I have to say I love this graphic. It clearly shows how Libya is embracing mobile advertising since its troubles. According to this article,
Libyan traffic peaked in January 2011 with 110-million ads served but has dropped each month since, to an all time low of 8 239 in June.
August has seen a dramatic recovery with 369 100 ads served in the past week.
But what does it mean?
So, in all honesty event though this graphic is great – it does not mean that the mobile Internet will continue this spike. In reality, I am sure that this volume of overnight traffic probably caused a lot of network problems. Libya has to rebuild its infrastructure and mobile will win in the short term as ADSL services try to resume a normal service.
All the same – great graphic!