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 > Metric: The US wireless market will grow 48 percent from 185 million subscribers in 2004 to 274 million in 2014, representing nearly 83 percent of projected total US POPs, predicts Kagan Research. Release

> Giveaway campaigns backfire on mobile carriers. Article

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