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Allot MobileTrends Report Shows Significant 77% Growth in Mobile Data Bandwidth Usage in H1, 2011

BOSTON, Massachusetts July 26, 2011

 

51% of operators no longer offer ‘unlimited’ data plans

Allot Communications Ltd. ALLT H1 2011 Allot MobileTrends Report

http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20110726/469011

The H1 2011 Allot MobileTrends Report found that video streaming continued to show significant growth with a 93% increase, and remains the single largest application taking up bandwidth, accounting for 39% of mobile bandwidth. Although having limited impact on the total bandwidth, VoIP and IM have gained share to become the fastest growing application type with a 101% increase. This data is in line with the declining SMS/MMS revenue experienced by operators.

The H1 2011 Allot MobileTrends Report for the first time takes a closer look at trends in charging models among worldwide operators based on survey information gathered from over fifty worldwide mobile operators. The findings reveal that a growing number of operators are implementing application-aware charging models and most operators no longer offer ‘unlimited’ data plans.

Main findings include:

  • YouTube remains the single most popular mobile Internet destination, accounting for 22% of mobile data bandwidth usage and 52% of total video streaming
  • App Store
  • Skype continues as the undisputed VoIP market leader with 82% of mobile VoIP bandwidth, although its market share has been slightly reduced by newcomers such as Viber
  • Twitter and Facebook grew by 297% and 166%, respectively
  • 32% of the mobile operators surveyed worldwide have already implemented application-aware charging models

Rami Hadar

January 1 to June 30, 2011 Allot NetXplorer

http://www.allot.com/MobileTrends_Report_H1_2011.html

About Allot Communications

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Danielle Matthews

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SOURCE Allot Communications Ltd.

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