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October 24, 2006

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Nancy

Hi Tomi,

Is there already a follow-up for this article for 2008? Or 2009? I am highly interested on how is the latest trend for the said 3G killer app - mobile digital communities.

Thanks!

Tomi T Ahonen

Hi zrock and Nancy

Thank you for the kind comments.

zrock - good luck with your band and do keep us informed how it goes.

Nancy, funny you should mention that. My next Pearls Volume is on mobile social networking and it is just about to be released. I'll do major update blog related to it, probably this week still

Thank you both for writing

Tomi Ahonen :-)

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yes. A lot of people are doing that this time. Almost all people also has 3g phones that they can use for web and messaging.

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hi all it has to do is to drive the adoption of 3G. I am certain that into the next 10 years, basic voice and SMS text messaging (and its evolution) and other person-to-person communication (eg videocalls, MMS messages etc) will bring more revenues to 3G operators, than social networking.

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