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Mobility Revolution: 8 Shocking Stats From Cisco's 2014 Mobile Traffic Forecast

As mobile devices continue to soar in popularity, the amount of data generated by those devices becomes mind-boggling. And it's only just begun.

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T he Other '1 Percent'

Traditionally, the majority of all mobile data traffic has been created by a very small group of users -- a group Cisco refers to in its report as the "top 1 percent" of mobile data subscribers. But, thanks to mobile devices and connectivity becoming more mainstream, this is no longer the case.

According to Cisco, back in 2010, the top 1 percent of mobile data subscribers accounted for more than half -- 52 percent, to be exact -- of all mobile data usage throughout the year. By 2012, that number was down to 16 percent, and, last year, fell even more to just 10 percent.

 
 
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