Delhi, Sao Paolo least connected cities, London top

Tuesday 20 June 2017 | 10:49 CET | News
About 1.75 billion citizens in the world's eight richest countries (by GDP) remain unconnected - with 34 percent residing in major urban centres, according to a new study by the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA), undertaken by IHS Markit to mark World Wi-Fi Day. Delhi and Sao Paulo have the largest number of unconnected citizens. Around 29 percent (5.331 million) of the population of Delhi are unconnected and 36 percent in Sao Paolo (4.349 million). London is the most connected city, with just 7 percent of citizens unconnected (625,336).

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Wireless Broadband Alliance
Countries: World
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