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» Reaching the Other 75% from The Mobile Technology Weblog
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(Via Mobile Technology Weblog) i-mode Business Strategy blogs about Philips' program to create ultra-low-cost phones: "Right now, 77 percent of the world’s population lives within range of a mobile phone network, but only 25 percent of the world’s pop... [Read More]

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