The GSMA’s sixth annual report on digital societies in Asia Pacific tracked the progress of the 11 focus countries, Australia, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam, on the key aspects of a digital society: digital identity, digital citizenship, digital lifestyle, and digital commerce. This year’s report includes an update to the index, to better reflect today’s technology.
The report’s findings provide an insight into the role collaborative efforts can play to advance digital societies in Asia Pacific. 4G and 5G connectivity allow for people, places and things to be connected like never before.
GSMA Asia Pacific coordinates the efforts of the GSMA and its members to monitor relevant policy and legislative developments in the region, identify priorities for the mobile industry, and develop and communicate consensus positions on these priorities. It represents the GSMA’s views and initiatives at regional institution meetings and events, with offices in Hong Kong and New Delhi. It also convenes the industry-leading Mobile 360 Series in the Asia Pacific.