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The story starts in 1981 when the Nordic nations got together to create the world’s first international wireless telephone network. Sparsely populated and inhospitably cold, they had good reason to become pioneers: It cost far too much to lay down a traditional wire-line telephone service. Yet the same features that made it difficult make telecommunications all the more valuable there: People driving through the Arctic winter and owners of remote northern houses needed a telephone to summon help if things go wrong. As a result, Sweden, Norway, and Finland became the first nations in the world to take wireless telecommunications seriously. The found, for example, that although it cost up to $800 per subscriber to bring a traditional wireline service to remote locations, the same locations could be linked by wireless cellular for only $500 per person. As a consequence, 12 percent of people in Scandinavia owned cellular phones by 1994, compared with less than 6 percent in the United States, the world’s second most developed market. This lead continued over the next decade. By the end of 2003, 85 percent of the population in Finland owned a wireless phone, compared with 55 percent in the United States.

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    故事開始於1981年時,北歐國家聯合起來建立了世界上第一個國際無線電話網絡。人口稀少和不好客寒冷,他們已經很好的理由成為先鋒:它的成本太多放下傳統的有線電話服務。然而,同樣的功能,因此很難使所有的電信更有價值的有:人民駕車通過北極的冬季和業主北部偏遠的房屋需要一個電話傳喚幫助,如果事情是錯誤的。因此,瑞典,挪威,芬蘭成為第一個世界各國採取的無線通信嚴重。調查結果顯示,例如,儘管它的成本高達800美元為每一個用戶,把一個傳統的有線服務到偏遠地區,同一地點可能與無線蜂窩只有500美元每人。因此,百分之十二的人在斯堪的納維亞半島擁有移動電話由1994年相比,只有不到百分之六,美國的世界第二最發達的市場。這導致繼續在未來十年。到2003年底,百分之八十五的人口在芬蘭擁有手機,而百分之五十五在美國。

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