iPhone Users Consume More Data Than Android In America

Posted on Mar 22 2013 - 2:54pm by Muhammad Umer

Android has a market share greater than iOS, but when it comes to mobile data consumption, Cupertino Company devices always exceed the Google. The new analysis of NPD Group confirms these results. Let’s look at them together.

NPD Group surveyed 1, 500 different devices connected to the networks of the four most common U.S. mobile operators: Verizon, AT & T, Sprint and T-Mobile. The analyses were carried out in the period from October 2012 to January 2013.

The results show that the Apple devices have downloaded an average of 1.12 GB of data per month, compared with 0.92 aggregated from terminals based on Android operating systems.

Among iPhone users most active operators include Verizon with an average of 1.55GB of data consumed each month, Sprint and AT & T, with 1.30 and 1.16 respectively, As for Android, most active operators are T-Mobile and Sprint, with 1.28 and 0.95GB of data downloaded in one month for each individual user.

mobile data consumption

The analyses were carried out using the software SmartMeter NPD Connected Intelligence, installed on devices that we mentioned earlier.

Via | BGR

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