10.07.2017

The world has seen a great number of interesting and exciting innovations throughout history. The time required for people to adapt to these innovations is increasingly reducing. Let’s take smartphones. It took smartphones only 3 years to dominate the market. They have already brought a real revolution in the way people live, carry out their everyday affairs, and communicate with each other.

Your mobile device helps you plan your schedule, know the time, reminds you of this or that thing, documents your life, etc. Thanks to an internet connection, you can enjoy even more using your mobile device. Having an internet connection means always being connected to the world and know whatever you wish just on the spot.

Based on a research published by Informate Mobile Intelligence, users devote on average 4.7 hours to their mobile devices each day. It’s also interesting to note that phone calls are only the 6th most used function on mobile phones after social media and gaming. So, people have become addicted to their phones, without even being aware of this.

Of course, all these things won’t exist if you don’t have a good internet connection. Let’s see what the future of the mobile internet will look like.

Mobile Internet. What to Expect.

 

future of mobile internet

These days, one could hardly imagine social and economic growth without the use of the internet. More than 3 billion people across the globe are connected to the internet. The vast majority of them establish such connection through their mobile devices.

Today’s rapidly growing digital ecosystem is so much based on mobile networks. Thanks to modern mobile networks, so many people and so many spheres are given a perfect opportunity to progress. Mobile internet brings its huge impact on the whole world. According to the World Economic Forum, mobile internet has helped millions of poor people all over the world.

Mobile World Congress 2016, which is the world’s biggest mobile technology show marked a huge increase in interest in 5G. The latter stands for 5th generation mobile networks or 5th generation wireless systems, which are expected to be the next telecommunications standards beyond the current 4G/IMT-Advanced standards.

5G can be characterized as super-fast mobile broadband much more powerful than any wireless internet that exists today. Mobile broadband is the marketing term for wireless internet access through a portable modem, mobile phone, USB wireless modem, tablet or other mobile devices.

According to the global mobile standards body GSMA, 5G networks will be operating around the world by 2020. Theoretically, 5G mobile internet will deliver speeds of between 10-50 Gbps (Gigabits per second). The average mobile internet download speed offered by 4G makes up 15 Mbps. Below you can read some of the most important benefits of the mobile internet we’ll have in future:

  • 5G internet will make advanced telemedicine, online crisis management, and virtual navigation a reality
  • Smartphones will help people living in previously remote areas of the world access doctor consultations, bank accounts, and start their own business
  • Thanks to SIM-enabled identity checking, money transactions, and government services will be available to millions of people across the globe

Today, people already enjoy the benefits of the mobile internet in many aspects. For example, mobile messaging and calling apps like Pinngle are among the best innovations brought about by the modern world of the internet and high technologies. Even the poorest internet connection isn’t a problem for Pinnlge. The company has developed an algorithm, thanks to which you can go online anywhere in the world. Pinngle works in any VoIP blocked country. The app can also work with overloaded WiFi or 2G networks.

It’s projected that by 2020, the number of people connected to the internet via mobile will grow by nearly 40%.

What other future benefits that will be brought about by the mobile internet can you add? Feel free to share your comments below.

Wardon Systems, Pinngle Team

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