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Over 50% of the world will be online by 2017

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Tuesday 23 September 14

UN Broadband Commission predicts mobile broadband uptake will reach 7.6 billion within five years.

More than half the global population will have access to the Internet by 2017, driven by the rapid adoption of mobile broadband. According to a report published over the weekend by the United Nations Broadband Commission, there were 2.3 billion people online at the end of 2013 and the figure is expected to rise to 2…

More than half the global population will have access to the Internet by 2017, driven by the rapid adoption of mobile broadband. According to a report published over the weekend by the United Nations Broadband Commission, there were 2.3 billion people online at the end of 2013 and the figure is expected to rise to 2…

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