Get the best SIM only deal to see every minute of World Cup 2018technicalstudio | June 11, 2018 | 0 | Mobiles
The World Cup is all set to, ahem, kick-off and already the chat has begun about how challenging it could be to watch on the go. No, we’re not referring to streaming issues from connection or device speeds. For once this issue could be down to how much data you have.
According to a new study by smartphone retailer Fonehouse, Russia 2018 could cost you a whopping 28.8GB of your data allowance to watch all the games on the move. Since lots of games are at awkward work times, the company decided to find out just how much data games viewed exclusively on your smartphone would take up.
In a rather sobering judgement the research takes into account that England may be out of the World Cup in the earlier stages, meaning it could cost UK fans a meagre 1.8GB of data to catch all the England games – Fonehouse reckons they’ll crash out in the last 16.
Based on survival expectations, the likes of Saudi Arabia, Sweden and, yes the hosts, Russia could use the least data since they are expected to go out after their three group matches. That would mean around just 1.3GB of data is needed to keep an eye on these nations’ efforts.
This article was sourced fromTechRadar