This isn’t that much of a surprise, but according to a report by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, iPhone users tend to rake in higher bills than other cellphone users.
Gizmodo breaks it down:
– 60 percent of iPhone users polled spend more than $100 a month on their plans.
– 10 percent spend $200 or more.
– 6 percent spend $50 or less.
– Meanwhile, 12 percent of Android users spend less than $50.
Despite what your feelings are about Apple products, their pricing tends to be on the higher end of the spectrum. It’s possible that some users may be higher-income or opt for pricier data plans. There is also the fact that many iPhone users, and smartphone users in general, tend to eat up a ton of data, especially with those App Store downloads.