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Almost half of world's population has no access to Internet

The highest percent of internet users stands in Europe (82.5%), the least in Africa (28.2%)
15:08, 6 November 2019

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Only 4.1 billion people in the world have internet connection, the UN International Telecommunication Union reports such information.

The number of Internet users increased by 5.3% in 2019. Actually, 25.8% of the Earth population used the internet in 2009, and already 53.6% in 2019.

The highest percent of internet users stands in Europe (82.5%), the least in Africa (28.2%). Ukraine was not presented in the report.

About 3.6 billion people are still without an internet connection.  Most of them live in less developed countries.

Nearly 48% of women use the Internet in the world, and about 58% of men.  The largest discrepancies between these indicators are in Africa, Arab countries and Pacific Rim.

As we reported early, that Swedish manufacturer of telecommunication facility and one of Ukraine's cell operators going to test 5G in Ukraine already by the end of the year.

On May 26, 60 Musk's satellites were launched over Ukraine. They were launched into space for a global Internet project. The fifth Falcon 9 rocket - fifth one over the year so far - took flight on May 23, sending 60 Internet-beaming satellites into space.

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