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US surpasses European 3G subscribers by 0.1% -- first!

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
September 4, 2008
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If comScore's data is to believed then the US has done the unthinkable and passed Western Europe (aka, old Europe right Donnie?) in terms of 3G adoption. 28.4% of American mobile cellphone subscribers north of that southern land mass with a similar sounding name now sport 3G devices compared to a measly 28.3% average for Europe's largest countries. That's an 80% surge in the US last year even though T-Mobile is still 3G-less. Man, it's like the 100-meter butterfly all over again, eh Europe?

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