Study says wireless use is growing in U.S.

By 2005, more than 96 million users will be tapping into wireless mobile networks in the US, according to a study conducted by Jupiter Media Metrix Inc. The New York-based research group said the vast majority of users, 74.9 million, will use "voice-centric handsets" to get wireless information, with the rest using other devices such as personal digital assistants. Individuals will largely be limited to services carried on narrowband networks, since broadband wireless systems won't be widely adopted until well into the future.

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