Smart Phone Ownership In Nordic Countries, February 2014 [CHART]
In the Nordic countries combined—Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark—smartphones have surpassed laptops and TVs to become the most-owned device, according to February 2014 polling by Buzzador. However, when the study broke out ownership in each country, it found that smartphone usage in Finland lagged behind, with 82% of internet users in the country owning such a device, compared with at least nine in 10 in the other three countries.
Instead, respondents in Finland were more likely to own traditional media, such as televisions and radios, and nearly twice as likely as those from Sweden, Norway and Denmark to pick up old-school cellphones to make calls. Read the rest at eMarketer.