3.2 miliardeluni, octombrie 22nd, 2012
In its new report, published on October 18th, the GSMA takes a crack at it. Its research, spanning three years and 39 countries, suggests that 3.2 billion people, or 46% of the world’s total population of 7 billion, have at least one active mobile (cellular) device. That translates to an average of 1.85 SIM cards per user.
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