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Basic transactions People with their own mobile phones will be able to deposit cash into and withdraw cash from their “mobile-linked no-frills” bank accounts through a “business correspondent” with a mobile phone in the village. (...) Money will be stored in the mobile-linked no-frills account and not in the user’s mobile phone. The mobile phone will simply be the medium for accessing the money.
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Score: 1205678.7 - https://www.itu.int/net/itunews/issues/2011/04/17.aspx
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The many key-taps that are needed make the texting option on mobile phones practically unusable in these languages. (...) Around four out of five mobile phone subscribers throughout the world today are unable to type on their mobile phones or do so only with great difficulty. (...) Although mobile phones were once primarily used to make voice calls, today they can do much more.
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Score: 1205317.6 - https://www.itu.int/net/itunews/issues/2011/02/45.aspx
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With more and more people owning mobile phones, and the rapid introduction of new “in-vehicle” communication systems, this problem is likely to escalate globally in the coming years. This Report focuses on the use of mobile phones while driving as one example of the broader problem of driver distraction. It is now evident that if you are using a mobile phone while driving you are approximately four times more likely to be involved in a crash than a driver who is not using a phone.
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Score: 1205149.6 - https://www.who.int/publicatio...-problem-of-driver-distraction
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With more and more people owning mobile phones, and the rapid introduction of new “in-vehicle” communication systems, this problem is likely to escalate globally in the coming years. This Report focuses on the use of mobile phones while driving as one example of the broader problem of driver distraction. It is now evident that if you are using a mobile phone while driving you are approximately four times more likely to be involved in a crash than a driver who is not using a phone.
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Score: 1205149.6 - https://www.who.int/publicatio...-problem-of-driver-distraction
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Data on the percentage of women and men who own a mobile phone show that the gender gap in mobile phone ownership and use is higher in lower-income and less connected countries. (...) However, since many people have multiple subscriptions or devices, other metrics need to be produced to accurately assess mobile uptake, such as the number of mobile phone users or mobile phone owners. (...) Significant gender gaps exist in mobile-phone adoption and the gap is larger for mobile- phone ownership than for mobile-phone use.
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Score: 1204768.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...r2016/MISR2016-KeyFindings.pdf
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Privacy and identity in a more mobile world 10. Mobile phones are shaping the identity of individuals, families and social groupings. (...) The development of camera phones broadens the impact of mobile phones as a social phenomenon. (...) In Japan, the penetration of mobile phones among 18-year-old girls is nearing 100 per cent.
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Score: 1204383.6 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni...turemobile/ChairReport1703.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation Council Working Group on International Internet-Related Policy Issues Geneva, 3 February 2017 Measuring the Information Society Report 2016 Esperanza Magpantay Senior Statistician ICT Data and Statistics Division International Telecommunication Union 1 Index 2 The ICT Development Index (IDI) The role of ICTs in monitoring the SDGs ICT prices Measuring mobile uptake Internet user and activity trends 2 Steep rise in mobile-cellular subscriptions and mobile broadband subscriptions Mobile broadband networks reach 84% of global population, 67% of rural population 47 per cent of the world’s population online in 2016 Steady growth of fixed-broadband subscriptions More than 50 per cent of households have Internet access at home Source: ITU. (...) Mobile-cellular sub-basket Continued to fall and more steeply than in previous year, linked to prepaid packages Differences in mobile prices persist within and across regions, Asia-Pacific has the lowest average PPP$ price Mobile-cellular sub-basket 8 Broadband prices Fixed-broadband prices continued to drop but remained highest in LDCs Mobile-broadband prices is cheaper and more widely available than fixed broadband, but is still not deployed in majority of LDCs Source: ITU. Fixed broadband sub-basket Mobile broadband, handset-based 9 Measuring mobile uptake Many people still do not own or use a mobile phone Significant gender gaps exist - gap is larger for mobile phone ownership than for mobile phone use People living in rural areas are less likely to own or use a mobile phone than those living in urban areas Affordability is the main barrier to mobile-phone ownership Universal use of mobile-cellular services has not yet been achieved 10 Individuals who own a phone, 2015 or latest year Source: ITU. 10 Internet user and activity trends The benefits of the Internet are still unavailable to over half the world’s population Most people have access to Internet services but many do not actually use them The full potential of the Internet remains untapped, especially for low-income and less educated users Access to the Internet is not enough, skills needed to take full advantage of the Internet More data are needed!!!
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Score: 1203304.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/council...nts/February2017/ITU_MISR.pptx
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Hristo Botev 55 BG-1040 Sofia Bulgaria Phone : +359 2-988 8065 Mobile : +359 87-287451 Fax : +359 2-981 3736 Email : sotirov@nug.bg, tedsoti@yahoo.com Web Site : www.nug.bg Mr. (...) Masaryka 24 SK-96053 Zvolen Slovakia Phone : +421 (45) 520-6667 Mobile : +421 (90) 544-2273 Fax : +421 (45) 520 -6511 Email : gecovic@vsld.tuzvo.sk, miroslav.gecovic@orangemail.sk Web Site : www.tuzvo.sk Spain Mr. (...) Michael's Alley EC3V 9DS London United Kingdom Phone : +44 207-626 4111 Mobile : +44 7785-993448 Fax : +44 207-626 4222 Email : david.venables@ahec.co.uk Web Site : www.ahec-europe.org Mr.
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Score: 1203140.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...pr/docs/FCNmembers_2007May.pdf
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Africa remains the fastest-growing mobile phone market in the world, and is on track to have 725 million smartphone users by 2020, according to a 2016 report by the Global System for Mobile Communications Association or GSMA—a trade body representing the interests of mobile operators worldwide. (...) Instead, until recently, many Africans used “feature phones”— lower-cost mobile phones with limited capabilities. According to one study, however, by 2019 feature phones will account for only 27% of Africa’s mobile handset market.
