Notes From the Fieldby Martin Weil

June 13, 2014

Thought of the Day

people in the United States now make more [phone] calls to India than to Western Europe.
The explanation is not however what you might first think.
Traffic between the United States and Europe, both of which have high broadband availability, has shifted to substitutable services over the Internet (e.g. VoIP). India still has a low broadband penetration, meaning people in the United States call mobile telephones.
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