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The value of mobile phone transmissions in Western Europe will rise to $156bn (&£108bn) in the next ten years from its current $84bn (&£58bn), according to a report by Arthur Andersen and JP Morgan. The nature of the business will change, with revenues being led by data services while voice transmissions will take a smaller share of the market. In the past year, voice transmissions accounted for 80 per cent of business but by 2010 this will drop to 47 per cent, while data applications (transactions, information services, multimedia and machine-to-machine) will take 53 per cent of the market.

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