Per Mosseby: The mobile revolution is happening – but not here

• November 24, 2007 • Comments (1)

The first iPhone slide!

Per MossebyPer Mosseby of Pixbox says at Hubbub 07 he thinks the developing countries is where the mobile revolution will truly happen.
When mobile applications have been developed, the laptop is better than the cellphone in all aspects of the services that were going mobile. That is however changing, Per Mosseby says.
– Things are really starting to happen. The iPhone is a small revolution in this field. This means that everyone has to think about mobility.
– In my eyes it all comes back to what I think is going to be the big revolution in the mobile space.
When the bottom of the pyramid population can afford cellphones – all these 4 billion people who don’t have a digital identity – there’s going to be a lot of turnover.
– They do not have an alternative device to go back to.

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