Cellular and Wi-Fi use—by operator and data plan type—for Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint, January 2018
A perennial question in the wireless industry is: How much data are customers using and how are customers paying for that data?
Thanks to a partnership between FierceWireless and Strategy Analytics, we hope to shed some light on the situation. The below data, from Strategy Analytics’ AppOptix service, show how often Android wireless users stray from cellular networks and onto Wi-Fi networks—and how that differs among customers of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.
But perhaps more interestingly, Strategy Analytics’ data also offers a breakdown of customers’ service plans, showing the amount of cellular and Wi-Fi data consumed by unlimited data customers and how that compares to customers with monthly data allowances and pay-as-you-go plans.
Read on to find charts detailing the information and the actual numbers used. Below that is a detailed explanation of how Strategy Analytics obtained its data. Click here to learn more about Strategy Analytics’ AppOptix service.
This is a recurring, monthly feature from FierceWireless. For numbers from December 2017, click here.
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