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Country or AreaYearValue 
Zambia201417.34 
Zambia201315.4 
Zambia201213.4682 
Zambia201111.51
Zambia201010 
Zambia20096.31 
Zambia20085.55 
Zambia20074.87 
Zambia20064.15991339393107 
Zambia20052.85175226129009 
Zambia20042.01354953218533 
Zambia20030.980483039426114 
Zambia20020.477750906947484 
Zambia20010.233129556342332 
Zambia20000.191071642503428 
Zambia19990.147053172074171 
Zambia19980.0302261825238258 
Zambia19970.00932965786278686 
Zambia19960.00906917604721776 
Zambia19950.00878362302271039 
Zambia19940.00677610528441347 
Zambia19900 

Footnotes

1 - The methodology used to estimated the figure for 2011 is based on Zambians in formal employment which stand slightly above 500, 000, schools and colleges connected to the internet as well as average number of Citizens that visit cyber cafes. Nevertheless, this figure is not inclusive of mobile internet users as a survey is yet to be done.
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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Last update in UNdata: 2016/01/29
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