I don't understand this at all. Are you retarded???
"...not only surf the Internet, but to do...online Web browsing" - what is the difference? Do you understand computers at all?!?
"...individuals who use their mobile phone to go online, say they mostly go online using their cell phone...". Wait, let me get this straight, so you're telling me people that use their cell phone to go online actually use their cell phone to go online??? You're a friggin' genius!
If you were drunk or hungover then my apologies. Otherwise write about something you know.
Since you asked so politely, I'll address both quotes:
1) You left out a key word, that being "MAJORITY" (in all caps for emphasis). Granted, people are increasingly using cell phones to surf the Web, that's a given. But what the study is saying is that a growing percentage of those folks are using their cell phone for the *majority* of their online surfing. In other words, cell phones are replacing their Web surfing vehicle of choice.
2) See #1. To expand the point for clarity, not everyone who owns a cell phone uses it to surf the Web. Of those who do, however, the majority of them surf the Web most often using their cell phone, rather than their laptop, desktop, tablet, or any other device. In other words (once again), cell phones are replacing their Web surfing vehicle of choice.
I hope that clears up any confusion you may have had. Have a pleasant day.
I'm doubtful of the accuracy of this study unless it can differentiate between phone browsing and tethering. A lot of times when I'm browsing on the go I actually just use the phone to tether if a WiFi isn't a option for example, and many tablets use mobile browsers as well.
While another factor is one of the reasons why phones are convenient for browsing is that they can be used on the go but that's more like additional browsing scenarios rather than replacing existing ones. Since most traditional computing isn't done while being mobile. So any valid study should also factor whether usage has increased instead of just what percentage of browsing any one device represents.
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