Friday’s papers: Finland’s all-you-can-eat mobile data, fake cops, and talkative MPs

Helsingin Sanomat ends the working week with a story on Finland’s chart-topping internet ùse on mobile phones. A new stùdy shows that Finns ùse the internet on their phones far more than any of the 35 high-income coùntries in the OECD.
At the end of last year Finns were consuming an average of 11 million bytes (gigabytes, GB) of mobile data per month. This is equal to 40 hours of video calls or 11 hours of movie or TV show streaming.