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Irish have the gift of the gab

Posted by Admin on November 21, 2008

A report by Ofcom of 16 different countries has found that Ireland comes out on top for mobile usage, with an average of just under 3 hours per month talk time and 154 text messages.

Obviously if the stereotypes are to be believed then this isn’t that surprising – we all know that the Irish are a Guinness drinking, leprechaun loving, Blarney stone kissing people!!

The report covered the G7 nations as well as a few others including Ireland (obviously), Poland and Spain. Compared to Ireland’s average of 154 texts per month, Britain only managed an average of 81.

You can read more from the Irish Times here.


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