I've found that mobile web sites are becoming less and less tolerable due to the over abundance of ads, and their ad techniques are becoming more stealthy for clicks.
Waiting for ads to load on an ad server slows down page load times. I just give up waiting for a page to finish loading and I move on. This kills the time I would have spent on a web site which is bad for the webmaster.
Trying to watch a 1 minute video clip that take a long time to preload a 30 second ad gives me enough time to just click back or move on. Ads are also loud and obnoxious while I'm sitting quietly and peaceful. Again this is bad for the webmaster who loses my eyes.
Ad masters have found that loading up ads with "Next" page buttons tricking me into accidentally clicking their ads as they get paid per click is also obnoxious. The webmasters also appear to place the next button so close or sometimes on nearly on top of ads so fat fingers like mine will accidentally click their ads so they can receive a paid click. If the click accidentally open a link to an app install also slows down my cell phone. I just move on.
My favourite of them all, how the "Next" page button is just below an ad and magically just as I'm about to click the page moves downwards so I accidentally click an ad. Even just slightly moving my finger close to my screen makes the page pull down automatically causing displacing the next button. I just learn to avoid that web site and again the webmaster is losing my eyes.
That's my experience. Mobile web sites are becoming less and less usable for me, and adblocker would fix all of those problems if it were available on mobile.