Nearly third of Dutch holidaygoers leave tablet at home

Wednesday 8 July 2015 | 11:53 CET | News
Nearly one third of Dutch people leave their tablet at home. For the two-thirds who do take their device with them, 39 percent use it read the news while 38 percent use to send emails. The figures come from a Telecompaper Consumer Panel study performed in the second quarter. Playing games is another reason to take the tablet along, stated by 34 percent. Other reasons include looking up tourist information (29%), looking at weather forecasts (26%), storing photos and/or videos (24%), as using social networks (24%). Hardly anyone takes the tablet to work; only 2 percent say that this is partly

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: GfK / Samsung / Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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