Mobile handsets continue to be the most common way Australian consumers are accessing the internet while the largest volume of data is downloaded over fixed lines, according to a new data report on internet activity by the ACCC.
Mobile phone data downloads have soared to a record high in Australia, with the growth fuelled by rising app usage.
The average per-device data consumption for smartphones has overtaken tablets for the first time; iPhone 5 users are the biggest downloaders, but Galaxy S111 users lead in uploads.
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