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Mobile phones advertising in Print during Jan-Aug 2006: AdEx study

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Mobile phones advertising in Print during Jan-Aug 2006: AdEx study

There was a 28 per cent growth in print advertising by mobile phones during Jan–Aug ’06 over Jan–Aug ’05. Mobile phones advertised the most in southern publications. Nokia topped advertising in Print with a 35 per cent share during Jan-Aug ’06. Maximum number of new mobile phone brands were launched by Nokia (19) and Motorola (18) in Print.


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