Facebook Jumps to third most visited site on mobile web [India Mobile Report]

Opera has published its State of Mobile Internet report for the month of December 2009 (link) and the top visited sites from India are:

  1. google.com
  2. orkut.com
  3. facebook.com
  4. wikipedia.org
  5. yahoo.com 
  6. youtube.com
  7. songs.pk
  8. zedge.net
  9. cricinfo.com (new)
  10. wap.in

And interestingly, all the top handsets belong to Nokia, topped by Nokia 5130 XpressMusic, followed by Nokia 2700c and N70.

Moreover, it’s important to note that Gmail fell off the top 10 list (and is that because of the pop/new nokia phones are better integrated with gmail pop features)?

State of Mobile Web – India

  • Page-view growth since December 2008: 263.3%
  • Unique-user growth since December 2008: 244.8%
  • Page views per user: 339
  • Data transferred per user (MB): 7
  • Data transferred per page view (KB): 20
  • Gmail fell off the top 10 list, allowing Facebook, Wikipedia, Yahoo!, and YouTube to move up the list.

State of Mobile Web – Southeast Asia

  • Based on opera mini usage, the top 9 countries using Opera Mini in Southeast Asia are: Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Brunei, Singapore, Cambodia and Laos.
  • Growth rates in Southeast Asia: Vietnam and Indonesia lead the top 9 Southeast Asian countries in terms of page-view growth (1,316.4% and 641.9%, respectively). Vietnam and Indonesia also lead the top 9 Southeast Asian countries in growth of unique users (846.9% and 419.7%, respectively). Brunei leads the top 9 Southeast Asian countries in page views per user, with each user browsing 987 pages on average each month.
  • Facebook is now the dominant player in Southeast Asia among mobile-Web users, both in Indonesia — where Friendster has fallen to #5 — and the rest of the region, where Facebook is among the top visited sites in numerous countries.

What’s your take on this report.

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