Physical phone keypad still attracts 12% of Dutch consumers

Monday 9 November 2015 | 17:08 CET | News
Twelve percent of Dutch consumers would still like to have a phone with a physical keyboard, according to research from the Telecompaper Consumer Panel. The survey in the three months to November asked consumers whether they would prefer a phone with a physical keyboard over their current device. A majority (72%) said they would prefer a digital (touchscreen) keyboard. Older people tended to prefer a physical keyboard, at 16 percent of 50-64 year-olds compared to just 4 percent of 12-19 year-olds. Just over half (55%) of 65-80 year-olds said they prefer a touchscreen keyboard, versus 85

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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