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Most to Access Internet via Mobile Device

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Just figuring out your company's online web site strategy for viewing on PC's? Forrester Research predicts most will access the Internet via mobile device by 2014.

In the next decade, the mobile Internet will replicate the success story of the PC-based Internet as social networks, widgets, search engines or company websites adapt for mobile presentation

Mobile internet usage to reach 39 pct by 2014

FRANKFURT, Aug 31 (Reuters) - More than a third of consumers in Western Europe will access the Internet using their mobile phones by 2014, according to a research report published by Forrester Research on Monday.

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According to the study, mobile Internet adoption is set to grow to 39 percent in Western Europe in 2014 from 13 percent in 2008.

"The recession is forcing many consumers to reduce their spending, but they aren't cutting out their mobile subscriptions altogether," said Forrester analyst Thomas Husson. He said Internet-centric phones and flat-rate data plans stimulated mobile internet adoption.

By 2014, a third of Western European consumers will own Internet-enabled phones compared with 18 percent in 2009, Forrester said.

Overall, the number of individual mobile users ...continue reading.

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