Cell Phone Users Barely Surpassed The World’s Population

mobile phones users Cell Phone Users Barely Surpassed The Worlds PopulationEarth is now inhabited by 7 billion people. And it is not impossible if the current number of mobile phones in the world will exceed the number of users. Since the majority already have a phone.

According to data from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), about 86 out of 100 people has at least one mobile phone, with a total of 6 billion customers by the end of 2011.

For example, China alone accounted for 1 billion users, followed by India is expected to achieve the same amount in the coming months. Not surprising, since both countries have a population half the world’s human population. So the overall mobile phone users in the two countries reached two billion customers.

Another report from the UN Telecom said there were a total of 2.3 billion people, or about one-third are estimated to internet users. But there are significant differences between countries classified as developed and developing countries. ITU (International Telecommunication Union) noted that 70 percent of internet users from developed countries, while the poor countries and developing just 24 percent.

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