A new report has suggested that the popularity of smartphones and tablet computers continues to soar in the UK, wireless communication device manufacturers may be interested to learn.
KPMG's Media and Entertainment Barometer found that the devices offer media content companies a big revenue stream, the Independent has reported.
Indeed, it said that people "cannot get enough of smartphones and tablets in the UK".
David Elms, KPMG head of media, commented: "The popularity of these devices will continue to grow. People are becoming hungry for data. What we can see is that people are prepared to spend on content."
He added: "This is showing the way forward for media companies."
Last week, wireless communications device manufacturer Huawei confirmed that it had signed a pan-European framework agreement with Crewe-based distributor 20:20 Mobile.
Under the terms of the agreement, 20:20 will supply Huawei smartphones, tablets, dongles and mobile Wi-Fi hotspots across Europe.
Meinie Oldersma, 20:20 Mobile chief executive, observed that Huawei's ambition in the market made it an exciting company to work with.