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UK vs USA Mobile Shopping Trends [INFOGRAPHIC]

UK vs USA Mobile Shopping Trends [INFOGRAPHIC]

Latest Intela figures point to how 40% of mobile users are more likely to buy a product than a year ago. Consumers are slightly more likely to go down the same route in the USA with 44% answering that they would indulge in a spot of m-commerce.

In the UK, 50% are already spending £10 per transaction on their mobile. Whilst in the US, there are 56% who currently part with at least $10 on such devices. The larger Amercian figure could mostly be down to differing currency value.

More of Intela’s data on not only mobile shopping, but also smartphone ads and purchase types can be seen in the infographic below.

Intela m-commerce infographic

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Simon is the news and research reporter at Existem. Previously a technology journalist, he now spends his time investigating both future and developing trends in performance marketing whilst producing editorial content for performancein.com

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