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Latest Mobile Phone Sales Statistics and Usage Trends

We bring you this very interesting infographic on the latest mobile phone sales statistics and the usage mobile trends for 2013. It give a bird’s eye view of where the mobile market is now at, including things like mobile phone user base, market share of operating systems, mobile device manufactures, estimated Smartphone Apps per platform,  and total expenditure per family. Small businesses need to take note of mobile trends and get their businesses mobile friendly if they want to stay current in the new marketing arena. This infographic was created by the guys at Super Monitoring.

Here are a few key statistics for the US;

  • 85% of adults use a cell phone
  • 95% of people in ages group 16 – 29 have a cell phone
  • 68.1% uses the Android operating system
  • More than $150 billion was spend on mobile media
  • Total Expenditures per family for mobile usage rose by $67




This Infographic is produced by Coupon Audit (provides Finish Line coupon) and Business Gateway Inc



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Helena Zwarts

I serve Small Business Entrepreneurs, Start-Ups and Small Business Owners with Social Media Marketing Services to Build an Effective Channel for Customer Communication, Engagement, Growth and Profit. Contact me Today!

4 thoughts on “Latest Mobile Phone Sales Statistics and Usage Trends”

  1. It is amazing how prevalent mobile has become. I do social media monitoring for a semiconductor industry client and have seen several companies quoted as saying it is a “post-PC age” … so I will probably be buying another type of device next year when Microsoft stops supporting Windows XP.

    1. I agree Eileen…. The mobile market is constantly growing, the only thing that bugs me is the different platforms that one needs to cater for if you want to reach your market on the different mobile platforms

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