Gen Y and Z lead climbing online hours in surveyAverage daily internet use jumped up to 10.22 hours last year. The survey showed the LGBT segment spent an average of 11.20 hours per day on the internet, more than the 10.25 hours spent by males and 10.17 hours by females in the overall sample population. This is the first time online payment entered the top five online activities. When considering online activity growth over 2018-19, food delivery showed the strongest growth of 15.1%, followed by online payment (11.4%), delivery service (11%) and music and movie consumption (10.5%). For communication channels, Line ranked first with 98.5%, trailed by Facebook Messenger (89.9%), FaceTime (13.7%) and WhatsApp (7.8%).
Source: Bangkok Post March 30, 2020 10:52 UTC