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Upwardly mobile: 56 % youngsters get health advice on their phones

“Techno-savvy young generation of the state is leading the pack of cell phone subscribers, who are using expert medical advice on their mobile phones. A private telecom operator from had launched mHealth service in the state in November last year. Three years ago also another private operator had started a similar service but had discontinued shortly.
Around 56% belong to the age group of 16-35 years, while beyond 70 years only 15% use this mHealth service in the state, says the figures. Explaining the popularity of the service among youngsters, Airtel corporate communication head told DNA that young subscribers are more open to novel ideas like.”

Daily Bhaskar, 27 August 2012

27 August 2012 | Categories: News | Country: India | Tag(s): mHealth
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