Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Swedes at Christmas

This survey from TeliaSonera has a couple of factoids of note: a) 78% of its Swedish broadband customers interviewed said they could use a webcam on Christmas Eve to communicate with distant family members; b) webcams apparently rank second only to the PSTN as a preferred means of communications with friends and family. I don't know how representative Sweden is given some of its peculiar cultural traits around Christmas celebrations, but I'd like to think this maps pretty well across a lot of Europe.

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