Oops. It's "disagree with Ajit" week here at tomhume.org. When he posts that "Not a lot of people are actually browsing the mobile internet. Although WAP usage shows phenomenal growth, these figures include the use of WAP as a transport mechanism - typically for downloading content. In other words, every time you download a ringtone, you implicitly create a WAP page impression. I suspect the real figures used by consumers to actually browse the mobile internet are very low."

I'd like to see some evidence that figures for browsing the mobile internet are low. With the MDA noting an average daily total of 58.9m WAP page impressions in the UK then either everyone in the UK is downloading a ringtone every day, or something else is artifically inflating these figures.

(Nothing personal Ajit ;))