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How many mobile phone users are there in the UK?


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2012-10-16 22:48:42
2012-10-16 22:48:42

there are so many mobile phone been sold in the UK so i would say thet there is 100,000 people who are mobile phone owners...

Estimates range from 60 to 80 million phones in use. Nearly everyone has one.


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