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New Report on Vietnamese Online and Mobile Trends

The market research firm, Cimigo, just completed their most recent report on Vietnamese online and mobile trends. The numbers revealed that consumers are becoming increasingly engaged online.

The study included 5,800 people and spanned across 12 cities. Here are some of the highlights:

  • Vietnam’s 31.3 million online users are more than the entire populations of Australia and New Zealand combined.
  • Vietnam has 13,800,000 active Facebook users and 566,239 Linkedin users.
  • 48% of users have accessed the internet via mobile devices.

The full report is quite interesting for those interested in the growth of the online and mobile industries in Vietnam.

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