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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Total teledensity reached 77.2 percent at the end of March, 2019 compared to 74.1 percent at the end of last fiscal year 2017-18.
He said according to Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), 75% cellular teledensity in Pakistan gives the hope of reaching inclusions milestones sooner than later.
Minsiter said according to Pakistan Telecom Authority (PTA), 75% cellular teledensity in Pakistan gives the hope of reaching inclusions milestones sooner than later.
With the focus to enhance the momentum of teledensity growth in the rural areas of Pakistan, the prime minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, announced the launch of cellular services during his visit to the area in November, 2018.
A survey conducted by LirneAsia, a Sri Lanka based think-tank, in 2000 households among a sample population aged between 15-65 years revealed evidence contrary to the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority's (PTA) claims of high teledensity in the country.
56 million by the end of August 2018 with teledensity of 28.
The PTA claims that the cellular teledensity in Pakistan is roughly 73% - the number of cellular subscribers divided by the total population.
It also revealed that teledensity rose by 143 in May to 11,609 as against 11,466 in April.
The overall teledensity in India increased from 89.90 at the end of December 2016 to 91.90 at the end of December 2017 at the growth rate of 2.22%.
Pakistan itself, as a market for people centric mobile based applications and products is ready for the next level of development with state-of-the-art and ubiquitous connectivity structure through fixed and mobile networks having a teledensity of more than 71% which is increasing every month.
Pakistan itself as a market for people centric mobile based applications and products is ready for the next level of development with state-of-the-art and ubiquitous connectivity structure through fixed and mobile networks having a teledensity of more than 71% which is increasing every month.
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 24.48 percent.