People in the country are growing more mobile-friendly and are using the internet more, but that does not mean they are using their mobile phones as often.
Data collected by Statista show the average Irish household is using their phones to access the internet at least once every two days, a level that is far higher than the OECD average.
There are also about four times as many people using their computers, according to Statista, and more than one in three people use a smart phone.
In Ireland, the average daily use of a smartphone is now 16 hours, the most of any OECD country.
Data from Statista shows the average smartphone in Ireland is now 10.8kg (27lbs), and is also one of the lowest in the EU, well below the OECD’s average of 12kg (35lbs).
There are currently 4.6 million smartphones in Ireland, compared to the OECD countries of Denmark, France, Italy and Spain.
The Irish population is also more likely to have mobile devices than most other OECD countries.
The average number of mobile devices per household is four, compared with 2.3 for Denmark, 2.4 for Italy and 1.8 for Spain.
In terms of mobile internet usage, in Ireland the average household uses a smartphone once every five minutes, compared as with 1.6 in the OECD.
Data is from Statistix, which shows that the average mobile phone is used on average every two hours in Ireland.
A more detailed breakdown of the figures can be found in the following infographic.