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Some interesting stats on mobile phone usage

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

Over half of all cell phone owners use their phones while watching television:

This comes from a new study from the Pew Center for Internet and American Life Project. Cell phone owners use their phones to keep themselves occupied during commercial breaks, talk to other people watching the same show, verify whether what they hear on TV is true or not, and to log on to sites to see what other people are saying about a show. Judy Viitanen wasn’t surprised to read that younger users are more likely to be “connected viewers.” About 81 percent of cell phone owners surveyed between the ages of 18 and 24 say that they fit into this category.

Worldwide Mobile subscriptions = over 6 billion

And PRimage has also checked out a  new study from the World Bank which has found that around three-quarters of the Planet’s population now has mobile phone access. The number of mobile subscriptions across the world — both pre- and post-paid — has grown from less than 1 billion in 2000 to over 6 billion, the study said. And, with so many people buying up multiple subscriptions, the study said, the number of mobile subscriptions is expected to quickly pass the human population!

It’s good to talk! PRimage on women and mobile phones ….

Sunday, September 25th, 2011
Despite all the usual jokes and gender stereotypes of women talking on the phone all the time, when it comes to mobile cell phones men are more likely to place a call according to a new Pew Research study: Fascinating!
Seems that on average, male cell phone users place 13.8 calls perday, compared to only 10.8 for women.