Today in We Saw This Coming news: the number of mobile connections is now officially larger than the number of people on the planet.
That’s according to a running “clock” maintained by industry group GSMA, or the Groupe Speciale Mobile Association. From the site:
And the number of people living on this globe of ours, according to the United States Census’ “population clock“:
These are all estimates, and it’s worth noting the difference between the “mobile connections” and “unique mobile subscribers” numbers in the GSMA image.
Still, that means that the average user currently has 2.008 mobile devices at any given moment.
Time to re-focus on mobile strategy…