Mobile Multimedia Messaging to Reach $22B by 2008, Report Says

October 2003
Electronic News;10/27/2003, Vol. 49 Issue 43, pN.PAG
Trade Publication
Forecasts on the revenue to be generated by the multimedia messaging service (MMS) applications by 2008, based on a report by Strategy Analytics Inc. in October 2003. Areas in which operators need to focus on to maximize the revenue potential of MMS; Growth in the number of MMS users by 2008; Advice for operators regarding MMS-based content services.


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