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Communication nation - facts and figures

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Communication nation - facts and figures - an article from BBC News - has shown that British people are doing talking, texting, listening, watching and browsing the Internet more but spending less to do so.

Talking, texting, listening, watching and browsing - British people are doing it more but spending less to do so, says Ofcom's report into the technologies that keep us communicating.

Here BBC News gives a snapshot of what we are doing with communications services and how long we do it for.

Since this is a Mobile phone website, we will be looking at texting and Mobile Phone usage, so you will need to scroll down to "FIXED AND MOBILE TELEPHONY" and also "TEXT MESSAGES" section on the BBC News article - some interesting information on there.

It has shown that we are sending and receiving more text messages in 2007 than 2002. This is due to an increasing number of people owning a mobile phone.

What do you think of the facts and figures from the Ofcom's report?

[Via: BBC News]

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