In 2017, Argentinians spent 203 minutes per day with mobile internet, up from 155 minutes one year earlier.
BUENOS AIRES: Argentina is the third most highly engaged social networking market in the world, with online users spending an average of 9.1 hours per month on social media according to new research.
Overall, more than nine out of ten internet users in Argentina were on social media as of January 2020.
Leading social media platforms in Argentina as of 3rd quarter 2018.
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In 2019, approximately 81 percent of the population in Latin America over the age of 15 used social networks. … In terms of preference of use, about half of social interactions on the web in Argentina that year were carried out on Facebook, while 43 percent of them took place on Instagram.
Does Argentina have Internet?
In 2021, the South American country had approximately 36.06 million internet users. That year, internet penetration in Argentina amounted to 70 percent of the population.
Number of internet users in Argentina from 2017 to 2026 (in millions)
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How fast is the Internet in Argentina?
Argentina: internet download speed 2016-2019
From May 2018 to May 2019, broadband internet in Argentina averaged a download speed of 2.83 Mbps, down from 3.18 Mbps the previous year. Meanwhile, as of May 2019, Chile had reached an average speed of 3.89 Mbps.
The Philippines is followed by Brazil (3 hours and 43 minutes) and Argentina (3 hours and 32 minutes). The United States, where many of these social media players were founded, is among the bottom half at an average 2 hours and 6 seconds per day.
Currently, the country with the most time spent on social media per day is the Philippines, with online users spending an average of three hours and 53 minute on social media each day. In comparison, the daily time spent with social media in the U.S. was just two hours and three minutes.
According to a survey from June 2020, more than 46 percent of young social media users in Japan who were aged between 17 to 19 years old spent between one to three hours per day on social media. More than eight percent were using social media for more than six hours every day.
Networks vary in popularity with different demographics and they’re still evolving. Research by Global WebIndex that we reference in this article shows that globally, 57.6% of the world’s population uses social media. The average daily usage is 2 hours and 27 minutes (October 2021).