People in Finland are getting through up to 10 times more mobile data each month than their European neighbours.
Total mobile data traffic in Switzerland is set to increase 2.3-fold between 2017 and 2022, according to GlobalData figures.
Mobile data revenue in Belgium is growing quickly and telcos are rushing to increase 4G investments to cover black spots and rural areas as a result.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one part of the Israeli telecom market that’s making particularly strong progress.
Guinea, a small country in western Africa, is about to see its telecoms market grow rapidly.
In Saudi Arabia the young generation is tech-savvy and pursuing a connected digital lifestyle where mobile data is king.
The tiny South American country of El Salvador, despite significant investment in 4G from mobile network operators, is struggling to get subscriptions off the ground.
Google has teamed up with South Africa mobile operator Vodacom to offer offline YouTube videos with the ambitious aim of changing consumer behaviour.
Mobile data traffic in Germany is set to grow rapidly over the next five years due to take up of data-heavy apps.
Mobile revenue has been struggling recently in Western Europe.
Straight Path Communications has been acquired by Verizon for $3.1bn because Straight Path holds millimetre wave spectrum licenses that have been approved by the FCC to be used for 5G.
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)’s telecom market has been hit by many problems.
5G mobile service has long been hyped as enabling new enterprise services.
Middlesbrough has the best 4G mobile phone coverage in Britain while Bournemouth has the worst, according to a study conducted by consumer watchdog Which and wireless mapping specialists OpenSignal.
Nigeria is going to see some explosive growth in 4G mobile subscriptions in coming years.
Mobile network EE is planning to use drones, balloons, and trucks in order to cover problematic network black spots around the UK.
Equatorial Guinea is one of the smallest telecoms markets in Western Africa, but is set to grow faster than most over the next five years.
Asiacell, the first mobile telecommunications company to operate in Iraq and now the largest in the country, announced today it will allow nearly 12m customers to access Wikipedia free of charge.