Verizon Phones Use More Data Than iPhone

According to Validas, a wireless billing vendor, Verizon phones, excluding BlackBerry, use around 421MB per month. And the iPhone pulls an average of 338MB. The biggest users of data from the Verizon network is the Android devices. The Droid X and other similar devices use the most data from the network pulling the most data and over powering the network.

Verizon also has the most power users, twice as much as iPhone users, with each power user using between 500MB to 1GB of data each month. The dedicated data hogs that use 2GB or over are much more abundant on Verizon with them using 4% of their network for the data hogs and Apple behind at 1.6%.