Mobile subscriber growth in the U.S. slows to a standstill

The mobile industry saw its slowest quarter of overall subscriber growth since the dawn of the cellular age. Without new customers to connect, carriers are stealing them from one another and looking toward M2M for future growth.

US mobile growth starts to stagnate

As the wireless industry in the US matures, new subscriber growth reaches its lowest level in a decade while traditional SMS revenues and traffic begin to decline, according to a new report. Like Europe and parts of Asia, the US market is getting saturated.