by CIO Staff

Mobile Market Shifts its Focus to 3rd World Countries

Sep 28, 20051 min
MobileSmall and Medium Business

Cell phone manufacturers are turning their attention to third world countries. The BBC reports that the developed world is reaching saturation levels with sales forecasted to slow in the next five years, and vendors are developing cheaper service alternatives with more voice-based messaging for areas with low literacy. One technology, VoIP, is garnering a lot of interest because it means cheaper calling rates. Read more.

By Paul L. Kerstein