A new study by global technology research firm FourFourSecond has revealed that the world is the biggest customer for mobile phone operators worldwide, and it is also the world leader in how much money they make from the service.
In 2016, the world received a total of $1.2 trillion worth of mobile phone calls, but that number is expected to rise by almost $1 trillion in 2019, according to the study, released today.
The data shows that mobile operators made $6.4 trillion from the industry last year, which is up by nearly 5% from last year.
More than three quarters of the revenue comes from international roaming fees and the data shows just how big the profits are for the operators.
This figure represents about half of the total profits that carriers earn from mobile phone users worldwide, which comes out to an average of $8.36 per customer per month, which means that operators make an average $11.80 per customer each month.
But while that makes sense, it does not tell the whole story.
The study shows that the operators have the ability to generate a significant portion of their revenues from a number of different markets, including the US, the UK, and India.
“This means that the operator that is best positioned to make money is not necessarily the operator with the biggest market share,” the study explains.
In addition to the US and UK, other markets where the operators generate the largest profits are China, India, and Japan.
Despite this, operators are also the only major global market where they make more than the average customer.
However, this is not the case for all of the other major mobile operators, which account for the majority of their revenue.
The report also shows that Verizon is the only operator that makes more than its customers, at $9.8 billion.
This means that, despite the fact that Verizon made over $3 billion last year from its mobile phone services, it only makes around $1 billion per customer.
According to the report, “the operators in all markets have managed to attract and retain the majority” of their customers by “attracting customers from diverse sources.”
This is due in part to the operators being able to offer a broad range of products, services, and services that are relevant to the different markets that they serve.
The company has also built an ecosystem of services that provide users with fast and reliable mobile phone connections.
As a result, the carriers make a lot of money, but also, “they are not as profitable as they could be,” the report notes.
While the companies are profitable, they are still struggling to keep up with the growing demand from the world for mobile phones.
The growing demand for mobile communications has caused the cost of using the devices to skyrocket.