Mobile internet use to rise to 930 hours per person in 2021 - study

Wednesday 12 June 2019 | 14:14 CET | News
People will be spending on average 930 hours on mobile internet each year by 2021, up from 800 hours in 2019, according to a study from Zenith, looking at 57 countries. Collectively, this translates into 3.8 trillion hours this year and 4.5 trillion in 2021. In general, mobile internet use will account for almost a third (31%) of global media consumption in 2021, from 27 percent this year. Television will remain the biggest medium globally, with people watching an average of 167 minutes per day this year. This is forecast to dip to 165 minutes per in 2021. The medium will account for 33

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