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February 27, 2013

BRIC Countries Mobile Device Ownership : Feature Phone vs Smartphone


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According to new research from Nielsen, China is the only country among the high-growth BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) markets where smartphones are predominant, owned by two-thirds of Chinese mobile subscribers as of the first half of 2012.
In three of the high-growth BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) markets, using multiple mobile devices is becoming the new norm. In India, however, the overwhelming majority (89%) of mobile owners still only carry one device, much like in the U.S., where only 17 percent of mobile subscribers own more than one phone.

April 16, 2011

AOL and Facebook heaviest Users In UK are 55 and above

According to ComScore Research, British Internet users over the age of 55 spent an average of 25 hours a month online, compared to an average of 31 hours spent by visitors across all age segments. The ‘silver surfers’ spent most time on AOL sites during March 2011, with an average of nearly 4.8 hours per user per month. Second ranked social networking site Facebook with 3.3 hours and Yahoo with 2.9 hours per visitor in March 2011. Interestingly the over 55 year olds spent more time than the average UK internet user on eBay (121 minutes per user), and property site Rightmove (103 minutes per visitor), but less time than average on Microsoft, Google and NHS sites