Enterprises spending more on 3G data services

According to a recent study by In-Stat, large business and enterprise level customers are spending more money on wireless data services, suggesting that the gap between voice and data spending has narrowed. An estimated 44 percent of wireless budgets are now spent on data, while the remaining 56 percent goes toward voice. In-Stat attributes the change to lower voice costs and a broader variety of 3G data services. 3G remains largely appealing to the enterprise and less so to everyday consumers.

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