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Study finds average cellphone uses 145.8Mb a month

destinyland (578448) writes | more than 4 years ago

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destinyland (578448) writes "For the first time, the majority of cellphones are accessing data services — 53 percent, compared to only 42 percent last year, according to a new study by Validas. And each user downloads an average of 145.8 megabytes a month (vs just 96.8 megabytes a month in 2009). The heaviest users are Verizon smartphone owner, averaging 428 megabytes a month (vs 338Mb for iPhone users). In fact, Verizon users were twice as likely as iPhone users to exceed both 500Mb and 2Gb each month."
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