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Hello and welcome to Internet World Stats, the premier website for international Internet usage statistics, e-commerce market research, internet marketing news, travel stats, world population and world telecommunications information. Here you will find current statistical Internet usage data and population figures for over 251 countries and world regions, consolidated from various periodic surveys and official country user records. This huge amount of information is processed and then published in a unique and practical way, in the form of statistical tables and original graphics.

The notes below provide a brief explanation of the architecture and structure of this website, as
well as its main features. Reading the following notes will save your time navigating and will also
help you to achieve the maximum benefits from your visit to this web site.

DATA is simply the facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis. Stats is an abbreviation for the English word statistics. By statistics, we mean the branch of mathematics dealing with the collection, classification, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of masses of numerical data, in the form of a collection of quantitative data.

The Internet World Stats web site (IWS for short) is a useful tool for Internet market research. It is divided into several sections, each one providing specific market research information. Most web pages have content links on the left hand side column and all pages have a user friendly web surfing menu at the bottom of each page. Additionally, a complete website content menu (Site Map) has been included to help you find subjects real fast. Just four (4) simple help recommendations for your fast and easy navigation of the IWS website:
(1) Bookmark this website to find it again. Simply press on your keyboard "control"+"D" (most browsers will open their bookmark window in response).
(2) To see all the content links, just go to the Site Map and the content menu will open in a new window. Click on the link of your interest, or write your query in the Google search box, located at the bottom of the menu.
(3) Please remember to always refresh the web pages you are viewing, in order to assure that you are viewing the latest stats version and display the newest information. At IWS content is updated frequently. We believe that our visitors don't like out-dated information, neither do we. New content pages overwrite the previous content.
(4) A weekly Newsletter is available for you to keep up with the website updates and changes, new Internet stats, and market research topics.
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The World Population and Internet User information is the main demographic content for this web site. It has been collected by our webmaster since 2000 and is displayed in the statistics pages. There are seven individual statistical tables for each of the six main geographical regions of the world (Africa, America, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and Oceania), and a general world summary page called
the big picture.

Additionally, a top Internet usage countries table, a most penetrated countries table, a most populated countries table and a unique table containing Internet usage by languages are included. Other analysis are being added periodically, for example: Facebook usage, Spanish speakers, etc. For information on the sources, definitions, the methodology and details about the data displayed please read the following notes.


Before we can measure or forecast Internet Usage, we must first answer a basic question: Who is an Internet user? Research firms, analysts, consultancies and other sources all disagree on how to answer this seemingly simple question.

The ITU subscribes to the definition of an Internet user as someone aged 2 years old and above, who went online in the past 30 days. The US Department of Commerce, in contrast, defines Internet users as those 3 years or older who 'currently use' the Internet. The CNNIC defines the Internet user as a Chinese citizen, aged 6 or above, who uses the Internet at least one hour per week.

Other market researchers and market research organizations have their own definitions. For example, Nielsen Online in its reports presents two figures for the Internet users: the first is "Active Internet User", which is defined as the number of users that viewed the Internet at least once during the last month, and the other figure is, of course, the total universe estimate of Internet users in a country, region, or city.

We believe that a definition must be as general and as simple as possible. Therefore, for analyzing and comparing Internet users on a global scale, IWS adopts as its benchmark a broad definition and defines an Internet User as anyone currently in capacity to use the Internet. In our opinion, there are only two (2) requirements for a person to be considered an Internet User:
(1) The person must have
available access to an Internet connection point, and
(2) The person must have the
basic knowledge required to use web technology.

That's it. No need to make complex something that is really quite simple. In many Third World countries one same Internet connection may be shared by many individual users. Due to this reason, Internet users generally outnumber the amount of Internet access subscribers and also outnumber the telephone lines available in each country.

The Internet today offers users more options for access, for example: mobile, G2, G3, and so forth. Our definition and stats (statistics) consider ALL the ways a user or a subscriber connects. Internet World Stats numbers represent the "universe" of Internet users in any region, country or territory. These figures are useful for estimating Internet market size at a global, regional or local scale.
In order to establish the relative growth rate of the Internet on a global basis, we compare the current (latest) Internet usage figures for each country or region with the year 2000, our baseline year for Internet usage figures, and express this ratio as a percentage. For information on the Historic Internet Growth data please click here, a new page will open. For the Current Internet World Usage Statistics, visit this page.

The Internet Penetration Rate corresponds to the percentage of the total population of a given country or region that uses the Internet. Internet users are defined in 1.1. No adjustments have been made for infants or illiteracy in the Internet penetration rate calculations. Indeed very few countries have 100% literacy, Norway is one of them. Regarding the children, they are early adopters, when given the chance to surf the Internet.

For countries with penetration rates above 50%, the data will be marked in bold letters in the corresponding pages. The list of the countries with Internet Penetration Rates over 50% may be found
here. At Internet World Stats we support the 50x15 Initiative and invite you to do so also. Read about this important project for the future growth of the Internet at the Digital Divide page.

It is important to point out that Internet usage and population data go hand in hand. In order to determine the Internet Penetration Rate (IPR) for each country and region of the world we require accurate and up-to-date demographic data. As of March 1st, 2017, we will use demographic (population) based on data published by the United Nations (UN), and contained in their excellent website at:
United Nations - Population Division, where you can also find detailed demographic information for the world and for all the countries of the world.

Special note on China: Hong Kong (Xianggang) and Macao (Aomen) are both part of China, but these territories as well as Taiwan are reported separately for Internet Usage Statistical purposes. Therefore the total estimated population for China mainland has been adjusted accordingly in our statistical tables and charts.

