Mobile Broadband Data – in Finland!

In case anyone doubted the staggeringly high growth of mobile data over the last year or so, I came across some fascinating (and very detailed) statistics on mobile data in Finland (thanks to Dean Bubley for pointing these out).

Stunningly:
– Total data traffic in ‘07 was 13 x larger in volume than the previous year
– 92% of data traffic was from computers rather than phones
– This share of traffic was from just 2.1% of devices
Full details at:
http://www.netlab.tkk.fi/~jakivi/publications/Kivi_Mobile_Data_Service_Usage_2005_2007.pdf
Simon
Horsham, 28th May 2008 (via HSDPA!)

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