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Oe24 secures leadership in Austrian mobile internet - OWA Basic report

Tuesday 12 February 2019 | 09:51 CET | News

Austrian portal oe24 is the clear winner on the mobile internet, based on the January report by web analysis service OWA Basic. The oe24 network recorded in total more than 6.2 million unique clients and 22.3 million visits, with mobile unique clients exceeding 4.0 million for the first time.

This represents an increase of 32.2 percent compared with January 2018. Compared with December 2018, the oe24 network's unique clients increased by 20 percent, which means that within just one month, the oe24 network has gained more than 1 million new unique clients. No other online media offering is growing as fast as oe24.

The oe24 network also achieved a new record of over 22 million visits. This represents an increase of 30.1 percent over 2018 and 26.8 percent compared with December 2018. Within only one month, the oe24 network has gained more than 4.7 million visits.

The oe24 numbers for mobile are as follows. With over 4 million unique clients mobile, oe24 ranks first among Austrian online mobile offers. Compared with 2018, the oe24 mobile offer has thus increased by 38.8 percent, compared with December 2018 by 12.8 percent.

The second place belongs to krone.at with more than 3.9 million mobile unique clients.

For the first time, the oe24 mobile offer has overtaken the leading marketplace willhaben.at, which recorded nearly 3.9 million unique clients. Derstandard.at reached 3.6 million mobile unique clients and ORF.at reached 3.3 million mobile unique clients.

Heute.at, which in November 2018 was the leading portal, lagged behind oe24 mobile by 2.2 million unique clients in January.



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Categories: Internet
Companies: ORF
Countries: Austria
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