February 20, 2013
OpenMedia original article
Mobile data use goes up as Canadians pay some of the highest prices
By the end of 2012, global data traffic on mobile networks (not including Wi-Fi) hit nearly 1,300 petabytes per month, twice as much as in the previous year, Ericsson said.
The chart shows an approximate doubling each year for the past few years. We've asked Ericsson for the raw data behind the report and will provide that if we get it. Ericsson's measurements come from "a large base of commercial networks that together cover all regions of the world," the report states. "They form a representative base for calculating world total traffic in mobile networks." Read more »
Read the full article at arstechnica.com
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