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Score: 1202182.2 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...digital-rise-hooked-innovation
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Compatibility of mobile phones and vehicle hands-free terminals Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization About ITU-T Events All Groups Standards Resources BSG Study Groups Regional Presence Join ITU-T Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU Compatibility of mobile phones and vehicle hands-free terminals Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > ITU-T > ITU Conformity and Interoperability Share Page Content 10 ​​ ​​​​​List of mobile phones compliant with chapter​ 12 of ITU-T P.1100 and ITU-T P.1110 A mobile phone connected via short-range wireless communication (Bluetooth®) to a vehicle's hands-free telephone system must satisfy certain requirements to achieve high-quality voice conversations. The phones listed are proven to achieve the desired quality of voice conversation by meeting the requirements of the 'Chapter 12 tests' of Recommendations ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) and/or P.11​10  (wideband), standards for communications involving motor vehicles. (...) More audio samples are available here . Mobile phone Vendor Software Compliant with ​ITU test event Xperia XZ ​Sony ​39.0.A.3.30 - Android 6.0.1 ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ITU-T P.1110​ (wideband) Third ITU test event (Nov 2016 ) ​Xperia X ​Sony ​34.0.A.2.301 - Android 6.0.1 ​ ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ITU-T P.1110​ (wideband) ​ Third ITU test event (Nov 2016 ) ​Xperia X Compact ​Sony ​34.1.A.1.205 - Android 6.0.1 ​ ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ITU-T P.1110​ (wideband) ​ Third ITU test event (Nov 2016 ) ​Xperia X Performance ​Sony ​35.0.A.1.297 - Android 6.0.1 ​ ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ITU-T P.1110​ (wideband) ​ Third ITU test event (Nov 2016 ) ​ ​ Moto X Force ​ Motorola ​ LPK23.145.-5 ​ ​​​ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ITU-T P.1110​ (wideband) ​ ​Second ITU test event (May 2016 ) ​​ One M9 ​ HTC ​ ​1.32.401.15 CL506785 release-keys ​ ​​​​ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ITU-T P.1110​ (wideband) ​ Second ITU test event (May 2016) ​ Z30 ​ Blackberry​ ​ 10.3.1.2558 ​ ​​​​​ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ITU-T P.1110​ (wideband) ​ Second ITU test event (May 201 6) ​ One M8 ​ HTC ​ ​4.16.401.13 CL448934 release-keys ​ ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ITU-T P.1110​ (wideband) ​ ​​​Second ITU test event (May 2016) ​ Xperia Z1​ ​ Sony ​ 14.3.A.0.757 ​ ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ITU-T P.1110​ (wideband) ​ ​First ITU test event (May 2014) ​W880i Sony Ericsson​ ​R8BA024 ​ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ​ ​First ITU test event (May 2014) ​Z30 Blackberry​ ​10.2.0.429 ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ITU-T P.1110​ (wideband) ​ ​First ITU test event (May 2014) ​Q10 ​Blackberry​ ​​10.2.0.424 ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ​ ​First ITU test event (May 2014) ​Z10 ​Blackberry​ ​​​10.2.0.690 ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ​ ​First ITU test event (May 2014) ​Z10 ​Blackberry​ ​10.2.1.2102 ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ​ ​First ITU test event (May 2014) ​Moto G ​Motorola ​KLB20.9-1.10-1.9 ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ​ ​First ITU test event (May 2014) ​Moto G ​Motorola ​KLB20.9-1.10-1.24-1.1 ITU-T P.1110​ (wideband) ​ ​First ITU test event (May 2014) ​G2 LG​ ​D80210a-EUR-XX ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ITU-T P.1110​ (wideband) ​ ​First ITU test event (May 2014) ​S5 ​Samsung K0T49H.G900FXXU1ANC9       ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ​ ​First ITU test event (May 2014) ​One M8 ​HTC ​1.12.1540.17 CL318414 release-keys ​​ITU-T P.1100 (narrowband) ITU-T P.1110​ (wideband) ​First ITU test event (May 2014) Note: There are two types of voice-communication mode between mobile phones in mobile networks: ( Phones listed did not all succeed in both modes ) Narrowband is a standard transmission of voice with audible voice frequencies only up to 3.4 kHz ( audio sample ) Wideband is designated as "High Definition Voice Transmission" which allows transmission of voice with frequencies up to 7 kHz ( audio sample )  ​  ​ Page Content 2 Page Content 3 Page Content 4 Page Content 5 Page Content 17 Page Content 18 Page Content 19 Page Content 20 Page Content 11 Page Content 12 Page Content 13 Related links Page Content 15 Why my mobile phone does not sound good in a car Testing requirements and methodology ITU-T Recommendation P.​1100 "Narrow-band hands-free communication in motor vehicles" (03/2017) ITU-T Recommendation P.1110 "Wideband hands-free communication in motor vehicles" (03/2017)​​ Technical problems observed Roundtables ​Roundtable​ (10 March 2017) Test events Fourth test event​ (26-27 September 2017) Third test event (15-16 November 2016) Second test event (23-27 May 2016)​​​ First test event (May 2014) On-demand testing Press release ITU Conformity & Interoperability (C&I) portal Frequently Asked Questions ​ Page Content 6 Page Content 7 Page Content 8 Videos Page Content 14 Contacts Page Content 16 Companies interested in adding their mobile phones to this list of phones are invited to participate in future ITU testing events.
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Score: 1202110.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/C...-mobile-tests/HFT_testing.aspx
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