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Peru
Internet Usage and Market Report


Peru Internet Usage Statistics:
18,000,000 Internet users as of March/2017, 56.0% of the population, according to Osiptel.

Latest Population Estimate:
32,166,473 population for 2017, according to United Nations Population Department.

Gross National Income:
GNI per capita is US$ 6,410 (2015) according to World Bank.

Peru Country Size:
1,285,216 sq km - Population density is 25 persons per sq km.



Internet Growth and Population Statistics:

YEAR

Population

Internet Users

% Pen.

GNI p.c.

Usage Source

2000

25,726,000

2,500,000

9.7 %

$ 2,100

ITU

2005

28,032,047

4,570,000

16.3 %

$ 2,360

C.I.Almanac

2007

28,920,965

6,100,000

21.1 %

$ 2,360

Osiptel

2008

29,180,899

7,636,400

26.2 %

$ 3,450

ITU

2016

30,741,062

18,000,000

58.6 %

$ 6,410

ITU

2017

32,166,473

18,000,000

56.0 %

$ 6,410

ITU

Note: GNI is Gross National Income per capita, and corresponds to
World Bank data for the years 2000 to 2016 in US dollars.



Peru Search Engines:

Adonde - Peru
Peruvian Search Engine and Directory.

Peru Search Engines
Listing of Peruvian SE and Directories.

Peru Local Time and Dialing Code:
Peruvian local time and weather.

Peru News in English:
Living in Peru, Peru this week.

Peruvian US Tourist Information:
Peru Country Embassy Information



Peru Internet Usage and Broadband:

Peru Broadband and Digital Media Market Overview, Statistics and Analysis
Broadband subscriber penetration in Peru, at about 6%, is considerably lower than the Latin American average. This result is surprising considering that in the days of dial-up internet access internet user was remarkably high. Individuals, businesses, are keen internet advocates, while the government has for long encouraged the development of the sector. There are several reasons for the shortcoming. Besides the obvious barriers such as poverty, limited levels of literacy, low computer penetration, and rugged topography. Perhaps the biggest problem is the lack of competition, which has made broadband in Peru one of the slowest and most expensive in the region. More information on the report

Peru - Key Statistics, Telecom Market and Regulatory Overviews
This report provides a comprehensive overview of trends and developments in Peru's telecommunications market. The report analyses the mobile, internet, broadband, digital TV and converging media sectors. More information here

Peru Telecommunications - Infrastructure, Operators, Regulations, Statistics and Analysis This report provides an overview of Peru's telecom infrastructure, together with profiles of the major fixed-line operators. It includes a wide range of relevant statistics and analyses. See table of contents.

Latin America - Fixed Broadband Market, Statistics and Analysis
This report covers developments in the Broadband markets of Latin America. The countries covered in this report include: Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela. More information on the report


Peru Country Profile:

Peru Profile by the BBC

World Bank News on Peru

CIA Factbook on Peru

Lanic - Peru
Site with links about Peru, maintained by
the University of Texas at Austin.

Wikipedia about Peru
History, politics, geography, economy and demographics of Peru.

Internet Usage in Peru

Peru's National Statistics Institute (INEI) released on Thursday the results of a study called "Information and Communications Technology in Households". The study, which was carried out in the first trimester of 2008, revealed that the majority of Peruvians accessed the World Wide Web by going to internet cafes. INEI's study showed that almost 75 percent of the Andean country's residents accessed the Web by going to internet booths, while only 16.9 percent of users had an internet connection in their home. Furthermore, it was reported that only 12.5 percent of Peruvians had access to the Internet at work while just 3.7 percent of the population cold log onto the web at a school. The study revealed that 41.9 percent of Lima had access to the Internet while only 6.2 percent of rural areas could log onto the Web. According to INEI, the number of homes with internet access increased 3.1 percent to 15.5 in the past year. In addition to information on Internet use in Peru, the survey showed the cellular phone penetration rate in the country. The number of cellular phone users in Peru increased 15.6 percent to 51.5 percent in the past year. The use of mobile phones in Lima jumped to 73 percent when compared to last year. Today it is 110%.


Keep tuned, new statistics, figures and updates become available all the time. Latin American Telecommunications Reports.

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