India has the largest mobile share of web traffic | Very close to break 50% of all web traffic

In just over two years, the share of web traffic in Asia that comes from mobile devices has almost tripled. In fact, in some countries, close to half of all web traffic comes from mobile devices.

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India is very close to mobile traffic breaking 50% of all web traffic, as are several other countries in Asia as well as Africa.

 

Mobile share of web traffic
2010 2012 Increase 2010-2012

Africa

5.81%

14.85%

155.59%

Asia

6.1%

17.84%

192.46%

Europe

1.81%

5.13%

183.43%

North America

4.71%

7.96%

69.00%

Oceania

2.88%

7.55%

162.15%

South America

1.46%

2.86%

95.89%

Worldwide

3.81%

10.01%

162.73%

The countries with the highest share of mobile traffic as part of total web traffic are:

  1. 48.87% – India
  2. 47.09% – Zambia
  3. 44.95% – Sudan
  4. 42.36% – Uzbekistan
  5. 40.65% – Nigeria
  6. 37.95% – Zimbabwe
  7. 35.46% – Laos
  8. 34.66% – Brunei
  9. 31.79% – Ethiopia
  10. 29.2% – Kenya

 

The trend is set to continue
Worldwide, mobiles only account for about 10% of web access, but it’s a figure that is growing fast. With some countries already closing in on 50% of web traffic coming from mobiles – with India in the lead – it’s safe to assume this development will only continue.

Clearly, people are taking to their mobile devices all over the world to get on the Internet, but more so in Africa and Asia than elsewhere.

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