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DUBLIN – ()–That “2019 Connected Consumer Survey: Digital Services in Australia and New Zealand” a report was added to offerings.

This report focuses on aspects of the Connected Consumer Survey related to the behavior, preferences and plans of smartphone users in Australia and New Zealand. Specifically, it focuses on respondents’ use of digital services including e-commerce, payment, connected devices, and game services.

This report:

  • discuss major e-commerce trends in Australia and New Zealand, including the types of devices consumers use to purchase goods, the frequency of these payments and the main payment mechanisms for e-commerce and physical commerce

  • giving insights into organizations that consumers in these countries are the most willing to trust their personal data

  • analyze consumer interests and ownership of various connected devices

Key Questions Answered in this Report

  • What are the main payment mechanisms and devices for e-commerce at

  • ANZ and how often are consumers involved in e-commerce?

  • What are the main payment mechanisms for physical purchases and how often are consumers involved in physical trading?

  • Which organizations are consumers in Australia and New Zealand who are most willing to trust their personal data?

  • What is the level of ownership and interest for various connected devices?

  • What proportion of consumers play video games, how often do they do it and what devices do they use?

Survey data coverage

This research was conducted between July and August 2019. Survey groups were chosen to represent the population of mobile internet users in the region. Analysts set quotas on age, sex, and geographical distribution for that effect. There are at least 1000 respondents per country, and 2000 respondents in the region.

Who Should Read This Report

  • Operator-based strategy executives and marketing managers who are interested in understanding consumer market trends, and the changing role of operators as digital service providers.

  • Market intelligence and research executives in service providers who are responsible for understanding end-user trends and supporting business units in identifying and addressing new opportunities in e-commerce, payment and identity management.

  • Equipment / device manufacturers and software providers who want to identify end-user trends in service and device use and help their operator customers better cope with market opportunities in services related to e-commerce and payment.

Main Topics Covered:

  1. Business plan summary

  2. Results and analysis

  3. Panel methodology and information

  4. About the Author

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