[Air-L] cell phone prevalence?
terrellrussell at gmail.com
Wed Dec 19 07:47:19 PST 2007
Barry Wellman wrote:
> I recently did an interview with a smart reporter, Eric Weiner, from
> NPR (US National Public Radio). In it, I opined that one of the most
> prevalent Qs when people talk on mobile/cell phones is "Where are you"?
> Eric is wondering if there is any systematic evidence on this.
> He needs to know quickly, but I think other list members would like to
> know too, so please copy to the list (and to me, personally).
I'm not sure this is systematic/systemic evidence but...
Boost Mobile has had a campaign in the last year or so titled "Where you
at?". This is mostly a pay-as-you-go/contractless mobile company and
targeted at younger consumers.
I'd agree that it's probably one of the most prevalent (and relevant)
questions being asked on mobile phones.
PhD Student, Information Science, UNC-CH
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