In Austria, SMS spam has been a problem for decades. Sadly, it doesn’t’ look like it is going away – instead, expect growth until 2017.

Online Media Daily now reports the following:

Ad spending on mobile messaging will reach $7.4 billion by 2017, fueled by a surge in location-based SMS text ads, according to a new forecast by U.K.-based Juniper Research.

Did you ever get SMS spam?

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One Response to “SMS spam is on the rise”

  1. OOO, very often! Everyday :)

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