Tagged: Internet Access

Mobile Market in Brazil 0

Internet in Brazil: In 38% of homes at least 1 person accesses the web on mobile phones

In more than a third of all households in Brazil (38.1%), at least one person accesses the internet via cell phone, says survey released recently by the Institute of Applied Economic Research (IPEA). The study also shows that 40.8% of households have internet access and that 68% of users claim to use the service daily.

Renato Meirelles, president of Data Popular (standing), and Celso Athayde, founder of Kufa (Photo: Lilian Quaino/G1) 0

Consumer Behavior in Brazil: middle class in slums rises from 33% to 65% in 10 years

According to one of those responsible for research, Renato Meirelles, president of Data Popular, a research institute that has existed for 12 years focused in classes C and D, 94% of residents of Brazilian slums say they are happy, nearly the same level of Brazilians in general, which is 95% […]

Information Technology in Brazil: Computer reached 45% of Brazilian households in 2011 0

Information Technology in Brazil: Computer reached 45% of Brazilian households in 2011

Internet access was present in 38% of homes last year, an increase from 27% in 2010 […]

Internet in Brazil: 33% of Brazilians have Internet access at home 0

Internet in Brazil: 33% of Brazilians have Internet access at home

Brazil is currently ranked 63rd in the world ranking of 154 countries. In Sweden, 97% of households have Internet access […]

Internet in Brazil: more smartphones than France and Germany, says study 0

Internet in Brazil: more smartphones than France and Germany, says study

Brazil has 27 million users of these, 42% access the web daily. Of those accessing the web, 80% access social networks on their device […]