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Comment of the Week

The comment of the week this week comes from Charlie Schick, who had a nice response to my little rant about handset subsidies and how they affect service from carriers: “handset subsidies were removed in finland and italy. in finland, there is still no stopping the growth of handset purchases. in italy, the sales of […]

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Comment of the Week

The comment of the week this week comes from Njar, in response to Russell’s post on the trouble operators are having shifting 3G, even though it’s passed 50 million subs. Njar points out the importance of third-party developers in creating interest in it: I’d agree that it’s certainly a very interesting time for the mobile […]

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Comment of the Week

Julia Dimambro, the managing director of mobile porn provider Cherrysauce, had a nice comment this week in response to my skeptical post on the state of the industry. Take it away, Julia: It’s interesting that the success or failure of adult entertainment on mobiles is often perceived from the writer’s personal views on the subject. […]

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Comment of the Week – from Chris

In response to my completely unprovoked attack on the advertising industry earlier in the week (42% of Advertising Executives are Dim, finds McKinsey Research), Chris of Aerodeon, a veteran mobile marketing company in the UK, took a slightly more reasonable approach in his comment of explanation. Thanks Chris for the comment of the week: Because […]

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Comment of the Week

Comment of the Week

We love it when you leave a comment on our posts. No really, we do – it takes this blogging thing into a different dimension when we have some interaction with the people who read our thoughts. We get some brilliant comments here, so we thought it would be cool to have a Comment of […]

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