TITLE

No Surprises: Wireless Biz Users Generate More Cash

PUB. DATE
February 2006
SOURCE
TelecomWeb News Digest;2/27/2006, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article deals with a study completed by In-Stat based on a survey of U.S. wireless decision-makers, of whom more than 40 percent were senior executives and more than 30 percent were IT or department managers. In-Stat found that the average monthly bill for voice services was $87.74, with respondents reporting the average monthly bills had fallen significantly for small- and medium-sized businesses while rising somewhat for larger businesses. Wireless data usage is increasing, with the vast majority of responding companies using wireless data somewhere in their organizations.
ACCESSION #
20337027

 

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