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Apple EE" target="out">iPhone 5 owners use the most mobile download data of all European smartphone owners, according to new research.
This is the third year of the study, conducted by Arieso, and for the first time smartphone users were shown to be downloading more data than tablet owners.
"This is pretty counterintuitive, but it seems the capabilities of the newest smartphones – not tablets - are unleashing even greater user demand," said Michael Flanagan, Arieso's chief technology officer. "Once you move away from raw consumption statistics, the most remarkable finding is the way in which people use smartphones and tablets."
The bulk of data use is coming from a minority of customers, Arieso found. The top one per cent of users consume 40 per cent of download data, while the top 0.1 per cent are using 20 per cent of the data. In last year's study, the top one per cent consumed 50 per cent of mobile download data.
The survey looked at activity by 125 different mobile devices on one tier-one European mobile network.
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