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Ukrainians want to be online always and everywhere

Ericsson ConsumerLab announced the results of the annual survey of the consumption of telecommunication services and products preferences of Ukrainians.

According to research by Ericsson ConsumerLab, now 70% of the Ukrainian population has access to the Internet. Interestingly, the Ukrainian users share different information online 10-20% more than users in Western Europe and the U.S. According to Ericsson ConsumerLab, 60% of Ukrainian users actively share photos and messages on the network.

Senior Consultant Ericsson ConsumerLab in Northern Europe and Central Asia Erik Johannisson stressed that Ukraine compared to last year reduced the use of desktop PCs to access the Internet. At the same time, increased the total number of people who go online with a laptop or smartphone. Most internet users are young people due to whom the market develops.

Despite the increased Internet penetration, the Ukrainians in the coming year do not plan to buy either a new smartphone or a tablet, because, most likely, already own it. The company noted that this situation could be changed with the reduced prices for portable devices.

Also, studies have shown that in Ukraine falls relevance of mobile internet in the regions. Adversely affected is no 3G-and 4G-network. Users often remain dissatisfied with the quality of communication.

As for the total number of smartphones - the number has increased from 11% to 14%. Along with smartphones in Ukraine in 2012 increased the number of tablet computers.

The report was compiled based on 505 interviews with respondents 15-69 years old. Additionally 1526 people have been surveyed who enter the network at least once a week.

Source: DELO.UA

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