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GSA Global mobile Suppliers Association


q Non-profit trade association representing suppliers - established October 2, 1998 q Promotion, focusing on 3GPP roadmap GSM/EDGE, WCDMA-HSPA/HSPA+, LTE/LTE-A q Trusted brand and authoritative source of facts, statistics, objective analysis for the industry q Providing regular reports on status of mobile broadband network deployments and development of the supporting devices ecosystems q Show thought-leadership, educate and influence with information papers and white papers q Organise seminars and other events for network operators and GSA member companies q Develop case studies together with operators q Accomplish campaigns e.g. UMTS900, Mobile HD Voice (W-AMR), LTE1800etc q Website www.gsacom.com q 54,500 registered site users q Growing by ~ 1,000 every 5 weeks q Targeted to the industry - with global reach
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HSPA laid the foundation of Mobile Broadband success


q Mobile broadband began with WCDMA and its first evolution - HSPA q100% of WCDMA operators have deployed HSPA q 482 commercial HSPA networks in 186 countries q HSPA covers > 50% of global population (85% forecast by 2017) q achieved in 7 years since 1st commercial network launch q 1.075 billion WCDMA incl. HSPA subs: Q3 2012 q ~ 4,000 HSPA user devices launched by 285 suppliers q Most operators include mobile broadband in their service portfolio q Mobile broadband is driving traffic, revenue and profit growth in markets throughout the world
Source of subscriptions data: Informa Telecoms & Media

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HSPA+ is mainstream

Over 52% of HSPA operators have launched HSPA+

HSPA+ delivers higher capacity and performance and an improved user experience of mobile broadband 254 HSPA+ networks are commercially launched in 118 countries
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Relentless drive towards LTE


q Approx 40% of all phones sold in Q3 2012 were smartphones, and the growth of smartphone data traffic is expected to exceed the overall average q Mobile data traffic doubled between Q3 2011 and Q3 2012, and is expected to grow 12x between 2012 -2018, driven mainly by video

q Online video is the biggest contributor to mobile traffic volumes, constituting 25 percent of total
smartphone traffic and 40 percent of total tablet traffic

q Total mobile subscriptions are expected to reach 6.6 billion in 2012 and 9.3 billion in 2018
q There were an additional 13 million LTE subscriptions in Q3 2012, and numbers are predicted to reach 1.6 billion by 2018 Mobile broadband subscriptions have grown by around 55% YoY and now reached > 1.4 billion LTE is now growing strongly, with 13 million new subs added in Q3 2012 GSM/EDGE added c. 20 million and WCDMA/HSPA c. 65 million

November 2012 www.ericsson.com

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Drivers for LTE deployment q The primary drive towards LTE comes from the need for network capacity, performance management and efficiency q Opportunities for new products/services q Opportunities for revenue growth q LTE could be a tool to charge more for mobile data q much faster uplink q lower latency q some new video-based services might only be possible using LTE
LTE is currently being deployed and built-out in all regions and will reach around 1.6 billion subscriptions in 2018 By mid-2012, LTE was estimated to cover 455 million people globally and by 2017 it is expected to cover around 50% of the worlds population
Ericsson Mobility Report November 2012
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part, without the written consent of GSA, except for personal non-commercial use. For such purposes LTE network deployments, service launches please contact the Secretariat by email to info@gsacom.com

LTE is the fastest developing mobile visit communications system For further information please www.gsacom.com/disclaimer.php4 technology ever !!
LTE Market Summary January 8, 2013 145 commercial networks in 66 countries
381 operators investing in LTE in 114 countries
330 operator commitments in 104 countries 51 pre-commitment trials in 10 more countries

GSA forecasts 234 commercial LTE networks in 83 countries by end 2013


MVNOs are excluded
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GSA q There-affirms LTE as the fastest developing majority of launches use the LTE-FDD mode mobile system technology ever

43.7 million LTE subs: Q3 2012

q LTE networks are deployed in several frequency bands q The LTE TDD mode technology traction globally: LTE is a mainstream is getting and is 13poised for rapid expansion globally incommercially launched LTE TDD (TD-LTE) systems are 2013
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GSA Evolution to LTE report January 8, 2013

2012 another strong year for LTE

Number of LTE user devices more than doubled


LTE is supported in the leading smartphone brands and models - Wide choice of LTE-enabled tablets on the market

Voice (VoLTE) is market reality


First services commercially launched

1800 MHz emerged as the dominant band for LTE network deployments (LTE1800)
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Commercial LTE network launches


- cumulative totals
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234 forecast by end 2013

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Source of data: GSA Evolution to LTE report January 8, 2013 www.gsacom.com

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LTE1800 Commercial Operators


