teledensity

teledensity

The number of landline telephones in use for every 100 individuals living within an area. A teledensity greater than 100 means there are more telephones than people. Third-world countries may have a teledensity of less than 10.
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ISLAMABAD -- The cellular subscribers have been reached 145 million with teledensity of 71.
ISLAMABAD:The cellular subscribers have been reached 145 million with teledensity of 71.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has seen a dramatic increase in mobile broadband penetration over the past five years as Mobile broadband subscriber reached 50 billion with teledensity of 24.
This represents a household teledensity of around 31.
24 -- The current level of rural teledensity in India stands at 48.
The teledensity in cellular phone sector has hit 73.
It may be noted that in March 2007, rural teledensity was about six percent and total teledensity was about 18 percent.
Karachi -- Teledensity in Pakistan crossed the 70 percent mark by end of February 2012 mainly on the growing subscriptions of cellular mobile phone companies in urban and rural areas of the country, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) stats revealed.
Motorola has selected Eden Rock Communications, a leading innovator of 4G wireless Self Organizing Network solution, as a system integrator for delivering its WiMAX end-to-end (E2E) low teledensity solutions.
Teledensity is the number of telephones per 100 people in a region:
ITU Asia-Pacific Telecommunication Indicators, released by ITU to coincide with ITU TELEcom Asia 2002, reports that as a global player the Asia-Pacific region distinguishes itself not only in size of its telecommunication market and growth in teledensity but also in technology deployment, and the innovative and flexible nature of its policy models.