Mobile web booming in Africa


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Africa has seen massive growth in mobile use in the last year, according to the stats coming out of Opera (mobile web browser). Coming off a low base, Sudan tops the charts with a whopping 4645% growth (page views). Ghana also has an admirable 916% growth (page views). Kenya leads viewer growth – each user browsing an average of 639 pages every month. That’s a lot of viewing!

Facebook and Google are the top ranked sites in the top twelve countries in Africa – South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Egypt, Ghana, Sudan, Libya, Tanzania, Ivory Coast, Namibia, Mozambique and Mauritius.

Overall page views in Africa increased by 182%; the number of unique users increased by 124% and the amount of data transferred increased by 160%, in the last year.

These stats speak volumes about the massive uptake of mobile browsing in Africa over the last year.

See more details about South Africa

More details about Nigeria

More details about Kenya

Latest about Opera’s research here.

More useful data about African countries mobile profiles can be found athttp://mobileactive.org/mobiledata

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