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Dear Friend,

What would you have said if a couple of years ago I had told you that pretty soon almost everyone in Germany will have their own mobile phone?

Do you remember the "early days" of mobile phoning back in the mid 90ies when a handset was the size of a shopping bag and weighed several kilos? And the rates? A minute in the business hours was more than 5 DM and a phone user in the street a rare sight. What about today's situation?

Do you know how many people are using a mobile phone in Germany? To date the number is over 59 million - that's nearly 72 percent of our population (still below the European average of 77 percent!)

Dear Friend,

You probably have a mobile phone, don't you? When did you get it and how often do you use it? How has your life changed ever since? What do you think will a cell phone look like in 5-6 years?

I'm looking forward to receiving your views. Have a "mobile" and pleasant week.

Regards
Torsten Daerr


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