A new report has found that the average smartphone user spends almost three hours a day on the web, spending an average of $18 per day on websites, per device.
That means a $50 purchase on Amazon could cost you an extra $50 in return.
To put this in perspective, a $20 purchase on the Apple Store in New York City costs you about $30.
And the average American spends more than $4,000 on online advertising every year.
But according to a new report by research firm Gartner, you don’t have to go out of your way to spend more time on the internet.
Gartners found that a user who spends $50 a day online on the company’s platform spends $16.50 per hour.
This is a $1,200 savings when you factor in that a typical smartphone user would spend more than a $40 per day browsing the web.
A typical user also spends about 3.4 hours a week in social media, the report found.
To make matters worse, the average user spends less than three hours on desktop browsing each day, and nearly five hours per day in emailing.
The average consumer spends more time per day online, according to the study.
The study also found that consumers spend more on mobile devices than desktop computers.
In a study conducted in 2014, Gartning found that users spent an average $35 per month on mobile phones.
That’s an extra 20 percent on average per year, and consumers spend nearly $2,000 per year on mobile, the study found.
The report also found users spend more per hour on video chatting on the mobile platform, which is also a $4.70 per hour cost.
While there’s no guarantee that spending time on these platforms will actually save you money, you should still take a look at them as an investment to ensure you’re not spending more than you need.
The good news is that the report shows that consumers don’t spend nearly as much on the apps and games that come with their smartphones, but if you’re looking to cut the cord on a smartphone, there’s a better option than watching TV on your tablet.