19/12/2007

Irish Texters Send 1.89 Billion Messages

Mobile users in Ireland sent 1.89 billion text messages in the third quarter of this year, according to the latest figures from communication regulator ComReg.

The new figures also revealed that there were 114 mobile phones for every 100 people in Ireland.

(KMcA)


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