The statistic depicts the number of mobile-cellular subscriptions in Kenya from 2000 to 2020. In 2020, the number of mobile subscriptions in Kenya was at 61.41 million.
How many Kenyans have cell phones?
A study conducted by Pew Research in 2017 found that 80% of adults in Kenya reported owning a mobile phone, with 30% owning a smartphone and 50% owning a basic phone.
What percentage of Kenyans have smartphones?
When it comes to Internet users aged 16 to 64, 99.7% own a smartphone; 14.4% own a feature phone; about 60% have a laptop or desktop computer; and almost 20% have a tablet. Around 14% of those Internet users have a smart watch and 4% have a smart home device.
Where does Kenya rank by number of mobile phones in use?
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How many mobile phones are?
In 2021, the number of mobile devices operating worldwide stood at almost 15 billion, up from just over 14 billion in the previous year. The number of mobile devices is expected to reach 18.22 billion by 2025, an increase of 4.2 billion devices compared to 2020 levels.
How much of Kenya has Internet?
Across the nation, 75 percent of web traffic was generated via smartphones and only 24 percent via PC devices.
Share of internet users in Africa as of December 2020, by country.
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What is the population in Kenya right now?
The current population of Kenya is 55,684,625 as of Monday, February 14, 2022, based on Worldometer elaboration of the latest United Nations data.
When were mobile phones introduced in Kenya?
In Kenya the mobile subscription, penetration and coverage have been growing since the first mobile operators started operating in 1999. The current mobile operators in Kenya are given by Safaricom Ltd, Airtel Networks Kenya Ltd, Essar Telecom Kenya Ltd and Telkom Kenya Ltd (TKL-Orange).
Which country has no mobile phone?
Countries With Lowest Number Of Smartphones Per Capita
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Which African country uses most iphones?
According to DeviceAtlas’ data, Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro had a share of 4.63 percent of the overall smartphone market in South Africa in 2020, which makes it the most popular iPhone model in the country.
Which country use iPhone the most?
Japan ranks as the country with the most number of iPhone users worldwide, earning 70% of the total market share.
How many phones are sold each day?
More than 4.14 million mobile phones are sold every day in the world, of which almost 800,000 are Samsung, a world leader in this sector.
How many iPhones are in the world?
In April 2017, 728 million iPhones were in use worldwide. China is the country where people used the most iPhones, followed by Apple’s home market the United States – at that time, 228 million iPhones were in use in China and 120 million in the U.S.
How many people have an iPhone?
Dediu says that it estimated that there are about 1 billion iPhone users and the number has been rising. According to estimates, there are about 3.8 billion smartphones in the world. iPhone users are about 26% of all smartphone users, claims Dediu.