(cleaning up old stats from the Times ... there must be money here, as otherwise, why didn't I publish these months ago?)
ONLINE, ON THE PHONE, ON THE UPPosted by iang at March 2, 2007 05:56 PM | TrackBack
50 billion the number of e-mails dispatched every day wordwide; in 2001 the traffic was less than 12 billion 88 per cent of e-mails are junk including about 1 per cent which are virus-infected 32 The average number of e-mail messages received per person per day. This is rising by 84 per cent each year 440 million the number of electronic mailboxes in use, including 170 million corporate ones, growing by 32 per cent per year 1,035 million the total number of mobile phone text messages sent each month in Britain 37 The average number of texts a user sends per month compared with 21 in 2001 1 million the number of children aged under 10 in Britain - one in three - who own a phone 8 The average age at which a child gets a mobile phone in Britain
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