58 commercial LTE1800 systems launched (to Jan 8, 2013)
Country Angola Australia Australia Azerbaijan Belgium Croatia Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Denmark Dominican Republic Estonia Estonia Finland Finland Finland Germany Greece Greece Hong Kong Hong Kong Hungary Hungary Italy Italy Japan Kazakhstan Kuwait Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Luxembourg Mauritius Mauritius Namibia Oman Philippines Philippines Poland Portugal Romania Romania Saudi Arabia Singapore Singapore Singapore Operator Movicel Optus Telstra Azercell Proximus T-Hrvatski Remarks LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800/2600 LTE1800/2600 LTE1800 LTE1800/2600 LTE1800/2600 LTE1800/2600 LTE1800/2600 LTE1800/2600 LTE1800/2600/800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800/2600 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 band 9 (within LTE1800) LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 + TDD band 40 LTE1800 LTE850/1800/2100 LTE1800 LTE800/1800/2600 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800/2600 LTE1800/2600 LTE1800

LTE1800 is deployed in over 40% of commercial LTE networks

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Status of the Global LTE1800 Market | 1/8/2013

Telefonica O2 3 Telia Orange Dominicana EMT Tele2 DNA Elisa TeliaSonera Deutsche Telekom Cosmote Vodafone CSL Limited Smartone T Mobile Telenor TIM Vodafone eAccess Altel Zain LMT Omnitel Orange Tango Emtel Orange MTC Omantel Globe Smart

1800 MHz is the most widely used band for 4G/LTE systems deployments globally

LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE1800 LTE850/1800 LTE1800 LTE1800/2600/800 LTE1800/2100 LTE1800 LTE1800/2600 LTE1800

Plus many more operator trials and studies

LTE1800 (3GPP band 3): 1710 1785 MHz / 1805 1880 MHz

Source: GSA Evolution to LTE report January 8, 2013 www.gsacom.com


GSA definition of commercial launch: the phase in which a public telecommunications operator is carrying commercial traffic on its LTE network, or offers to provide public service. Only licensed operators with spectrum assigned for use in public LTE communications networks are considered. MVNOs are not included. The LTE operators business model may be retail or wholesale. Devices compatible for use on the LTE network may be sold direct by the operator to the customer, or via distributors, resellers or other third parties, or already be owned by

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Spectrum used in LTE FDD deployments LTE1800 is used in 40% of commercially launched networks
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January 8, 2013

1800 MHz is the most widely used band for 4G/LTE systems deployments worldwide 130 LTE1800 user devices announced Includes 26 smartphones all the leading brands
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LTE TDD significant activities extend beyond China

LTE TDD investments worldwide


13 commercial LTE TDD systems

Commercial network deployments, trials, studies

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Countries with LTE TDD commercial networks launched Countries with LTE TDD studies, trials, deployments Source of data: GSA Evolution to LTE report: January 8, 2013 13
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LTE TDD deployments and commercial launches 3.5 GHz, 3.6 GHz Bands 42, 43
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Thirteen commercial LTE TDD systems are38 Moscow) 2.6 GHz Band launched
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21 LTE TDD commercial network deployments on-going worldwide

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UK Broadband

3.5 GHz, 3.6 GHz

Bands 42, 43

See GSAs Evolution (FDDLTE TDD) to and report (January 8, 2013) for Band 40 Omantel 2.3 GHz further information about commitment level/deployment status Russia MTS (Moscow) 2.6 GHz Band 38 per operator, and regulatory developments including spectrum Sri Lanka Dialog Axiata available at www.gsacom.com 2.3 GHz Band 40 management and allocations
GSA definition of commercial launch: the phase in which a public telecommunications operator is carrying commercial traffic on its LTE network, or offers to provide public service. Only licensed operators with spectrum assigned for use in public LTE communications networks are considered. MVNOs are not included. The LTE operators business model may be retail or wholesale. Devices compatible for use on the LTE network may be sold Several more operators are engaged in trials and studies, e.g.: 3 direct by the operator to the customer, or via distributors, resellers or other third parties, or already be owned by (Austria), use the service. persons wishing toXplornet (Canada), Sasktel (Canada), Orange (France), E

