February 10, 2015
The global average of use is 38 seconds per page, reveals a study that includes Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, North America, Asia and Europe, and indicates that Venezuela exceeds this average with 46 seconds per page.
In the disclosed part of the study, they do not specify whether these seconds spent in reviewing each page include the download time of the same. A slow connection increases the time we must spend viewing a web page while waiting for it to fully download.
In Latin America, Venezuelans spend the longest time connected to the Internet from a computer or laptop, according to the Futuro Digital 2015 report carried out by the Internet measurement service ComScore, and released by the Compañía Anónima Nacional Telefonos de Venezuela (Cantv ).
The most visited pages in the country are those of social networks, followed by service pages and online purchases, later, business and finance.
Currently in Venezuela there are 2,277,956 subscribers who use the Broadband Internet service (ABA), refers a note released by Cantv.
Likewise, in the country mobile telephony has increased sixfold in the last 15 years, so that the active lines amount to almost 32 million (more than 16 million are subscribers of the State mobile operator, Movilnet).
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