Posted November 21, 2011 6:08 am by with 0 comments

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One aspect of the current mobile revolution is that it costs money to be mobile and to be truly active on mobile devices. From the cost of the device to the cost of monthly data plans there are many people that will not have access to the mobile web much like the concerns that were in place regarding the Internet in general during its early years.

Of course, certain groups like high finance types have no problem here. It’s this kind of clientele, in fact, that has allowed one traditional publisher, The Financial Times, to see significant increase in mobile access of their content. They produced an infographic to make this point and it is a testament to the impact of mobile on those products where price is not an issue.