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Country or AreaYearValue 
Russia201470.521
Russia201367.971
Russia201263.8 
Russia201149 
Russia2010432
Russia2009293
Russia200826.83 
Russia200724.66 
Russia200618.0232774617216 
Russia200515.2266731976522 
Russia200412.8593889008473 
Russia20038.29886061553908 
Russia20024.12827181796644 
Russia20012.94436778664985 
Russia20001.97723010897647 
Russia19991.01898461403203 
Russia19980.812744450672325 
Russia19970.4729637629624 
Russia19960.269752929717445 
Russia19950.148151042331137 
Russia19940.053817492719435 
Russia19930.0134472378929609 
Russia19920.000672532173956015 
Russia19900 

Footnotes

1 - Individuals aged 15 to 72 years.
2 - Population age 16-74.
3 - Population age less tan 74.
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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