15% of smartphone users in India go for unlimited data plan

According to Nielsen’s study on data plans of smartphones users in the world majority (42%) in India prefer to pay by the MB and only 15% opt for unlimited data plan.

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Smartphones to double, 3G usage will surpass 2G in India in 2013

These days we don’t talk much about the number of mobile users in India, it has gone above 800m and the growth is slow. The flavor of the season is mobile internet, smartphones, 3G in India.
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Urban kids under 18 in India spend 40 minutes a day on mobile internet

A 2 year old using iPad comfortably
A 2 year old using iPad comfortably

The news about mobile penetration in India is not new. India is witnessing an increase in mobile internet usage, in fact we at Oneindia see a substantial growth in our mobile traffic. The recent report by Ericsson focuses on mobile internet usage by children in urban India. Few highlights, Read more on Urban kids under 18 in India spend 40 minutes a day on mobile internet…

Mobile platform in India: Android and Facebook are the undisputed leaders

Nielsen’s report “Smart and Social: Android Phones in India” highlights the usage of smartphones in India. The two dominant operating systems on the mobile are Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS. For the past one year Android has grown well in India, the main reason being ‘affordable’ Android mobile phones (sub Rs 10,000 / $200) are available.

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Will Tablet sales in India push the sales of Murse, men purse?

I will get to the actual topic of Murse (read: man-purse) a bit later. Let us go over the background of mobile, tablet usage in India.

The reducing cost of smartphones, tablets has been helping the internet trickle down to the masses, but we all wait to see the hockey stick effect in internet penetration in India. When most of the mobile users will “always” be on broadband (2G or 3G or wifi – whatever) we can see the landscape of consumption on internet changing drastically.

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