Shaping the Future Mobile Information Society
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Shaping the Future Mobile Information Society

This publication contains the materials and conclusions of a recent ITU workshop on Shaping the Future Mobile Information Society held in Seoul, Republic of Korea, with the generous support and collaboration of the Korean Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC), and the International Cooperation Agency for Korea IT. Topics covered included social and human considerations for a more mobile world, broadband mobile communications towards a converged world, and mobile phones and youth.

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Norway currently ranks eleventh in the world in terms of mobile phone penetration levels and boasts one of the highest short message service (SMS) usage rates per capita in Europe. Its adoption rate of mobile telephony has been unprecedented, with the number of mobile phone subscriptions overtaking that of fixedline subscriptions as far back as 1998.