How are Facebook, Twitter and BBM replacing SMS?

Graham Brown of Youth Research Partners
Join us live as we spot the worldwide trends in mobile phone usage that have young consumers moving beyond SMS.
Jun 4 2010
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How are Facebook, Twitter and BBM replacing SMS?
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