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Most American cell owners access Net from their mobiles

There’s a new Pew Internet [twitter: @PewInternet] report on American access to the Internet via mobile phones. Here’s a summary from their PR mailing:

The main finding is that 63% of adult cell owners now use their phones to go online, a figure that has doubled since we first started tracking internet usage on cell phones in 2009. In addition, 34% of these cell internet users say that they mostly go online using their cell phone. That means that 21% of all adult cell owners now do most of their online browsing using their mobile phone—and not some other device such as a desktop or laptop computer.

The full here report is here, for free as usual. Thanks, Pew Internet!

2 Responses to “Most American cell owners access Net from their mobiles”

  1. The US follows Africa in this, I believe.

  2. Well in the current times of 21st century users prefer to use cell phones instead the desktop or systems to browse through internet due to a number of no contract cell services available.

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