Will Pagers Go The Way Of The Dodo? Not If Doctors Can Help It.

Will Pagers Go The Way Of The Dodo? Not If Doctors Can Help It.

In a new post on Fortune, writer Verne Kopytoff looks into the current state of pagers. At their heyday in the mid 90s, some 61 million of the devices were in use. But since then numbers have dwindled to around five or six million today, according to Ronald Gruia, an analyst with Frost & Sullivan. It’s an educated guess, though because Frost & Sullivan officially stopped tracking the pager market in 2006. That’s because of their admitted irrelevance.

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