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More Mobiles Than Landlines

...in the US, that is. The Los Angeles Times reports (registration required, try BugMeNot) that, by the end of 2004... there were 181.1 million cellphone subscribers, compared with 177.9 million access lines into U.S. homes and businesses, the Federal Communications Commission said in a biannual report. [...]

A decade ago, the industry had 25 million customers... it should pass 200 million this year.

India reached this point last year, as well, underscoring just how global the mobile information transformation is.

(Via Engadget)


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