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Nigerian, Kenyan and South African women spend more than men on mobile data

Wednesday 9 August 2017 | 13:04 CET | News
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Mobile internet browser development company Opera said women in Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa use more mobile data than men. Opera cited a survey of 1,500 women and men aged 14 to 44 in May, combined with feedback from 50,000 users of not-for-profit literacy agency Worldreader's applications.

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Companies: Opera
Countries: Kenya / Nigeria / South Africa
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