Carrier Billing Global Market Report 2023: Sector to Reach $122 Billion by 2027 at a 74% CAGR

Carrier Billing Global Market Report 2023: Sector to Reach $122 Billion by 2027 at a 74% CAGR
The “Carrier Billing: Regional Analysis, Key Verticals & Market Forecasts 2023-2027” report has been added to’s offering.
The new Carrier Billing research report presents an independent analysis of the future evolution of this key market. It provides a comprehensive study of the growth of the carrier billing market, key verticals it is used in, and emerging trends in both developed and developing markets.

Carrier billing spend will reach $122 billion globally by 2027; rising from $70 billion in 2023. This growth of 74% over the next four years will be driven by carrier billing expanding beyond content and into physical goods and ticketing.

Whilst digital games and video will account for almost 60% of global carrier billing spend by 2027, the report identified digital ticketing as the fastest-growing area – a key focus for carrier billing platforms and operators over the next four years. Maas (Mobility-as-a-Service) subscription platforms will be a vital driver of growth.

Carrier billing platforms and operators must look to partner with emerging transport solutions, such as multimodal transport. The subscription-based service is ideally suited to carrier billing owing to the recurring nature of spend aligning to the payment of mobile bills.

Whilst accounting for only 2% of global mobile subscribers, it will account for 12% of global carrier billing spend by 2027. A preference for cash amongst consumers and concerns about using payment cards online will drive users to increasingly adopt carrier billing. As such, carrier billing platforms must accelerate their partnerships with online retail merchants, enabling retailers to offer carrier billing payment solutions, and additionally benefit from Japan’s higher-than-average carrier billing spend. This report also presents a comprehensive market forecast; providing extensive insights and actionable data across the below areas, split by 8 key regions and 60 countries: Carrier Billing Revenue Carrier Billing Users Carrier Billing Spend These metrics are split by the following: Key Verticals Digital Games Digital Videos Digital Music Digital Lifestyle ePublishing Physical Goods Gambling Ticketing Device Used This research suite includes: Market Trends & Strategies (PDF) Competitor Leaderboard (PDF) Data & Forecasts (PDF & Excel) 12 Months’ Access to harvest Online Data Platform Key Market Statistics – Carrier Billing Spend Market Size in 2023: $70bn Market Size in 2027: $122bn 2023 to 2027 Market Growth: 74% Key Features Market, Regional & Segment Analysis: Provides an in-depth analysis of the state of play of the carrier billing market, including key trends, assessment of the role of carrier billing in several key markets, as well as analysis of the place of direct carrier billing in a range of different economies, the opportunities this presents, and what vendors should do to take advantage of these opportunities.

Key Takeaways & Strategic Recommendations: Key opportunities for carrier billing vendors are highlighted, as well as actionable assessments of the options these present them. Key market trends are also analysed; making this section key reading for carrier billing vendors, mobile network operators and competitors alike.

Benchmark Industry Forecasts: 5-year forecasts are provided for the number of users, total spend and total revenue for carrier billing. This is also split by key verticals, including content & commerce, physical goods, gambling and ticketing. Content & commerce is made up of digital content and digital services, which is split into digital games, digital videos, digital music, digital lifestyle content and ePublishing.

This data is also split by 8 key regions and 60 countries: North America: Canada, US Latin America: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay West Europe: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK Central & East Europe: Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine Far East & China: China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea Indian Subcontinent: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan Rest of Asia Pacific: Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam Africa & Middle East Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Kenya, Kuwait, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates Competitor Leaderboard: Key player capability assessment for 15 carrier billing vendors, via the Competitor Leaderboard. Bango Boku Inc Centili Degica Digital Virgo DIMOCO Fonix Infomedia Kaleyra MessageCloud Mobiyo NTH Mobile PM Connect SLA Digital Telecoming Key Questions Answered How many people will use carrier billing in 2027? How does carrier billing vary between regions? What are carrier billing vendors doing to generate growth? How can carrier billing providers make their offering stand out from other types of mobile payments? Which sectors are most important to the carrier billing market? Companies Mentioned Bango Telecoming Bango Boku Centili Degica Digital Virgo DIMOCO Fonix Infomedia Kaleyra MessageCloud Mobiyo NTH Mobile PM Connect SLA Digital Telecoming. 7Eleven 9mobile A1 Addict Mobile Alipay Amazon America Movil Apple AT&T Axiata Group Badoo Bango Bank of Brazil Bauer Media Bauer Media Group Bharti Airtel BLIK Boleto Bancario Bouygues Telecom BroadwayHD BT Group Cell C Chabab Belouizdad China Mobile China Telecom China Unicorn Claro Coca Cola Crunchyroll Deutsche Telekom Disney Du Duolingo EE ePresse Etisalat Evina Extreme Fighting Championship Family Mart Fortumo France Television Free Gaana Gameloft Gig Capital Gizer Goal Acquisitions Corp Google HANDYPARKEN Huawei Hulu Hungama ITV KDDI Komoju Lawson LINE Pay Mastercard MasterClass mGage Mobily Mondia Movistar MTN NBA Netflix Nintendo Noor Play NTT DOCOMO O2 OKAST Ooredoo Opta Sports Optus TPG Oracle Orange Paramount PayPal Peloton Personal Plkomtel Pokus Qello Concerts Rakuten RBI (Reserve Bank of India) Real Madrid CF Reliance Jio Infocomm Rentabiliweb Telcom Revolut Rogers RSC Anderlecht Samaritan’s Purse Samsung SFR Showmax SL Benfica Smartfren Snowplow Sofort? SoftBank Solutions Infini Spotify STC Steam Strex T Mobile Telcom Argentina Telefonica Telekom Telenor Telkomsel Telstra Telus Tencent Thales The Athletic Three Ticketmaster TIM T-Mobile Turkcell Twoo Txtnation Holdings Ltd Union Pay UPI (Unified Payment Interface) Verizon Vidio Visa Vodacom Wargaming WeChat Weverse WWE Xbox XL Axiata Zain For more information about this report visit

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