9 edition of Mobile Services in the Networked Economy found in the catalog.
April 2005 by IRM Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||247|
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Mobile services differ from other services because of their temporal and spatial attributes. Mobile services additionally differ from each other in their value-added to the end-user. Some services—such as emailing and voice—are more business oriented.
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