Using Mobile Data? 80% Swallowed by Adverts


Ads milling across the internet is quite annoying. In addition to losing sensation in enjoying content in cyberspace, ads that are too massive it can also damage the aesthetics of the layout of a website.

But not only that factor alone know what makes advertising an enemy to some people on the internet. It turned out that the ad is also proven to suck internet quota significantly . therefore, continue reading this article until the end to find out how significant the quota ads may seize you and how tips to mitigate them.

Quota Internet Advertising Can Suck Up to 79%

An analysis conducted by Enders Analyisis claiming that the ad had been perched on news websites have a considerable impact on the depletion quota of internet users.

They perform small-scale experiments to test eight popular news website using a browser that mimics the browser of the iPhone 6 . The study tried loading a website when no Ad-Blocker , with Ad-Blocker, and with Ad-Blocker following JavaScript is turned off.

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We can see that the website along with a cargo of advertising will create a load on the site longer and also requires a larger quota. The estimates reaching 18% to 79% higher , as compared to when the website was loaded when the Ad-Blocker on. So now you already know right where the quota you wasted?

Not Just a Website, Games also seize Quota

A telecommunications company based in Israel that Shine also has a statement that is not much different from Enders Analysis . They even tested the use of quotas to a game in which to show ads.

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The result was beyond expectations. During the exercise of the game, the game can absorb up to 5MB of data only for about an ad . When the ad was discontinued using Ad-Blocker, it is known that the game even requires only 50KB in size only to communicate between applications with the server.

Shine judging that the savings of Internet data is important considering the impact on the two sides, both the user side and the provider side of telecommunications facilities.