Email Habits altered by Mobile broadband
The new industry results proved that mobile broadband connected devices are becoming best option for the users to check their emails.
The study carried out by email service provider Return Path has proved that mobile handset to browse email by its users is sure to beat both desktop-based and web mail customers by the close of the year 2012.
The ratio of email users on the mobile handsets has increased by 82.4% from in a year from March 2011 to 2012. This indicates that the readership of emails on the mobile now reports around 30% of global use of email.
About 85% of surfing of email on mobile handset were operated availing Apple brand devices, particularly the annual growth in the use of email by 54% is from iPad. According to a survey 80% of people confirmed that they view emails through their handset everyday.
Return path believes that this progress will continue because the availability of mobile broadband continues to reform customer usage of internet habits, publishing the UK figures reveals that 38% users are availing smartphones among the other mobile device.
The chief executive officer of return path, Matt Blumberg said that mobile is the future device for computing. Their data indicates this trend for email usage. At present people increasingly use their tablets and smartphones and are distancing themselves from desktops and PC.
Last month report of Juniper research exposed that the huge stock of mobile phones all around the world will surely maximize the strain on the mobile internet infrastructure.
The research also showed that around one-fourth of the traffic is generated by games consoles, laptops and other such devices will use mobile connection by the end of 2016 and the yearly volume of the data will increase up to 7,500 petabytes.
According to Juniper, it is necessary for the for the service providers to strengthen its network capacity by utilizing latest innovation like 4G connectivity, small cell technology and wireless backhaul.