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Country or AreaYearValue 
South Africa201449 
South Africa201346.5 
South Africa201241 
South Africa201133.971
South Africa201024 
South Africa200910 
South Africa20088.43 
South Africa20078.06537517355504 
South Africa20067.60713967477381 
South Africa20057.48854252992921 
South Africa20048.4251186825406 
South Africa20037.00769172611251 
South Africa20026.71032243705404 
South Africa20016.34661931839768 
South Africa20005.34855973203537 
South Africa19994.1162495827774 
South Africa19982.90622086677142 
South Africa19971.63209379074114 
South Africa19960.841882931174553 
South Africa19950.676740104246979 
South Africa19940.246905532955469 
South Africa19930.113747183840903 
South Africa19920.038869105953555 
South Africa19910.0132835914197882 
South Africa19900 

Footnotes

1 - Population age 5+.
Source

World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Database

Source:  International Telecommunications Union

ITU's World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Database is the main source of global, and internationally comparable, telecommunication/ICT statistics. It includes time series for more than 140 indicators and around 200 economies. The data are collected directly from telecommunication regulatory agencies and/or ministries and national statistical offices by means of an annual questionnaire, and subsequently verified, harmonized and complemented by ITU.

The data are disseminated online, via CD Rom and through numerous ITU publications, including the Yearbook of Statistics and the Measuring the Information Society Report. The statistics are used to track and benchmark the Information Society, to monitor the digital divide and to identify market potential and investment opportunities. They are an indispensable tool for policy makers in the area of ICT for development.

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