Prepaid Wireless Telecom Revenues to Reach $25.3 Billion by 2015, New ATLANTIC-ACM Study Reveals PDF Print E-mail
ATLANTIC-ACM, a leading telecommunications industry research firm, today announced the general availability of Perspectives on Prepaid Wireless 2011-2015 - a comprehensive overview of the prepaid wireless sector. The study finds that prepaid wireless revenues will grow from $19.3 billion in 2010 to $25.3 billion by 2015.

"The prepaid wireless market will continue to experience rapid growth through the middle of the decade," said ATLANTIC-ACM President Fedor Smith. "From the customer's perspective, prepaid service and feature offerings are looking increasingly like postpaid offerings. As a result, postpaid subscribers are increasingly being drawn to prepaid services by competitive rates and the absence of long-term contracts."

About the Study

Perspectives on Prepaid Wireless 2011-2015 is a comprehensive study of the prepaid wireless market, providing revenue and market share analyses, case studies, key market trends and coverage of emerging technologies. The 100+ page report also provides insight into prepaid market segmentation via data and analysis of demographic groups cut by ethnicity, income and age.

For more information, visit ATLANTIC-ACM's website at www.atlantic-acm.com.


Boston-based ATLANTIC-ACM is a leading provider of strategic research and consulting services serving the telecommunications and information industries. In addition to producing the industry's principal benchmarking, sizing and opportunity studies, the company assists clients in evaluating telecommunications opportunities for successful investment, market entry, and long-term planning. For more information, visit ATLANTIC-ACM's website at www.atlantic-acm.com.

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