Report: us user consumes per month 1.2 GB of data over cell phones




According to the New York Times recently that the mobile phone user in the United States consumed during the year 2013, an average of 1.2 GB of data per month, compared to 690 MB consumed a year ago, that amount has increased twofold.

The newspaper report was based on a study conducted by mobile analytics firm “Chetan Sharma (Chetan Sharma), which attributed the reason for the increased use of users to 4 g networks” ATI “(LTE) which are faster, in addition to a plethora of smart phones that consume a larger amount of data.

Besides, played the most complicated task applications and larger role in the increase in 2013, despite policy produced by Apple, and to prevent users from downloading large applications only through wireless networks Wi-Fi, where the company last September to lift the allowable size of 50 to 100 MB.

The United States has a number of operators provide services connecting to the Internet via mobile devices, most notably “Verizon” (117.194 million subscribers, by the second quarter of 2013), “at & t” (107.884 million), Sprint (44.877 million subscribers), and finally the company “t-mobile” (45.039 million subscribers).
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