Tuesday November 24, 2020

Ireland is ahead on smartphone and tablet ownership

Irish people own more smartphones and tablets than the global average, according to a new survey from global consultancy firm Accenture.

24th August, 2013

Irish people own more smartphones and tablets than the global average, according to a new survey from global consultancy firm Accenture.

According to the survey, Ireland is a global frontrunner when it comes to internet calls, but is behind on mobile payments.

This country has an above-average ownership of technology devices, with three-quarters of Irish consumers currently in possession of a smartphone, and one-third in possession of a tablet, higher than the global average of...

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