U.K. beats the U.S. in mobile Web usage

According to a recent report from comScore and Telephia, U.K. subs are more mobile Web savvy than mobile users in the U.S.: 5.7 million people in the U.K. used the mobile Web during January, while 30 million accessed it from a PC. In the U.S. 30 million accessed the Web via their handsets out of 176 million Internet users. Men under 35 years of age made up more than two-thirds of the mobile Internet user base. Forty percent of U.K. mobile users visited the BBC, the most popular mobile Web destination followed by MSN.

For more on the report:
- see this article from ITNews

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