South Korea – As of December, 2008, South Korea reportedly has nearly one cell phone for every man, woman and child in the country. The figure of 45.6 million mobile phones accounts for 93% of the entire population. Sung Suk-ham of the Korea Communications Commission said that despite the economic downturn, that number is expected to rise.
[U.S. advertisers need to figure out what it is they’re doing over there and mimic it over here. If they have a 93% saturated market AND continued growth projections for an unnecessary product, that really says something about their sales ability. -Editor]
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