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How travelers from ten countries access the Internet from the road

04/11/2013| 10:32:02 AM| 中文

A recent report by Tourism Australia found smartphones and personal laptops to be the devices most commonly used by visitors to access Internet while in Australia.

It won’t be long before Internet cafes and lobby PCs become a relic of the past.

A recent report by Tourism Australia found smartphones and personal laptops to be the devices most commonly used by visitors to access Internet while in Australia. Based on the March quarter of 2012, 25 percent of travelers accessed Internet via smartphones and 25 percent signed in via laptops.

It’s no secret that mobile is the future of travel and this reports only adds to the evidence with mobile devices serving as the predominant Internet connection for travelers from at least nine different countries. The findings; however, can not be applied to every tourism market given the availability of Wi-Fi in Australia in comparison to less developed destinations.

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