Tuesday, May 08, 2007

The British are like me

... since they apparently prefer text messages to voice calls. This article also claims that they have 120% mobile phone subscriber penetration. And "We have been observing that the American SMS usage per cellphone subscriber mirrors almost exactly the UK numbers with a 4 year lag, so this is a very likely future scenario for the American market for example."

The mobile phone market is where we can expect to see the most market penetration of technology and connectivity, so I expect a continuation of the sharp trend of Internet-SMS integration and new innovations in the mobile/small device arena. Including writing innovations.

Communities Dominate Brands: UK replacing voice calls with SMS text messages

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