Figure 4.1: Competition status

Figure 4.2: The 3G rollercoaster

Figure 4.3: Open mobile Internet access for 3G (W-CDMA)

Figure 4.4: The payment chain: models for common billing

Figure 5.1: PC Internet access and mobile Internet access in Japan

Figure 5.2: Broadband king: The Republic of Korea

Figure 5.3: The impact of a competitor in China

Figure 5.4: SMS usage and demand for mobile data in China

Figure 5.5: Thailand, English and the Internet

Figure 5.6: Mobile growing in fertile markets

Figure 5.7: Nearly hitting the ceiling with mobile

Figure 5.8: Africa - a mobile continent

Figure 6.1: Software bugs

Figure 6.2: Growing the mobile data market

Figure 6.3: How Koreans use mobile data

Figure 6.4: The 3G revenue gap

Figure 6.5: Spot the potential: Actual and potential users in developed and developing countries

Figure 6.6: Which developing economies are likely to adopt the mobile Internet first?

 

 

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