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Mobile & Wireless

Nashua doubles mobile data use in the year

Wednesday 26 September 2012 | 13:52 CET | News
The rapid penetration of smartphones into the South African market has spurred massive demand for mobile data from consumers, a trend that looks set to continue as new devices such as the Apple iPhone 5 hit the market. Tim Walter, the executive head of Nashua strategy and business transformation said that the amount of data call records the company processes has almost doubled year on year, reflecting a significant growth in data usage by the company's mobile subscribers, MyBroadband reported. Many players in the mobile industry have seen data revenues grow by 20 percent each year, even

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Nashua Mobile / Nokia
Countries: South Africa
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