Information Week is reporting that About 54% of U.S. consumers who responded to an In-Stat/MDR survey use some form of mobile data service, the research company said Monday. That result prompted the research firm to declare mobile data has hit the mainstream.
In a statement, In-Stat/MDR said it concluded that wireless data is now in the mainstream for consumers because it found relatively little demographic difference between customers of wireless operators that used data services and those who didn’t. Typically, early adopters to new technology fit a specific demographic niche. It called this trend a potential boon to wireless carriers. (full story)
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