Metric: MMS up 32% since February

According to a recent report from M:Metrics, photo messaging (MMS) is up 32 percent in the U.S. since February, probably because of the summer vacation season. Europe has seen a milder increase in MMS use with a 20 percent rise in France and a 16 percent rise in the U.K. The report also concludes that users with camera phones that boast a one megapixel resolution or greater are 44.3 percent likely to use MMS, while the global average for all users is 30.5 percent.

Read more on MMS:
 - check out this Wireless Week Article

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