Dutch iPhone owners deprived more data than Android users




Dutch iPhone owners use their smartphone more data than Android users, claims research firm Telecompaper. With an iPhone people come on average 1.4 GB per month on Android is the average not more than 500MB.

This involves the use of both wifi and 3g, says an analyst from Telecompaper in an article of Emerce. The data is based on a survey of over 1,000 consumers, which Telecompaper thanks to the app data use can monitor. It is unclear how many of those devices iPhones and Android smartphones were and which versions were used.

The major difference can be explained according to the research from the audience of both smartphone platforms. “The explanation is that Android devices used by a slightly older crowd and doing less with apps.”

There would be more explanations for the difference. Thus also on Android smartphones that a large audience used to replace an old feature phone. Many people with such models probably use less or no data. The division between cheaper and more expensive Androids in the research is unclear.

Also it could be that many of the iPhone users the feature iCloud backup use via wifi which is backed up all data on the phone. Presumably app that calculates the data with it. Few apps that people use daily, claims Telecompaper. Especially WhatsApp and Facebook are open daily.



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