Plus (Germany), 21 Vianet Group (Hong Kong), Aircel (India), BSNL

e Global LTE TDD Market | 1/8/2013

Country Operator (India), MTNL (India), Maxytel (Iraq), Nawras (Oman), OJSC Osnova 21 LTE TDD commercial network deployments in Australia Telecom Optus (Russia), Enforta (Russia), Vainah Telecom (Chechen Brazil Quattro progress BrazilRepublic), Chunghwa (Taiwan), FarEasTone (Taiwan), Global Mobile On Telecomunicacoes China China Mobile Corp. (Taiwan), Fitel (Taiwan), AIS-TOT (Thailand), Dedicado Croatia Velatel See GSAs Evolution to LTE report (January 8, 2013) for (Uruguay), Xplornet (USA), Movilmax (Venezuela) Denmark 3 Denmark further information about commitment level/deployment status India Aircel per operator, and regulatory developments including spectrum India RIL management and allocations available at www.gsacom.com India Tikona Digital Ireland Imagine Group 2 Source: GSA Blueline of the Global LTE TDD Market report Status Madagascar www.gsacom.com Malaysia Airspace Malaysia P1 Several more operators are engaged in trials and studies, e.g.: 3 Montenegro Velatel (Austria), Xplornet (Canada), Sasktel (Canada), Orange (France), E Nigeria Zoda Fones 14 Plus (Germany), 21 Vianet Group (Hong Kong), Aircel (India), BSNL Romania 2K Telecom Global mobile Suppliers Association (India), MTNL (India), Maxytelwww.gsacom.com Osnova (Iraq), Nawras (Oman), OJSC

Status of the Global LTE TDD Market | 1/8/2013

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21 LTE TDD commercial network deployments in India Bharti Airtel 2.3 GHz progress
3 Sweden (FDD and TDD) 2.6 GHz

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Understand the LTE devices ecosystem with GAMBoD


GSA Analyzer for Mobile Broadband Devices, a unique search and analysis tool developed by GSA for mobile broadband devices, allowing searches by supplier, form factor, features, peak downlink and uplink speeds, frequencies, etc. Results presented as lists, or spreadsheets, or in charts. Set up RSS alert for new devices added to the database
GAMBoD-HSPA tool for HSPA, HSPA+, DC-HSPA+ GAMBoD-LTE tool for LTE (includes 3G fallback systems)

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GAMBoD is available only to qualified site users, i.e. Employees of GSA Member companies Employees of network operators For medium and large-size enterprises
Subscribe as an Associate of GSA Includes licence for all employees to use the GAMBoD tools Only 2,500 UK pounds/year

Details in Associate of GSA - Subscription invitation for medium and large-size enterprises on www.gsacom.com
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Key LTE resources on www.gsacom.com


Evolution to LTE Report

January 8, 2013

Introduction
In the Evolution to LTE report, GSA presents the current situation based on GSAs current research, to provide the industry with facts and analysis about the global status and growth of mobile broadband enabled by LTE. The Evolution to LTE report is regularly updated and may be downloaded by any registered user of the GSA website. Information is provided about the LTE system both for FDD and TDD modes, technical standards, operator investments and commitments including listings of all network deployments, studies and trials, commercial service launches (see GSAs definition of commercial launch below), and regulatory developments including spectrum supporting LTE-enabled mobile broadband service network deployments. Details are also provided about LTE user devices which are announced by manufacturers. Information for the production of this report was obtained in several ways, including from regular information exchanges and direct contacts by GSA with senior management in network operator organizations, regulatory authorities, suppliers and other stakeholders. This is in addition to consideration and analysis of public statements where appropriate e.g. company press releases and briefings, in order to establish the facts as accurately as possible and ensure that this report reflects the true LTE mobile broadband market situation. Comments about the report including news/updates should be sent to email info@gsacom.com GSA provides additional LTE-related resources to complement this report, including various maps and charts, which can be downloaded by registered site users at www.gsacom.com/news/statistics.php4 Selected charts and maps are also available as PDF files see the relevant links on our home page www.gsacom.com Readers may also download these related reports: Status of the LTE Ecosystem report Status of the Global LTE TDD Market report Status of the Global LTE1800 Market report

This report and all related materials and resources are copyright of GSA Global mobile Suppliers Association. Any texts, images, layouts or other contents may not be copied or distributed, whole or in part, without the written consent of GSA, except for personal non-commercial use. For such purposes please contact the Secretariat by email to info@gsacom.com For further information www.gsacom.com/disclaimer.php4 please visit

LTE Market Summary January 8, 2013 145 commercial networks in 66 countries


381 operators investing in LTE in 114 countries
330 operator commitments in 104 countries 51 pre-commitment trials in 10 more countries

GSA forecasts 234 commercial LTE networks in 83 countries by end 2013


MVNOs are excluded
GSA www.gsacom.com

GSA re-affirms LTE as the fastest developing mobile system technology ever

LTE is a mainstream technology and is poised for rapid expansion globally in 2013
GSAs definition of commercial launch: The phase in which a public telecommunications operator is carrying commercial traffic on its LTE network, or offers to provide public service. Only licensed operators with spectrum assigned for use in public LTE communications networks are considered. MVNOs are not included. The LTE operators business model may be retail or wholesale. Devices compatible for use on the LTE network may be sold direct by the operator to the customer, or via distributors, resellers or other third parties, or already be owned by persons wishing to use the service.

LTE1800
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