UNITED NATIONS: Internet users 3 billion by the end of the year
The latest statistics of the Federation of International Communications of the United Nations by the end of this year there will be about three billion Internet users.
With this number is 40% of the Earth's population using the Internet and more than 60% of the total users from developing countries and developed countries, however, is still more than 90% of the total population of developing countries did not contact internet after.
In view of the continents of the world, by the end of this year will be five of the population of Africa and two thirds of the population of the Americas, and 75% of the population of Europe connected to the Internet.
As for the callers through mobile phones, it will bring the number of total users world user to 2.3 billion, more than half of them from the developing countries is the Mobile Internet access rate of spread faster than any other way of the continent of Africa, where faster rate jumped by the use of the Internet through mobile phones from 2% IN 2010 to 20% IN 2014.
Statistical Development also examined the use of cellular lines, which witnessed rapid growth around the world compared to land lines which continued to decline during the past five years and it is expected that the decreasing number of subscribers land lines this year 100 million subscribers for 2009.
We recall here the efforts of major companies and projects such as Google through balloons and Facebook pilotless aircraft for use in the deployment of wireless Internet access around the world, especially in developing countries and remote areas, the fact that there are still more than 4 billion people in the world were not related to the network.