Thursday, March 10, 2005

India's teledensity reaches 9%

That's 9 phones between every 100 people. Compare that with 1 phone for every 100 people 10 years ago.
Also notable is that of the total 97.03 million phone connections in India by February end, 51.44 million were mobiles. Thats more than 50%.

The world teledensity average is 15 phones for every 100 people.
China's teledensity is 42 while the US and western Europe is
more than 50%. Another interesting fact is that India's teledensity will more than double to 18% by the end of 2008 and 25% by 2010.

India's neighbor Pakistan has a teledensity of approximately 5%.

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