Spam. Now on your phone.

Textually.org notes that SMS will fall by the wayside as people get email access on their mobile phones:

"… Today there are less than 20 million wireless email users worldwide, but this will grow to 350 million, or 20 per cent of all email accounts, by 2010, Monica Blasso, the firm’s research vice-president said.

"Once email becomes available more or less free of charge by default on your mobile handset, people will gravitate to that rather than just continuing to use SMS," Robin Simpson, mobile and wireless research director at Gartner Australasia said."

Great. Then I can be constantly bombarded by spam on my phone too.

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