More Internet Users in Dominican Republic

Up to January of this year, the number of Internet users in the country reached 6.9 million, 7% more than in the same month of 2018, and the service reaches 64% of the population.

Friday, August 30, 2019

According to the report "Digital 2019: Global Internet Use Accelerates", between January 2018 and the same month of 2019 the number of Internet users went from 6.4 million to 6.9 million.

You may be interested in "Cell Phones: $1.2 Billion in Business in 2018 review that "... In January 2018 the largest Internet data traffic was from laptops and PCs, with 57%. From cellular devices, 39% were produced and tablets, which are decreasing, represented 4%."

Also see "Which are the favorite Cell Phone brands in Central America?

The article adds that "... The Hootsuite study indicates that of the 10.9 million inhabitants of the Dominican Republic, 78%, equivalent to 8.53 million people, have at least one mobile phone and of that number, 77.8% have access to the Internet through their device.

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