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Topic # 8024 29-May-2006 10:02
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I have been wanting to say this for ages. Now the cat is out of the bag...

Telecom pump 850GB p/week over CDMA mobile data, up from 200GB a year ago.




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Reply # 36973 29-May-2006 10:14
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It was published on Stuff this morning




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Reply # 36979 29-May-2006 11:03
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Thats alot of mobile data

I wonder how much VFNZ move a week and woosh

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Reply # 36980 29-May-2006 11:11
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Impressive numbers.

I love EVDO, i just got a new work supplied notebook with data card for when i take my work out of the office.


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Reply # 36981 29-May-2006 11:12
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Jama: It was published on Stuff this morning


and Brett O'Riley mentioned it last week in his presentation at Mobile Convergence...Laughing

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Reply # 37012 29-May-2006 13:00
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that story says 850GB :-)


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Reply # 37075 29-May-2006 18:27
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What is that data spent on? Only thing I can think of is that streaming TV, as there aint much to mobile web except text and really really small graphics. Not like where doing BitTorrent here....

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Reply # 37076 29-May-2006 18:37
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This is mobile broadband we are talking about here, not WAP.

People stick a data card in the side of their laptops for internet access....... So people could well be torrenting



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Reply # 37080 29-May-2006 19:22
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Its all data - WAP, PC Cards, modems, PDA's.




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Reply # 37081 29-May-2006 19:55
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I meant not just WAP.

I know PDAs and phone are included, just pointing out that people can be downloading stuff will be counted in that figure through use of a data card or i guess hooking their phone up as a modem

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Reply # 37082 29-May-2006 19:57
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Not at 20c/MB I hope...

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