SPOTLIGHT: U.S. wireless data revs up 81.6 percent

According to independent analyst Chetan Sharma, the U.S. wireless data market grew 7 percent quarter over quarter to $5.85 billion in the second quarter of this year. During the first half of 2007 data service revenues climbed to $11.35 billion, up 81.6 percent from 1H06. Article 

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