SPOTLIGHT: Metric: Mobile broadband use grows 154%

According to a recent report from ComScore, U.S. Internet usage via mobile connections increased 154 percent during 2007. The study looked at data collected from computers that accessed the Internet via mobile broadband service providers. Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel took the lion share of the mobile broadband market, while AT&T recently announced plans to increase its coverage. The study found that 59 percent of the traffic came from work computers while 41 percent came from personal home computers. Article

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