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Google sees surge in Web use on hot mobile phones


Evidence shows sharp increases in Internet usage on Blackberrys, multimedia-centric Nokia devices and Apple's iPhone ...Read the full article

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  1. Shawn Bouchard from Vancouver, Canada writes: "The growing availability of flat-rate data plans from phone carriers instead of per-minute charges that previously discouraged Internet use, along with improved Web browsers on mobile phones as well as better-designed services from companies like Google are fuelling the growth, Waddell argued."

    I sincerely hope executives at Rogers, Bell and Telus read this article and the comments that follow and start to listen to their customer base. We would use their products/technology more if they offered more competitive data rates or flat rate plans like south of the border. Come on guys, get with it.

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