Regarding smartphones, 95 percent of the mobile operating system market share was held by Android, and 2.5 percent by iOS. The most popular mobile browser was Google Chrome. In 2018, the popularity of mobile internet increased. It was the first year in which the percentage of people connecting to the network via mobile devices was higher than the rate of people using PCs for this purpose. The majority of mobile surfers used mobile phones or smartphones, while almost one in eight people connected to the internet via a tablet.
Data transmission in mobile networks has been the most dynamically developing service for several years. In Poland, 3098 petabytes (PB) of data were transmitted through mobile telephony in 2018, almost 47 percent more than in the previous year.
In 2018, users of national mobile networks consumed a total of more than three billion GB of data, more than twice as much as in 2016. According to estimates of the National Institute of Telecommunications, the average monthly use of mobile internet data in Poland will increase nearly 25 times by 2025. According to the model by CISCO, it will reach 51.65 gigabytes per SIM.
The European Commission has obliged all EU member states to have a wide coverage of the 5G technology network by 2025. According to the Commission's guidelines, by 2020, the 5G network is to be available on a commercial basis for at least one large city in each member state. In Poland, Łódź will be the first city to operate in the 5G network.
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In the following 6 chapters, you will quickly find the 54 most important statistics relating to "Mobile internet usage in Poland".