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June 16, 2006

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» 1 Handy ist vielen nicht genug from carpathia: e-business.blog
Ende März 2006 zählte der Analyst Informa Telecom Media aus London über 30 Länder mit einer Handy-Abdeckung von mehr als 100%. Genau, d.h. in Ländern wie Italien, Luxemburg, Österreich, Spanien oder auch Griechenland sind mehr Mobiltelefo... [Read More]

» More cell phones than people from textually.org
In 30 countries around the world, from Aruba to Italy to Hong Kong, mobile phone penetration has past 100 percent, according to end-of-Q1-2006 data just released by London-based researcher Informa Te... [Read More]

» More cell phones than people from Smart Mobs
In 30 countries around the world, from Aruba to Italy to Hong Kong, mobile phone penetration has past 100 percent, reports LunchoverIP. Translation: the number of cell phone subscriptions has exceeded the size of the population. That's according to end... [Read More]

» More cell phones than people from PSD Blog - The World Bank Group - Private Sector Development
In 30 countries around the world, from Aruba to Italy to Hong Kong, mobile phone penetration has past 100 percent.10 others are expected to join the list by the end of the year. Via Bruno Giussani, who has the full list. And this weekend global GSM sub... [Read More]

» Más móviles que personas.. from Celularis
Parece que España no es el único país con mas móviles que habitantes; según reporta LunchoverIP ya hay 30 países en todo el mundo con una penetración de móviles superior al 100% Desde Aruba a Hong Kong según el reporte... [Read More]

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Switzerland is not in this list.... related to your "Swiss is a happy country" can we see here a link between, not having more than a phone make people more happy ?

Sorry for this

Switzerland actually is *almost* on the list, cell phone penetration is above 90%, so I doubt that that applies as a variable in the overall happiness... :-) (reference to http://giussani.typepad.com/happyswiss)

This is actually pretty funny, and definitely fodder for critics of the mainstream and all the social jammers out there. Clearly there are multiple things that can pad these stats - many of which you covered here - but what's really interesting is the fact that wireless sales is still a very easy field to profit from despite saturation.

Cellular now is very popular even the poor people can buy.Its very affordable nowadays.

-Ava

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