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Going Global: Payment Insights to Achieve Growth at Scale, 2018 | Mastercard

The new digital era has witnessed a revolution in payments, transforming both how consumers make purchases as well as the opportunities available to retailers. In the same context, E-Wallets and other smartphone methods of payment are gaining market share year-over-year, but in all markets, card and bank transfers are still hugely popular. Read the below …

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Instant Messengers Are Accessed 100% Via Mobile Devices in India & UK, 2018 | ComScore

The share of total minutes between desktop and mobile devices reveal global trends, but can also unlock local preferences and nuances. The instant messenger category is 100% percent accessed by mobile users in UK & India, while the social networking platforms are accessed in the UK via desktop devices compared to India. The health category is significantly less mobile …

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Women Globally Are More Likely Than Men to Receive Unwanted Calls, 2018 | Truecaller

A recent study conducted by Truecaller revealed that women around the world receive more spam calls than men and also they block 19% more unwanted calls than men. In some countries (e.g. India, Nigeria, Morocco, Kenya, Sri Lanka, Jordan and Ghana) men receive more spam calls than women but women are more likely to take …

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India Leads All the 20 Countries Affected by Spam Calls in 2017 | Truecaller

India holds the first line of most countries affected by spam calls in 2017 with a Truecaller user receiving an average of 22.6 spam calls per month. Operator calls grabbed more than half of spam calls in India (54%), followed by nuisance calls with a rate of 20% and then telemarketing calls with 13%. Financial …

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Males in India Are Heavier Gamers Than Females: 87% Vs. 13%, 2017 | KPMG & Google

Heavy gamers in India are considered as the gamers who spend more than 30 minutes/month on online gaming. 66% of them are below 24 years old, while 16% are between 25 & 30 years old. 87% of them are males and only 13% are females. 88% of those heavy gamers prefer using mobile devices for …

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Online Gamers in India Aged >24 Years Have 5 Games on Their Mobiles on Average, 2017 | KPMG & Google

Online gamers in India who aged below 24 years have an average of 5 games on their mobile phones. Action games are played by nearly half of them. Online gamers who are older (25-34 years) have an average of 4 games on their mobile phones and more than 50% of them prefers to play puzzle …

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Online Gamers in India Spend Most of Their Time on Gaming & Communication, 2017 | KPMG & Google

Online gamers in India spend 33% of their time on online gaming which equals 800 MB per month of data consumption. This is followed by 16% of their spent time on chatting & voice over IP (VoIP), 15% spent on online browsing and 11% spent on other activities such as app store browsing, news, downloader, mobile …

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Online Education in India 2021, May 2017 | KPMG & Google

The online education market in India is estimated to witness an 8x growth over the next 5 years to reach the $1.96 billion and around 9.6 million users by 2021. Online searches for education also have been increased by a two-fold and a three-fold in searches from a mobile device over the last two years. …

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Truecaller Insights: The Top 20 Countries Affected by Spam Calls, July 2017 | Truecaller

Scam calls – which seeks to steal the recipient’s money or personal information – and spam calls – which are unwanted communication with sales goal – are have been on the rise ever since the advent of mobile phones. But nowadays you can fight against the spams thanks to the Truecaller app which filters out the unwanted …

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Mobile Phones Are the Primary Devices Preferred by Online Gamers in India, 2016 | KPMG & Google

85% of online gamers in India – who surveyed – reported that they prefer using mobile phones for playing games, compared to a rate of 11% went to PCs & laptops and only 4% went to favor the tablets. Larger screen size in low-cost, the increased compatibility of games with mobile screens and mobility factors are the main 3 reasons …

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