Is the iPhone Overcrowding the World’s 3G Networks? – BusinessWeek

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Is the iPhone Overcrowding the World's 3G Networks?
Traffic originating from the iPhone is nearing 50 percent of all data traversing carriers' HSPA networks. Those numbers could have a chilling effect on emerging LTE operators, which are trying to migrate to 4G but are finding themselves contending with
iPhone Owners Are Bigger And More Consistent Data Hogs Than Android UsersCult of Mac
iPhone users take 50% of all 3G traffic – meaning networks must invest in Daily Mail
Apple's iPhone Accounts for 50% of All 3G Traffic – A Problem for 4G LTE Efforts?World News Resource

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