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The paper shows that this motivation propels seniors to use the internet as much as any other age group, a factor that opens up a huge potential consumer base for companies seeking to grow revenues amid a saturated consumer electronics market.
Often companies focus their propaganda on millennials, mainly losing the vast market share that involves the elderly. Seniors, in fact, have more money and are more willing to spend on products and services than the younger population.
A Pew report released in May found that about 42 percent of adults aged 65 and older report owning a smartphone. This use had increased significantly since 2013 when a survey revealed that just 18 percent of seniors owned the devices.
Alongside this surge in iPhone and Android ownership, internet use and home broadband adoption have skyrocketed, according to the report. In the study, 67 percent of seniors told researchers that they use the internet, representing a 55-percentage-point increase in the past two decades. Meanwhile, half of older Americans have broadband at home.