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63% of Homes Spend More on Tech Bills than Utilities

Jan 11th, 2012
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Consumer market research firm iYogi found that 63 percent of consumers are paying almost 35 percent more on technology services per month than they do for basic utilities.

The most money in IT services goes to mobile internet with an average expenditure of $94 for the service and an additional $19 for apps, music and services. U.S. households spend somewhere between $20 and $180 per month on ISP services alone, with the majority (58 percent) paying somewhere between $20 and $60 for their traditional Internet connection such as dial-up, DSL or cable. iYogi also found that online backup services are doing rather well as 30 percent of consumers are spending $10 per month on such a service already.