Wireless Phones, Pagers, and Modems to Surpass PCs as Most Popular Internet Access Devices

Jan. 29, 2001
Wireless Internet access devices including palm computers, wireless modems, and two-way pagers will eventually replace the PC as the preferred Internet access method.

According to Cahners In-Stat Group (www.instat.com), wireless Internet access devices including palm computers, wireless modems, and two-way pagers will grow in popularity over the next several years and eventually replace the PC as the preferred Internet access method. Sales of Internet-ready wireless phones will surpass 1 billion annually by 2004. By the end of 2002, virtually all wireless phones will be pre-loaded with mini browsers and will be Internet-enabled.

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