4.2 billion people are still offline
For the majority of the world, “Googling” and “Facebooking” are not second nature.
There are currently 4.2 billion people — 57% of the world — who are still offline on a regular basis, according to the United Nations Broadband Commission. Overall growth in internet access is expected to slump down from 8.6% in 2014 to 8.1% in 2015.
How’s that possible when every teenager is texting at the dinner table and colleagues communicate through IM even when they’re across the room?
Around 70% of mobile and fixed subscriptions are concentrated in these two regions: Asia-Pacific and the Americas.
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Source News: CNN