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ARJWright

I was just being asked about these numbers last week; thanks for this piece. I've got to make up a graph of all of this now for that person, but its worth it to finally get some hard numbers in view.

Great work as usual Tomi.

Keith

By far the most insightful piece of work on mobiles, mobile marketing/outreach and the developing world that I've ever read! Thanks so much for the work you put into crunching the numbers and illustrating what they mean in a way that even I could understand.

Faith McGary

Tomi, you are always on top of the numbers... AMAZING!

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Hi ARJ, Keith and Faith

Thank you all for the very kind comments. Happy you enjoyed it.

Tomi Ahonen :-)

David Famolari

A great stat-filled piece! Really gives added perspective to the technology divide between developed and developing countries.

Mariana Oliveira

Hi, Tomi.

You always providing interesting analysis!

I'm pleased when I see people talking about emerging markets. After all, as you said, it's a valuable market.

I can talk about Brazil, since I work in mobile advertising market in the country. We've reached 166 million cell phone devices last September. The mobile phone is so important that only 23% of homes have desktops, while 72% have at least one cell phone device (TIC Domicilios). TV sets are a case apart: they reach 97% of homes in Brazil.

But I couldn't agree more: mobile phones are closest to population than desktops or conventional internet access.

Cheers!

Tomi T Ahonen

Hi David and Mariana

Thank you David.

Mariana, wonderful data on Brazil, thanks!

Tomi Ahonen :-)

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