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Japan leads for mobile VoIP use among seven Arbitron smartphone panels in North America, Europe and Asia

Heaviest use of mobile VoIP among Japanese and Indonesian panelists contrasts with their lighter use of cellular network voice calling

COLUMBIA, Md., Feb. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Japanese smartphone panelists are the predominant users of Voice over IP (VoIP) applications on mobile devices, according to the latest updates by Arbitron Mobile for its smartphone measurement services in seven countries around the world.

Almost 70 percent of the smartphone panelists in Japan accessed VoIP apps during the month of January, spending six hours and 25 minutes with these multi-faceted voice and messaging apps. The Arbitron Mobile on-device software meter reported that VoIP users in the Japan smartphone panel accessed their VoIP apps an average of 222 times in the month, three times more than panelists in Indonesia, who at 65.9 sessions per month are the second most active users of VoIP apps across the seven Arbitron Mobile-based smartphone panels.

41 percent of Indonesia panelists use VoIP apps on their mobile devices, spending an average of 2 hours and 15 minutes a month.

China panelists are the least active users of VoIP apps. Only 16.4 percent of the China smartphone panel (operated by iResearch) accessed any VoIP apps in the month of January.

 

Panel

VoIP User %

VoIP Time Spent

(minutes per month)

Sessions/Month

Japan

68.2%

386.5

222.4

Indonesia

40.9%

134.9

65.9

United Kingdom

22.1%

79.2

35.1

United States

16.5%

77.6

35.6

Germany

27.0%

68.1

31.8

France

17.4%

65.2

34.3

China

16.4%

26.6

27.2

Arbitron Mobile Trends Panels Service, Persons 18+, January 2013
iResearch Consulting China smartphone panel, Persons 18+, January 2013

Mobile VoIP use versus carrier-based voice calling

Japanese smartphone panelists, the heaviest users of mobile VoIP, spend the least amount of time—1 hour, 36 minutes in the month—and have the fewest sessions—57.8 in the month—for carrier-based voice calls. Indonesian panelists, the second heaviest users of VoIP are the second lightest user of their carrier calling minutes.           

 

Panel

VoIP Time Spent

(minutes per month)

Voice Call Time Spent

(minutes per month)

Japan

386.5

96.3

Indonesia

134.9

109.0

United Kingdom

79.2

242.3

United States

77.6

460.6

Germany

68.1

167.8

France

65.2

298.4

China

26.6

225.6

Arbitron Mobile Trends Panels Service, Persons 18+, January 2013
iResearch Consulting China smartphone panel, Persons 18+, January 2013

Leading VoIP apps by country panel

Three VoIP apps occupy the leading position among Arbitron smartphone panelists around the world. Skype predominates in U.S. and Europe; LINE leads in Japan and Indonesia; and Youxin is the leader in a crowded field of VoIP apps in China.

 

Panel

VoIP
Apps

App User %

 App Time Spent

(minutes per month)

Number of

Sessions/Month

Japan

LINE

64.2%

392.3

225.7

Indonesia

LINE

27.6%

156.0

79.7

United Kingdom

Skype

14.4%

52.9

23.9

United States

Skype

11.5%

64.1

22.5

Germany

Skype

17.1%

53.1

23.1

France

Skype

12.8%

44.5

19.1

China

Youxin

4.7%

16.5

21.4

Arbitron Mobile Trends Panels Service, Persons 18+, January 2013
iResearch Consulting China smartphone panel, Persons 18+, January 2013

In the China smartphone panel, which has the lowest penetration of VoIP access—16.4 percent—there are ten VoIP apps that see monthly access by one percent or more of the panel. In the six other country panels, VoIP access is concentrated between two to four apps.

About iResearch Consulting

iResearch Consulting, founded 2002, is the leading consulting and media measurement company in the Internet industry in China. With more than 200 employees, iResearch, headquartered in Shanghai, has been at the forefront of Chinese Internet measurements and operates a currency Internet audience rating service for China.

About Arbitron Mobile

Arbitron Mobile Oy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Arbitron Inc., uses a proprietary, on-device software meter to provide marketers, the media, content providers, app developers, and wireless access suppliers with information on how mobile consumers use apps, surf the web, engage in social media, participate in e-commerce, and employ their devices to communicate.

For more information, contact: [email protected].

About Arbitron

Arbitron Inc. (NYSE: ARB) is an international media and marketing research firm serving the media–radio, television, cable and out-of-home; the mobile industry as well as advertising agencies and advertisers around the world.

For more information: www.arbitron.com.

SOURCE Arbitron Inc.

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