In a February 2018 survey of US internet users and restaurant executives by BRP (Boston Retail Partners) and Windstream Enterprise, restaurant operators met consumer expectations on only two factors: contactless/mobile payment, for which 32% of consumers valued it and one-third of operators offered it, and Wi-Fi availability (44% both valued it and offered it).
61.1% of US smartphone owners and 82.0% of tablet owners said they used Wi-Fi when they watched video content.
Just 14% of shoppers preferred to research in-store, with the rest using laptops and mobile devices.
This infographic from LightSpeed Research suggests that mobile should no longer be thought of as an emerging channel for consumers.
More than nine in 10 American smart phone owners had used their device while at a physical store location.
Smart phone users eat up more data than tablet users, a finding that can be attributed to increasing consumption on smart phones and frequent use of tablets in WiFi areas rather than on cellular networks.
BackgroundCheck.org created this infographic to illustrate the risky behavior young professionals sometimes exhibit with regard to technology.
The mobile phone is helping lift the living standard of India’s masses but most mobile activities are still limited to texting and calling.
via marketingcharts.com iPhone users are far more likely than Android or Blackberry device users to use Wi-Fi, finds Jumptap in an April 2012 report. Looking at data from its network of more than 107 million unique visitors in March, Jumptap found that iPhone users were 66% more likely to use Wi-Fi than Android users (58% […]