November 26, 2007

"Many IM users are spending time instant messaging from their cell phones, according to the second annual AP-AOL Instant Messaging Trends Survey.

The survey, which examined instant messaging trends and usage habits among 1,246 IM users, revealed that 25 percent of respondents send IMs from their cell phones, including one in three (32 percent) teens.

The proliferation of cell phones with full keyboards has made it easier to send mobile instant messages. All of the major instant messaging services also let users have their instant messages forwarded directly to their cell phones when they're on-the-go. In addition, IM users are instant messaging from within their social networking profiles..."
Continue reading : AP-AOL Instant Messaging Trends Survey: Email is Dead

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