Mobil 1 2019

Format:215x280mm

Circulation31,000 consumer readers, 20,000 business readers

Publishing frequency6 issues per year

Subscription649 SEK

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Retail price per copy75 SEK

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Erik_Morner

Editor-in-chiefErik Mörner

Joined EISA in 2015

Published bySouth Square Publishing AB

AddressSandbacksgatan 3, 116 21 Stockholm, Sweden

Phone+46 701 85 26 95

Email:erik.morner@eisa.eu

The magazine Mobil started in 1995 and continues to be the leading publication for consumers interested in the latest regarding mobile phones, tablets, apps and accessories. Mobil magazine and the website mobil.se, online since 1997, is the go-to destination for reviews, news, useful how-to guides and behind the scenes articles from the mobile industry.

In a competitive market Mobil is and has been the market leader since the launch and today the areas covered has expanded to the evolving mobile industry including wearables and other types of connected devices.

In Mobil magazine the readers can always be sure to get the latest news, reviews of all new devices along with useful guidance on how to get the most out of the device they already own, regardless of what operating system and device type chosen.

Apart from the many consumers depending on Mobil for advice on what devices to buy and what apps to use many resellers as well as business readers use Mobil to stay updated and be sure to make the right decisions.

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