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Irish people are turning to their mobile phones for internet access, according to new figures.

3rd February, 2007

Irish people are turning to their mobile phones for internet access, according to new figures. The main operators are saying that mobile phones are now used over a million times a month to access the web.

The trend is closely following other markets, where 3G access, new mobile editions of popular websites and improved mobile handsets are attracting people online.

Websites such as Google, with its Gmail service, and Yahoo! are among online services to...

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