The info-graphic compares between Arabic cell-phones and fixed-lines operators presence on social networks. Following are some interesting talking from the report:
- All mobile operators had Facebook pages by July 2011, while 97% of the fixed-line operators had it by November 2012, which shows an early interest for mobile phone users in social media
- Numbers show that the proportional existence of the operators on Linkedin, which is used as a base for professionals and experts to communicate, have been good right from the start (70% for fixed operators, and 80% mobile operators), despite a relatively slow progress for the fixed-line operators.
- The info-graphic shows a considerable amount of hesitation among fixed-line operators to move towards and react to technological expansion in the social network domain, they seemingly prefer to be risk averse, waiting only for the right moment after acquiring enough proof that such penetration would be successful.
- The report also shows how mobile operators adopted technological development in the social network, which garnered them a large interactive space there.