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Denmark's Smartphone Market Nears Saturation

About eight in 10 internet users in Denmark own a smartphone, and recent research suggests the market in the country is reaching its saturation point, with consumers switching from adoption behaviors to replacement ones. In terms of brand, smartphone owners in Denmark are most likely to choose Apple. Full Article

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