Report: Now Third Of World’s Population Access Mobile Phone

Posted on Jul 18 2012 - 10:54am by CONTRIBUTOR

Editor’s NoteGuest Author Himanshu Madhan is a technology enthusiast interested in analysing and reporting about different technologies.

An interesting discussion takes place in Washington yesterday on points of human and economic development opportunities through mobile communication. As we know that business development totally depend on immediately transformation of presentation through mobile communication these days, 75% of world’s denizen (population) now have work through mobile and settled their emergency plan.

A study from World Bank and InfoDev use is incremented and the subscription has rapidly touches the top of sky to over the past 12 years. The major fact comes in front of us is: less than 1 billion mobile subscriptions were active in 2000, while there are six billion subscriptions active today, even last year alone, mobile users downloaded more than 30 billion apps.

“Mobile communication offer major opportunities to advance human and economic development – from providing basic access to health information to making cash payments, spuming job creation , and stimulating citizen involvement in democratic processes,” said World Bank Vice President for Sustainable Development Rachel Kyte. “The challenge now is to enable people, business, and governments is developing countries to develop their own locally- relevant mobile application so they can take full advantages of these opportunities.”

Further, if we look the Information and Communication for Development 2012, we will be shock to see detailed subscription because more than 30 billion mobile applications were downloaded through different medium following to price comparison tool.

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