However, according to PwC, it's too early to conclude that the industry is reaching its pinnacle:
Yep, at least carriers won't be so pressed for bandwidth, though we aren't sure if they would like that.
Other than that, the survey finds that smartphones continue to penetrate the market, and have accounted for 60% of sales to postpaid customers in 2011, as opposed to 41% in 2010. In order to make up for the slower growth, however, carriers tend to turn to new growth areas such as multi-device data
connection plans and machine-to-machine (M2M) subscriptions. To find the full survey, simply jump through the source link below!
source: PwC (.pdf) via FierceWireless