These results indicate that Smartphone ownership is related to income, where the incidence of Smartphone ownership increases as income increases.
Smartphone Ownership for different income levels
Source: Roy Morgan Single Source (October 2010 - September 2011). Total Australian population 14+ n=18,483.
Andrew Braun, Director Mobile, Internet and Technology, Roy Morgan Research, says:
“Our Mobile Phone Monitor paints a clear picture of the type of consumer inclined to purchase a Smartphone.
“Amongst other things, it also indicates that Smartphone owners compare to that of all mobile phone owners are 47% more likely to be big spenders, 24% more receptive to mobile advertising if it reduced their phone bill and 23% are more receptive to receiving email advertising that is relevant to them.
“Further profiling on Smartphone owners can be purchased via the Roy Morgan Online Store.”
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