Text Messaging Still Dominates Mobile Data Use

Voice continues to be the dominant application most mobile customers use on a daily basis. Text messaging remains the dominant data application, according to researchers at the Yankee Group.

Teenagers, as you would expect, are the one demographic that uses text just a bit more than voice. About 63 percent of teen users surveyed say they use text on a daily basis, while voice is used daily by 61 percent of users in that age group.

Growth rates for mobile Internet access, mobile video and mobile email are strong, but are growing from a relatively smaller base of users.

Mobile email use grew 71 percent between 2006 and 2007, for example, while mobile Internet use grew 57 percent.
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