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Brits spend 7 hours a day using tech

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affairs and dating website UK consumers spend almost seven hours a day using technology devices outside of work.

thai dating sites On average a domestic home has 19 technology devices, according to Samsung’s Techonomic Index, with UK households spending £218 each on devices over the last three months.

free webcam live It stated the UK spends £73 less per household than the European average of £291 over three months, while Italy was ranked as the biggest technology spenders with a £444 spend.

couples seeking women in Darwin Brits spend four hours and seven minutes watching TV and DVDs, and two hours and 30 minutes on personal computers during their spare time.

The index revealed that using mobile apps was the most popular activity among Brits, with 66 per cent of adults stating they use their mobile to access apps, gaming being the most popular app of choice.

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Two thirds of consumers spend more money in venues with Wi-Fi

Two thirds of consumers spend more money in venues with Wi-Fi

63 per cent of consumers are more likely to spend additional money in a venue that offers Wi-Fi, a new survey has found.

The research, conducted by cloud networking firm Purple WiFi, also found that over three quarters (77 per cent) of consumers were more likely to go to a location with free Wi-Fi, with half (48 per cent) using public Wi-Fi at least once a week.

The results highlight a possible demand for in-store Wi-Fi connectivity among consumers, as the Wi-Fi market prepares to rocket from a value of $40 billion (£23.5bn) in 2013 to $93 billion (£54.6bn) by 2018.

However, Purple WiFi’s finding also indiciate that stores that opt to offer free Wi-Fi to visitors should also make sure they clearly explain how to get online.

66 per cent of people surveyed said that they were often confused about how to get online, with over half (54 per cent) believing they are automatically connected in a venue that offers Wi-Fi, seven per cent thinking they have to switch off and on again to connect and five per cent having no idea at all about how to connect.

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