Enterprise Users Want 3G

September 2006
Business Communications Review;Sep2006, Vol. 36 Issue 9, p6
Trade Publication
The article offers a look at the results of the survey, "Business Demand for Wireless Voice and Data Services in the U.S." conducted by market researchers at In-Stat. The survey found that business users are eager to adopt 3G cellular services. It also found that interest is strongest at medium-sized business enterprises. Included are quotes from David Chamberlain, an analyst at In-Stat, who describes the cost per user of business mobile systems. The article includes a pie chart that shows how many employees have 3G cellular services and how many would like to use them.


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