Statistics about Using Internet on Mobile Phones in Thailand

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This graphic shows statistics for internet usage on mobile phones in Thailand for the year 2012. The data is gathered from mobilethai.net and truehits.net which in turn gathers information about Thai websites and users who visit them. The top mobile device in Thailand is iPhone at 46.54%. This is followed by iPad (31.19%), Nokia (8.58%), Blackberry (5.15%) and iPod (3.88%). For operating systems on mobiles, Apples iOS far outweighs Android. The top mobile networks in Thailand are True Move at 21.78%, followed by TOT (15.19%), DTAC (12.21%) and AIS (10.62%). The top social networks in Thailand are Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Foursquare and Twitter. As things are changing very quickly I am sure that if they did a snapshot for December 2012 that they will have very different results.

5 thoughts on “Statistics about Using Internet on Mobile Phones in Thailand

  • November 25, 2012 at 7:58 pm
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    it would be interesting to see thailand relative to other countries

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  • November 26, 2012 at 5:58 am
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    Hi, Richard I live in Florida, I converse with Stephen Cleary a lot ( Thailand ). I hope they get there 3G or even 4G service going. It sure would make things a little easier. I only use IPhone 4. Thank you, I follow you on twitter. Good job.

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  • November 26, 2012 at 8:03 pm
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    Top devices make up over 90% and there’s not a single Android phone among them. Where did the 50 mil Android usage on the other chart come from? From the remaining 5-6%? Those Android users must be real internet addicts, generating a quarter of traffic of iOS that make up over 80% of devices.

    That’s like four times more Internet usage on an average Android than on iOS.

    Or these stats could be just lame, that would explain it, too.

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  • September 16, 2015 at 11:26 am
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    HI Richard, Any idea where I can get the update numbers on Thailand’s Internet on Mobile Phones usage? TIA!

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