Thursday, October 30, 2008

Now This Is Really SPOOKY...

Low-income Users Latch on to IPhone

according to research company ComScore Mobile.

In a series of surveys ending in August, ComScore found that iPhone purchases grew fastest among people with annual household incomes between US $25,000 and $50,000. The growth rate in this group was 48 percent, compared with just 16 percent among people with incomes above $100,000.

Even at a monthly rate of $70 and up from GTE, the iPhone was viewed as a necessity for a mobile, multi-tasking tool, in this New Age of connectivity, and increased with the iPhone 3G model with faster speeds.


If THAT doesn't scare you, I don't know what will...

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