February 2008
New Media Age;2/7/2008, p9
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs related to Internet industry. A study by Continental Research found that three-quarters of Internet users take their mobile phones on holiday with them and 92% of those under 34-years old do so. Research data from Lifestyles Online revealed that 84% of consumers wants emails answered faster.


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