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DNA says adults under 30 used 91 GB mobile data from August-October

Thursday 26 November 2020 | 12:31 CET | News
Finnish operator DNA said the difference in mobile data use between age groups is large, even between millennials and generation Z. The Telenor unit said the average adult in Finland aged 18 to 29 used more than 91 GB of data with their postpaid subscription in August-October. This compares with an average of 49 GB for those in the 30-39-year-old bracket.

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