30% of UK smartphone users access mobile internet several times a day or more


According to new research from mobileSQUARED and Lightspeed Research UK smartphone users are almost 3 times as likely to access the mobile Internet regularly as non-smartphone users. The figures from the new consumer survey show that 30.7 percent of UK smartphone users access the mobile Internet a few times a day or more in comparison to only 11.7 percent of non-smartphone users.

In addition, 20 percent of non-smartphone users have never accessed the mobile internet compared with only 6.4 percent of smartphone users.

The full findings from this research will be made available to all attendees of the Taking Internet Mobile seminar on 5th November 2009 in London. Attendees will receive a 50+ page research report in addition to attendance of the event and the networking drinks, all for only 350GBP

More details about the event and how to register can be found here

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