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ADD: It does not include getting information from government organizations. – For providing customer services – For delivering products online Core ICT Business Indicators UNCTAD ICT and E-Business Branch 06/21/07 / 23 Phone M1: Proportion of businesses using a mobile phone M2: Proportion of businesses receiving orders via a mobile phone M3: Proportion of businesses placing orders via a mobile phone Core ICT Business Indicators UNCTAD ICT and E-Business Branch 06/21/07 / 24 Mobile Phone M1: Proportion of businesses using a mobile phone Mobile phones refer to portable telephones subscribing to a public mobile telephone service using cellular technology, which provides access to the PSTN. Users of both post-paid subscriptions and pre- Core ICT Business Indicators UNCTAD ICT and E-Business Branch 06/21/07 / 25 Proposed new indicators: Mobile Phone M2: Proportion of businesses receiving orders via a mobile phone Orders received include orders received via the mobile phone whether or not payment was made via the mobile phone. Core ICT Business Indicators UNCTAD ICT and E-Business Branch 06/21/07 / 26 Proposed new indicators: Mobile Phone M3: Proportion of businesses placing orders via a mobile phone Orders placed include orders placed via the mobile phone whether or not payment was made via the mobile phone.
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Score: 1237559.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...usinesses%20Bangkok%202007.pdf
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Mobile Phone Data Call Detail Records (CDR) ● Passively generated when a subscriber: ○ Makes or receives a call ○ Sends or receives an SMS ○ Uses mobile data ● Routinely stored by MNOs for billing purposes Passive Signalling Data ● Passively generated when a mobile device connects to the network ● More frequent than CDR data ● Storage depends on MNO Active Signalling Data ● Mobile device locations determined by sending out an active ‘ping’ ● Used irregularly and at a significant cost to MNO ● Subscribers may opt-out from certain uses What is Mobile Phone Data (MPD) Strengths ● High penetration globally ● High quality data ● Near-real-time ● High granularity ● Already generated by organisations What are the strengths and limitations of MPD? Limitations ● Precision limited by cell tower density ● Representativeness of mobile phone subscriptions ● One subscription may not represent one individual, and vice versa ● Access requires agreement with MNOs ● Large datasets requiring suitable data infrastructure UN Committee of Experts on Big Data and Data Science for Official Statistics (UN-CEBD) • Established since the inception of the UN Committee of Experts on Big Data and Data Science for Official Statistics (UN-CEBD) • Explore the use of mobile phone big data for the different areas of statistics • Composed of around 50 individual members/ 30 entities - international and regional agencies, countries, academia, private agencies/companies • Meets (virtually) once a month to discuss issues related to the deliverables, events, and other activities Members: ITU (Chair) • Brazil • Colombia • Georgia • India • Indonesia • Italy • Japan • Korea • Malaysia • Mexico • Netherlands • Oman • Philippines • Romania • Saudi Arabia • United Arab Emirates • EU JRC • Eurostat • IMF • IOM • UNFPA • UNGP Jakarta • UNSD • World Bank • OECD-ITF • UN-ECE • Flowminder • GSMA • Positium • Telenor UN-CEBD Task Team on Mobile Phone Data (MPD) - when using of mobile phone data: 1. (...) MDDwebinar2022_BigData_pptI.pdf ITU big data for measuring the information society Innovation in Data Collection for SDGs Big Data Sources ITU Statistics Work  Mobile Phone Data What are the strengths and limitations of MPD?
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Score: 1237101.8 - https://www.itu.int/itu-d/meet...inar2022_BigData_ppt_final.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation 5th ITU Green Standards Week Nassau, The Bahamas 14-18 December 2015 From Waste to Wealth the Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative – Getting the ICT Sector Involved. (...) Waste to Wealth Recycling Process Prior to material recovery and recycling of end-of-life mobile phones, several items need to be separated and sorted. (...) Getting the ICT Sector Involved ICT service providers to support community level groups who want to invest in mobile phone recovery and refurbishment facilities.
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Score: 1237091.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...entations/S1P1_Ahmad_Khan.pptx
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015_E_doc 12 th World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Symposium (WTIS-14) Tbilisi, Georgia, 24-26 November 2014 Presentation Document C/15-E 25 November 2014 English SOURCE: ITU and GSMA Intelligence TITLE: Towards improving mobile phone metrics 11/25/2014 1 Towards improving mobile phone metrics Esperanza Magpantay (ITU) and Joss Gillet (GSMA) 25 November 2014 Growth of ICT uptake 2 11/25/2014 2 Mobile revolution Unprecedented growth in developing countries 3 2000 Total 719 million Developed Developing 2005 Developing Developed Total 2.21 billion Total number of mobile-cellular subscriptions is close to total world population of around 7.2 billion Source: ITU WTI Database * Estimate 4 4 Mobile cellular subscriptions: current indicator Mobile cellular subscriptions 1 person = several subscriptions/SIM cards 11/25/2014 3 5 5 But: mobile subscriptions do NOT measure how many people have a mobile phone Unique subscribers 1 person = 1 or multiple SIM subscriptions Phone owners 1 person = 1 or multiple phones Users None or 1 subscription/handset = multiple users ITU 1. (...) Produce indicators that will better measure mobile phone uptake Producing new indicators on mobile phone uptake Improving the data to improve estimates based on data available at the ITU and GSMA Intelligence. (...) Explore synergies on Big Data Explore synergies and opportunities on big data from mobile phone operators. 4. Prepare joint publication Joint publications and/or a chapter in the upcoming Measuring the Information Society (MIS) Reports to disseminate results 5.
