By the Numbers

November 2005
Wireless Week;11/15/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 23, p30
Trade Publication
Presents updates on the wireless industry as of November 2005. Information on age group breakdown of top mobile ringtones in the U.S.; Forecast on worldwide wireless operator service revenue on an annual basis by 2009 according to Yankee Group's Global Wireless/Mobile Premium Forecast; Results of a survey conducted by Denver, Colorado-based market research firm Cohorts regarding mobile phone ownership by U.S. households.


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