New figures from the Business Protection Agency show that Danes are using far more data than just last year.
The Danes’ data usage from mobile phones has more than doubled in just one year, showing new figures from Business Agency. An increase from last year to 34400TB data 16000TB data traffic from mobile phones this year gives an increase of 115 percent.
It is as if each mobile broadband subscription to mobile phones on average up-and downloaded 7.6 GB of data during 2013.
“Danes are using smartphones and tablet devices much more than in the past and in new ways. With the higher speeds of 4 g network it becomes even more obvious both to browse and stream tv, video and music, when you’re on the go, but also to use the Smartphone mobile broadband internet connection to your home computer, “says Niels May Vibholt, head of Commercial Agency
At the same time, with the increase in data traffic is the number of SMS in Denmark dropped by nearly 15 percent from 11.3 billion in 2012 to 9.6 billion in 2013.
Business Agency can also tell, that for the first time is the total amount of data traffic from mobile phones more than the from mobile broadband, although it is not much. Rounded are both figures as at 34400TB.