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Mobile Data (Almost) Doubles In 2013

Making a lot of advertisers happy, this year, mobile data nearly doubled, according to new findings from wireless carrier consultant Chetan Sharma. Why? “Cellular networks got faster, and smartphone screens got bigger,” The New York Times’ Bits blog reports. “Worldwide, the average consumption was 240 megabytes a month this year, up from 140 megabytes last year, [Sharma] said.”

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