Over 7 in 10 Dutch smartphone owners still use SMS

Monday 8 October 2018 | 11:34 CET | News
SMS is still used by a slightly larger share of Dutch consumers than instant messaging apps, according to the latest research by the Telecompaper Consumer Insights. While 70 percent of smartphone users say they send messages over apps like WhatsApp, 71 percent use SMS to send messages. Email is used by a similar share of smartphone owners, at 68 percent. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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