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How many people in the world have internet access?


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2009-11-10 17:54:54
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1,407,724,920 People, or 21.1% of the world population. See the related link below for more information.


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As of December 2009, 1,802,330,457 people have access to the internet worldwide. in America 225 million people have internet access and there are 250 million online service providers in the us alone

in 1990, 3 million people had access to the internet

Over 67,000,000 people in Brazil have access to the internet. That's approximately 37% of Brazil's population.

As of 2012, 81 percent of households in the US have Internet access. In North America, 273,785,413 people have Internet, which is 79% of the population. Worldwide, only 34.3 percent of the population has Internet access.

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According to, there are 1,733,993,742 internet users in the world. It seems amazing that the Internet was only invented a few years ago, and now over a billion people all over the world use the internet for communication, work, research, and pleasure. This is unbelievable!

According to Internet World Stats, 1,966,514,816 people are connected to the internet.

Yes it does, although not that many people have access to Internet in Sierra Leone.

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There are many answers and opinions to this question so I'll just post one.The Internet is popular because everyone (most people) around the world is able to have access to it.

A broadband network is a form of internet access. It is not a company. Broadband internet access is widely available in many countries around the world.

It is almost impossible to tell how many people in the world are named Brenna. It would be very difficult to gather that kind of data because some areas of the world do not have internet access or do not register births and names.

82% of US households have access to the internet

There are about 7 billion people in the world today. Around 2.5 billion do not have access to a T.V. Around 4.5 billion people do have access to a T.V.

Many people do not have access to the internet themselves. They do not have a computer or any other way of using the internet. When they do want to use it they can go to an internet cafe and use it there. They are also used by people who may be travelling and don't have their computers with them. So basically anyone who cannot access the internet themselves for whatever reason can find an internet cafe and use it.

it might be compared to SERVER, because it is like a spider web that many people can access if they have internet connection.

As of 2014, there are billions of people all over the world sharing information on the Internet. Almost everyone in the world is connected to the Internet now.

People with internet connectivity can access any newspaper that is online.

According to aol, around 3 million people still use dial up internet access. Many of these could be smaller shops though using old chip and pin devices that take a long time.

About 1.2 billion people do not have access to clean water... :( We need to change this stat,, together as a nation to help people around the world!

According to the world internet there are around 1,407,724,920 people that use the internet (information taken on March 30th).

In the U.S estimates generally fall in the 30-35 million range

Using the Internet in developing countries is greatly hampered by the high degree of poverty in developing countries. Not many people can access the Internet because it is expensive.

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