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December 13, 2015

internet speeds across the world: 50 nations compared

The global average connection speed saw a 3.5% increase in the second quarter of 2015, to 5.1 Mbps. According to Akamai state of the internet 2015 report.The below chart compared 50 nations and their internet connection speeds.Globally web speeds increased across the board for the top 10 countries/regions, with the exception of South Korea, which saw a 2.1% decrease from the first quarter. Japan saw the largest quarterly gain at 7.8%, while the remaining eight countries saw modest gains ranging from 1.5% in Hong Kong to 4.6% in Switzerland.

On a global basis, 107 of the 143 qualifying countries/regions saw average peak connection speeds increase from the first quarter, with growth ranging from 0.1% in Trinidad and Tobago (to 34.9 Mbps) to 100% in Egypt (to 23.4 Mbps). Other than Egypt, four countries—Uzbekistan, Mauritius, Ghana, and Tunisia—saw quarterly increases of over 50%.

November 13, 2015

10 biggest markets for netflix with the highest monthly revenue

"nations providing the the biggest average monthly revenue to netflix

These are the top 10 nations having the highest Netflix average monthly revenue per users, across all the countries where the video streaming company is present Netflix top 3 markets with biggest monthly average revenue includes Denmark, Norway and Sweden

July 2, 2015

Sweden. Denmark , Finland and Norway leads in online shopping per 1000 users

 Rank of Nordic nations Sweden. Denmark ,Finland and Norway in online shopping per 1000 users
 These 5  nations  lead by Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway lead in online shopping  per 1000 users across all nations. Out of every 1000 users,sweden has  5106 users, Denmark is home of 3133 online users. While Finland and Norway top up the top 5 with 2677 and 2594 online shoppers per 1000 users

June 8, 2015

Scandinavian nations, Norway Denmark, Sweden top mobile web usage in Europe

"mobile web usage among europe"


Scandinavian Countries of  Norway  and Denmark lead mobile internet usage in Europe with 72% and , 69% respectively. Netherlands with 66% of its population  on the mobile web.With 64%  Sweden is no 4  . As  of 2015, UK has 59% hooked to online web. Italy is ranked the last among west  europe with just 51% using the mobile web ( emarketer)

April 6, 2015

Ratio of digital vs mobile budget spends in Europe by country

"digital and mobile ad spends in  Wetern Europe by countries"


Western Europe’s developed economies and high smartphone usage will help push advertisers in the region to allocate larger portions of their budgets toward mobile throughout the forecast period. Across Western Europe, mobile’s share of digital ad spending will climb to 22% in 2016 from 6% in 2012. By 2016, 28% of digital ad spending in the UK will be devoted to mobile advertising while digital  ad will account for  45% of overall budget spends.In 2012 this was 36%. a growth of 9% Meanwhile more  than 18% of total digital dollars in Denmark, Germany, Italy and Norway will come from mobile

French advertisers are likely to spent 23.5% on digital, and  15.5% of this on Mobile .Digital spends  for Italy  would account for 19%by 2016, while 18.7% of this would be on mobile 

May 29, 2014

Finland, Denmark and Estonia among the top 3 Highest Mobile SIM Users

Mobile SIM penetration in Europe  stands at an average at 125%, (multiple SIM holders according to a GSM  report.However in terms of mobile SIM users in  European nations ,  there are still significant variations in penetration rates across Europe, although some of the historical differences in penetration across the region have narrowed sharply over recent years. 

Estonia is now one of the highest SIM penetrated market in Europe, whilst the likes of France and Spain are amongst the lowest penetrated. The total number of SIM connections has grown in nearly every market in Europe over recent years, although Spain is the one market to see a clear decline in the number of active SIM cards

Comapring mobile usage by SIM activities