Mobile web use higher in China than US

Apr 3, 2009 | Uncategorized

According to new research from Netpop Research, 56% of subscribers with web-enabled phones in China (102m people) use them to go online, writes ClickZ. In comparison only 31% of people in the US with web-enabled phones use them to connect to the web (18m users). Chinese mobile users spend between 2-3% of their monthly incomes […]

According to new research from Netpop Research, 56% of subscribers with web-enabled phones in China (102m people) use them to go online, writes ClickZ. In comparison only 31% of people in the US with web-enabled phones use them to connect to the web (18m users). Chinese mobile users spend between 2-3% of their monthly incomes on mobile voice and data subscription plans, while in the States users are more likely to spend only 1%. In contrast, costs for premium content tend to be lower in China: mp3s cost around $0.25 compared to $1 in the US.
From ClickZ: http://www.clickz.com, 03/04/2009
Netpop Research: http://www.netpopresearch.com

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