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14% Of India’s 504 Million Active Internet Users In 5-11 Age Group: IAMAI

New Delhi: India has 504 million lively Web customers, out of which about 14 per cent are within the age bracket of 5-11 years, in line with a brand new report from the Web and Cellular Affiliation of India (IAMAI).

As of November 2019, 433 million lively Web customers in India are of the age of 12+ years previous and 71 million are within the age bracket of 5-11 years who entry the Web on the units of relations, in line with the report titled “Digital in India” which is ready to be launched this week.

Based mostly on knowledge from the Indian Readership Survey (IRS) 2019, the analysis additionally discovered that just about 70 per cent of the lively Web inhabitants in India is each day customers.

“While nine out of 10 Internet users in urban India access the Internet at least once a week, in rural India, there is an addition of 30 million new users who access the internet daily compared to March 2019,” mentioned IAMAI.

In India, near a 3rd of customers entry the Web for a couple of hour throughout Sundays/holidays versus a standard working day.

The time spent on the Web continues to be greater in city India in comparison with rural India.

In response to the report, with higher connectivity, high quality of service, and affordability of cell Web, there might be a rise in rural customers spending extra time on the web in future.

Curiously, the report discovered that 26 million new feminine Web customers had been added by November 2019 which is a 21 per cent enhance in comparison with that of 9 per cent enhance in male customers.

Whereas the proportion of male Web customers in rural India is greater than double than feminine web customers, nonetheless, utilization of Web amongst females in rural India is rising at a quick clip with 31 per cent enhance in Web inhabitants in November 2019 in comparison with March 2019.

The analysis confirmed that cell continues to stay the system of alternative for accessing Web in each city and rural areas.

(IANS)

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