August 30, 2004
Use of mobile phones more common in Finland than in Sweden
Finns, Norwegians and Danes send a lot more SMS messages and talk considerably more on the mobile phone than the Swedes, Nordic telecoms operator TeliaSonera told the Finnish News Agency STT Friday, reports Newsroom Finland.
According to data collected by the company, Finns on average, spend 249 minutes talking on their cell phone while Swedes only talk 130 minutes.
Norwegians are most fond of SMS messages, and send an average 76 monthly. Swedes average only 17 per month.
In Norway and Denmark, businesses without any fixed telephone lines are approved of more easily than in Finland and Sweden.
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