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Score: 1235801.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S.../events/wtis2014/015_E_doc.pdf
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The study provides insight into women migrant workers’ use of mobile phones, and how women migrant workers could access more accurate information throughout the migration process and increase their connections with peers. Type: Book Date issued: 12 December 2019 Reference: 9789221339816[ISBN] RAS/17/12/UND[ILO_REF] Format available: iiiv, 84 p. Download: Mobile women and mobile phones: Women migrant workers’ use of information and communication technologies in ASEAN pdf - 2.9 MB The study finds that most women migrant workers use their phone for social networking, and it highlights opportunities for governments, unions, employers, and civil society to harness women’s current use of social networking apps and mobile connectivity. Women migrant workers’ use of mobile phones can enhance migrant organizing, access to information on safe migration, and access to services, including in response to violence.
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Score: 1235510.9 - https://www.ilo.org/asia/publi...WCMS_732253/lang--en/index.htm
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Nowhere is this more apparent than in the case of mobile and wireless communications. Mobile phones overtook fixed lines in 2002 on a global scale (Figure 1.1), when the strategic importance of mobile phones had become clear not only in the developed world, but also in the developing world. (...) Nokia’s 7380 model looks more like a chocolate bar than a mobile phone. The mobile keypad is replaced by a scroll wheel. (...) Disney Mobile will be the first mobile phone service to turn GPS into a tool controlled by the consumer, by enabling parents to use the technology to locate their children either via their own Disney Mobile phones or by logging on to a protected Disney site.
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Score: 1234816.2 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni...s/ITU_MMSissuespaper_60606.pdf
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Today’s mobile phones are often smaller than a deck of cards, weigh less than four ounces, and are often free as part of a one- or two-year contract. (...) Balancing the Good and Bad Mobile phones and devices can bring new educational and creative opportunities for children. (...) But whether their impact is positive or negative, mobile phones and portable digital devices are not going away.
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Score: 1234532.6 - https://www.itu.int/council/gr...tPhonesSmartKidsWhitePaper.pdf
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Some social networks also provide Java apps for feature phones and mobile browser access. Feature phone Java apps have a significant drawback – they lack push notification capabilities. (...) Figure 4 – Types of apps Smartphone app Feature phone Java app Mobile browser All major social networks provide iOS and Android smartphone apps. (...) Table 1 – Characteristics of apps Smartphone apps Mobile Feature phone Basic phone Google Microsoft Apple iOS Android Windows browser Java apps SMS Facebook     Any Java phone – Facebook    * Certain Nokia – Messenger Asha phones WhatsApp   – – ** – WeChat    – Certain Nokia – phones LINE    – Nokia Asha – Snapchat   – – – – Twitter ***     Nokia phones  228     251     252     253     254     255     256     257     258     259     260     261          
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Score: 1233742.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page256.html
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Delay Roundtrip ─ the pie slice represents the measured roundtrip delay of the mobile phone in the Bluetooth® connection. The pie slice is scaled in ms. (...) EC ─ the pie slice indicates status of echo cancellation algorithm implemented in the mobile phone. The verification of the active echo cancellation algorithm in the mobile phone after receiving the “AT+NREC=0” command from the Bluetooth® reference interface is scaled in a similar way. (...) The Bluetooth® reference interface communicates via the Hands-Free Profile (HFP) to the mobile phone under test. A narrowband and wideband Bluetooth® connection can be setup depending on the capability of the mobile phone, in particular if the mobile phone supports the wideband Bluetooth® connection using the mSBC codec.
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Score: 1233016.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/C...obile-tests/Methodologies.aspx
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UK's 3 launches phone guide to restaurants, pubs and bars (3G newsroom, Sept 2003): Hutchison's video mobile network 3 has launched a comprehensive guide to restaurants, pubs and bars for its mobile phones. 3 also helps users get to their chosen hang-out through their mobile mapping service. (...) Participants can enter cap codes using their mobile phones to accrue points, or 'Decibels,' in their Decibel Central account on Cokemusic.com. (...) It is in talks with mobile phone network operators and handset makers to use SMS to exchange information and support secure transactions.
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Score: 1232844.4 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni...emobile/content/messaging.html
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