You would think with all the trouble that AT&T has had with their mobile network, that iPhone owners would be using the most data out of all the smartphones. According to Validas this isn’t the case, and Verizon smartphone users consume more data than iPhone users.
In a recent study, Validas are claiming that Verizon smartphone users consume on average around 412MB of data a month, where as iPhone users consume on average around 338MB of data per month.
The key detail in this study that drives the average,” said Validas EVP for analytics Ed Finegold, is that, by percentage, nearly twice as many Verizon Wireless smartphone users are consuming 500 megabytes to 1 gigabyte per month compared to AT&T iPhone users.
According to the study around 54 percent of Verizon smartphones and 52 percent of iPhone’s use less than 200MB of data a month, where as around 46 percent of Verizon users consume over 200MB per month and 48 percent of iPhone users consume over 200MB per month.
via The Register