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Seemingly endless numbers of statistics exist on the subject of African telecommunications. Over the years, governments, ISPs, and consultants have studied a range of metrics in order to gauge the prospects for network development. These numbers can help shape ICT policy, funding, and more. Take caution, however: many statistics are outdated (many by more than 3 years). Most resources on this page are from 2008-present and are sorted by order of date added to the site.

In general, Africa’s Internet penetration rate is often cited by the ITU as 20.7% (2015), although this number represents anyone who has used the Internet within the past year. Additionally, this number does not reflect household Internet connections – many Africans access the Internet in public places. Africa’s mobile subscription rate is now over 70% and rapidly growing. However, national and regional differences are substantial.

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Nokia maps tracking world

Just in time for Canada Day,  Esri Canada has created a Canada’s Nation Builders interactive map – an interactive visual means to exploring some of the key figures in Canadian history

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Seemingly endless numbers of statistics exist on the subject of African telecommunications. Over the years, governments, ISPs, and consultants have studied a range of metrics in order to gauge the prospects for network development. These numbers can help shape ICT policy, funding, and more. Take caution, however: many statistics are outdated (many by more than 3 years). Most resources on this page are from 2008-present and are sorted by order of date added to the site.

In general, Africa’s Internet penetration rate is often cited by the ITU as 20.7% (2015), although this number represents anyone who has used the Internet within the past year. Additionally, this number does not reflect household Internet connections – many Africans access the Internet in public places. Africa’s mobile subscription rate is now over 70% and rapidly growing. However, national and regional differences are substantial.

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