Business people have higher mobile bills (duh)

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Business dudeIn one of the most, “Gee, that’s completely obvious, how did they get paid to figure that one out?” reports BlackBerry Cool has ever seen, Telephia is telling the world that business people have higher phone bills than those who use their mobiles only for personal reasons. According to Telephia, the average monthly cell phone bill for business users is nearly US$80, as compared to about US$65 for personal users, a difference of 23 percent.

It’s not clear whether Telephia’s metrics include information on data (SMS, email, and web browsing), but this little morsel should prove familiar: the average overage charge for business users was US$55.78, a good 18 dollars higher than the average consumer.