Thursday, 23 March 2017

Mobile Internet Traffic Surpasses Desktop Usage For The First Time In History

 

Most of you reading this article right now are doing so by using your smartphone. It isn't surprising because according to a recent study, mobile phone ownership has gone up from less than 1% in 1985 to 91% among adults worldwide.

Initially, all a mobile phone could do was call up a person and send short text messages.

We have come a long way in mobile technology since then. We now have music players, cameras, radios and several such features built-in.

With the advent of mobile Internet services, the sales and usage of mobile phones has increased.

In the year 2013, mobile Internet traffic only accounted for less than 30% of the total Internet traffic with most of the traffic originating from desktop computers .

This year however mobile Internet traffic statistics indicate that 51.3% traffic is due to mobile devices with 4.76% coming from tablets. It's the first time in history that mobile devices have overtaken the traditional desktop computers and laptops in terms of Internet traffic .

 

 

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