Friday, January 15, 2016

How Smartphone Users Consume Video Content In The US

Parks Associates’ survey, ‘360 View: Mobility And the App Economy’, shows consumers are embracing many new use cases as their smartphones become more intelligent and multi-functional. Voice calls and texting are still the dominant activities, but 80% of smartphone owners use social networking apps at least once a day and 35% spend an hour or more on this activity.

“Consumer appetite for mobile data is very strong, but currently most subscribers use less than half of their allotted data, while those with high data plans use even less. For mobile operators, pushing consumers to sign up for a bigger data plan will have its limits. More and more consumers will start to compare payment to data usage and discover that they are eating a small portion but paying the price of a family-sized meal,” said Parks Associates director, health, mobile product research Harry Wang,.

From the article "How Smartphone Users Consume Video Content in the US" by TelevisionTeam Post.

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