New iGR Study forecasts the U.S. mobile device insurance market will reach $8.6 billion by 2016

May 2012
WiMAX Monthly Newsletter;May2012, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p15
The article discusses the results of a survey conducted by market research consultancy iGR regarding the insurance market for mobile devices in the U.S. Results of the survey indicate that 27% of respondents have insurance on their devices and that the percentage of devices sold with insurance increased due to the increased penetration of smart phones. According to iGR, the survey also showed that there are clear demographic trends on those who purchase insurance with their devices.


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