Thursday, September 5, 2013

Majority of Android Handset Traffic Uses Wi-Fi, in 9 Countries Across North America, Asia and Europe

About 68 percent of Android data consumption occurs over a Wi-Fi connection, a study of users by Informa Telecoms and Media and Mobidia has found. 

The study shows that the most-balanced usage was in India, where Android users consumed about 53 percent of their handset data using Wi-Fi, both private and at public locations, though public locations represent just about one percent of consumption in India and just two percent in the U.S. market.

That data simply confirms the crucial role now played by mobile offload to third party access networks.

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