Perceived internet value per user in selected countries in 2010, by age

This statistic provides information on the perceived internet value per user in the United States, France, Japan, Germany, South Korea and India in 2010, by age group. It was found that U.S. consumers aged 35 to 44 years believed themselves to receive 1,430 U.S. dollars worth of value over and above what they pay for devices, applications, services, and access. This perceived value is called consumer surplus.

Perceived internet value per user in selected countries in 2010, by age group

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Source

Release date

March 2012

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2010

Supplementary notes

Value comparison are weighted by income (excluding the highest and lowest level by country) to minimize bias. The figure for Japan's 25-34 category is estimated (base size).

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