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February 21, 2012

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Timothy Mclaney

Both mobile phones and toothbrushes are necessities these days, but they're entirely different from one another. I mean, a toothbrush is meant for proper hygiene, and a mobile phone is meant for business. This news should open the eyes of people who usually focus on business rather than taking care of themselves.

DG

Thanks Huw :) Not sure that I'm convinced but it's a very good read!

HuwOS

Apparently the source of the claim is The Mobile Marketing Association of Asia
http://www.calysto.com/2010/04/mobile-marketing-association-mma-forum-asia-pacific-2010/

This person below felt much the same as you DG and dug in a little.

http://60secondmarketer.com/blog/2011/10/18/more-mobile-phones-than-toothbrushes/

DG

I would dearly love to know the source of the toothbrush vs mobile phones claim.

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