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August 24, 2008

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Amol

I am using my iphone from January and the first thing i do every morning after waking up is to check emails and news through iphone.

I am so much addicted to it that even when i am waiting outside a restaurant to get a seat... to kill time i surf websites on iphone.

I am sure I am not the only one with this kind of addiction. Now any ad targeted to person like me through mobile is going to get some good attention. Websites or newspapers are the medium where ads appear in the corner and everyone has habit of ignoring them. but when it comes down to tiny screen ... iphone or PDA... one has no choice but to read it.

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