Ericsson has been made aware of an online email campaign claiming that Ericsson will give away a free laptop computer to users who forward the promotional information. The same campaign includes a photograph of a Sony Ericsson logo and mentions an Ericsson contact name and email number.
At a mobile money conference held recently in Johannesburg, Rajiv Bhatia, Ericsson head of mobile commerce sales EMEA, stated that airtime could be used as an incentive to drive the uptake and usage of mobile money services in countries where its growth has been sluggish.
with data traffic doubling year-on-year between 2013 and 2015. By 2019 there will be 930 million mobile subscriptions and more than 550million smartphones.
By 2017, 3G technology will outstrip 2G to become the region’s dominant form of mobile connection. Ericsson predicts 930 million mobile subscriptions in Sub-Saharan Africa by the end of 2019, with 557m smartphone and 710m broadband subscriptions.
The first deployment of Ericsson's new professional video chip in the Latin American market powers the most advanced video processing platform for TV delivery.
Ericsson has entered into an agreement to acquire US-based MetraTech Corp., a provider of metadata-based billing, commerce and settlement solutions. This extends Ericsson's billing leadership beyond telecom into key markets including transport and utilities.
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