Internet Used By 3.2 Billion People In 2015


keyboard-internet-computerNearly half of the global population will be using the internet by the end of this year, according to a new report. 

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a United Nations body, predicts that 3.2 billion people will be online. The population currently stands at 7.2 billion.

About 2 billion of those will be in the developing world, the report added.

But just 89 million will be in countries such as Somalia and Nepal.

These are part of a group of nations described as “least developed countries” by the United Nations, with a combined population of 940 million.

There will also be more than 7 billion mobile device subscriptions, the ITU said.
It found that 78 out of 100 people in the US and Europe already use mobile broadband, and 69% of the world has 3G coverage – but only 29% of rural areas are served.

Read more at the BBC.

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  1. what a world of tumah this world has become.

    how many of these numbers of people are underage students & others using it for the wrong things? anyone wanna guess? search on google & see the answer for yourself.


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