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A whopping 61% of mobile phone users think that radiation from their mobile phones is hazardous to their health. SMS.AC runs an SMS-based poll service. 53% of mobile phone users would rather go without things like music and videos on…

A whopping 61% of mobile phone users think that radiation from their mobile phones is hazardous to their health. SMS.AC runs an SMS-based poll service. 53% of mobile phone users would rather go without things like music and videos on their phone, rather than paying an extra fee. These and other poll results can be found at SMS.AC Poll Results Website. The SMS-based polls are of mobile phone users who signed up for the service.

Even cooler, they are starting up an RSS feed of their poll results.

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