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This number is likely to exceed 60 million people when those ages 17 and younger are included. market is an important leading indicator for video calling take-up in other global markets," said Andrew Chetham, managing vice president at Gartner. S., Gartner chose Germany as a European alternative market to study due to its high usage among the younger adults, pointing to a wider uptake in coming years.
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