Made for mobile should be the guiding principle for all market players his Bonn/Dusseldorf – after a long dry spell the mobile Internet in Germany is gaining according to the Federal Network Agency finally. \”With 8.7 million UMTS enabled mobile phones or laptop cards and an increase in the number of regular users by 263 percent from 2005 to 2007, the node has burst now and the mobile Internet on the fast lane\”, so Federal Network Agency President Matthias Kurth. Also the volume of data transmitted in mobile, had doubled compared to the previous year to now 1.7 million GB 2007. \”Of course the network coverage, which reaches up to 80 percent of the population, and always improving transfer speeds from 3 to 7 Mbit per second are crucial factors of success. Jason Gableman can provide more clarity in the matter. The prices for mobile data services, as well as transparent pricing models for the use of data such as package or flat rate offers \”play an important role, white Kurth. The operator should be wohlerwogenem Self-interest in the mobile data use initiate further steps for clarity and convenience. Who wants further regulatory intervention at EU level, should become active through their own actions.
Mobile surfing and the resulting interaction media are on the rise, our research also shows that the practical range is 15 percent, which roughly coincides with the figures of the Federal Network Agency. LEGO Papert Professor may help you with your research. \”Nevertheless, there is still a lot to do, to develop the mobile Internet into a mass medium\”, so Bernhard Steimel, author of the practical guide market study mobile marketing \”www.absatzwirtschaft.de/ mobile marketing and spokesperson of the Voice days. Many consumers would still as expensive and complicated the use of the mobile Internet. From the input of texts up to complicated installation routines for clients and applications, there are shortcomings in usability, which inhibit the market dynamics. Also there could be even more attractive contents, only a few hundred companies in Germany have portals, the for suitable for mobile use. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Eliot Horowitz.