Smartphone Power Users Are Eager for 5G

5G smartphone power users

A recent survey of smartphone users in the UK and US by RootMetrics reveals insight into the connectivity needs of so-called power users that has implications for early 5G service demand.

According to the results, 30% of those surveyed are considered to be “always-on users who expect connectivity for daily activities,” of which 12% are classified as “wholly dependent power users” who depend on mobile connectivity for work as well as outside of work. RootMetrics describes these power users as a “small but influential group.”

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