Special note on Mexico: For statistical reasons, and following the United Nations Statistical Department, Mexico has been included together with the seven Central American countries. See
United Nations Statistics Division methods and classifications of macro geographical (continental) regions, geographical sub-regions, and selected economic and other groupings. Please take note that Greenland has been included in North America.

Special note on the term: Latin America and the Caribbean: this term is used here in its broad sense and refers to all the geographic part of the Americas south of the United States, and includes English-speaking countries such as Belize, in Central America, Falkland Islands in South America, as well as Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana. For further information on contemporary and traditional usage of the term Latin America, please see
Latin America .

Special note on Country Codes: For practical reasons, and following a logical approach, we use and recommend the use of standardized symbols to identify the various countries. For this purpose, ISO-3166 is the norm we follow, see the
International Organization Statistics Division .
This ISO-standard is used throughout all the IWS website, since its creation in 2001.

The data displayed at Internet World Stats comes from various information sources: mainly from the following
Data Research Sources and the following organizations: The Nielsen Company, from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU). Additional sources are the GfK Group, the CIA Fact Book, local NIC, local ISP, other public such as official Internet regulating agencies, and direct information from trustworthy and reliable research private sources. Nielsen Onlines's data corresponds to the home plus work panel current digital media total universe estimate. For growth comparison purposes, usage stats from ITU for the year 2000 are utilized as "benchmark", when available, as explained above in 1.2.

The Nielsen Company is a global standard for Internet audience measurement and analysis and is the industry's premier source for online advertising intelligence. This service covers 70 percent of the world's Internet usage (previously known as Nielsen//NetRatings) offers syndicated Internet and digital media research reports and custom-tailored data to help companies gain valuable insight into their business. For more information, please visit The Nielsen Company.

International Telecommunications Union (ITU) is an international organization established in 1865, which today is part of the United Nations. For further details and information, please visit their web site at

The Internet usage and population data presented here are the best estimates available, however a reasonable margin of error should be allowed for. Please refer to our
Disclaimer in 1.9.


The ISO 3166-1 English short country names and codes are used in the IWS website.
As of 23 July 2003 the ISO 3166-1 country code elements for Serbia and Montenegro are:

CS (Alpha-2 code)
SCG (Alpha-3 code)
891 (Numeric-3 code)

The code elements YU and YUG representing Yugoslavia are obsolete now, and their use in applications of ISO 3166-1 should be phased out. The deletion of Yugoslavia from ISO 3166-1 also leads to the exclusion of the name in ISO 3166-3. Read about the official ISO country list

1.7 GROSS NATIONAL INCOME (GNI) World Bank Atlas Method

In calculating Gross National Income (GNI—formerly referred to as GNP) and GNI per capita in U.S. dollars for certain operational purposes, the World Bank uses the Atlas conversion factor. The purpose of the Atlas conversion factor is to reduce the impact of exchange rate fluctuations in the cross-country comparison of national incomes.

Following current statistical practice, the World Bank has recently adopted the new terminology in line with the 1993 System of National Accounts (SNA). The changes in terms are listed below.

Previous terminology

New terminology

Gross national product, GNP

Gross national income, GNI

GNP per capita

GNI per capita

Private consumption

Household final consumption expenditure

General government consumption

General government final consumption expenditure

Gross domestic investment

Gross capital formation

Many countries continue to compile their national accounts according to the 1968 SNA, but more and more are adopting the 1993 SNA. A few low-income countries still use concepts from older SNA guidelines, including valuations such as factor cost, in describing major economic aggregates. In general, the definitions under the 1993 SNA guidelines for these indicators remain as before, and only the terminology has changed. Exceptions are: GNI in constant prices, which differs from GNP in that it also includes terms of trade adjustment; and gross capital formation which now includes a third category of capital formation: net acquisition of valuables. Included in gross capital formation under the 1993 SNA are capital outlays on defense establishments that may be used by the general public, such as schools, airfields, and hospitals. These expenses were treated as consumption in the earlier version of the SNA.

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For citing information sources, we recommend following the
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Most of the data in this site comes from independent sources, found displayed freely in the wide world web. Here is a sample of our
information sources. Other data has been investigated and retrieved directly by our staff. All the information has been consolidated by IWS, giving due credit to the corresponding original sources when these are known, and establishing a link back if possible. IWS provides and published the data and displays statistics in good faith but does not guarantee the accuracy or provenience. Likewise IWS is not responsible for the use given to this information. The Internet usage and population data are best estimates available and a reasonable margin of error should be allowed for, as is usual for all statistical work.

In the event that any owner of the information cited or the sources opposes the publication of specific data, please let us know by advising our webmaster. We will promptly remove said data from our web site.

Visitors please take note that for statistical purposes Mexico has been included in the Central American countries statistics, according to the
United Nations Statistics Division methods and classifications of macro geographical (continental) regions, geographical sub-regions, and selected economic and other groupings. Turkey is included in the European statistics.

The designations employed and the presentation of material at this site do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on our part concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

The assignment of countries or areas to specific groupings is for statistical convenience and does not imply any assumption regarding political or other affiliation of countries or territories by the United Nations or by this web page.

To this date, no confirmed figures for Internet Usage have been found for the following regions and territories of the world, some are very small and some are uninhabited. This does not affect significantly the overall statistical results:

1- Saint Pierre and Michelot

2- Korea, North - KP

3 - Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands

4 - Antarctica - AQ
5 - Bouvet Island - BV
6 - British Indian Ocean Territory - IO
7 - Chistmas Island - CX
8 - Pitcairn Islands - PN
9 - South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands
10 - Terres Australes
11 - Territories of Australia
12 - Other Smaller Territories.

Your forwarding of information on Internet Usage for the above locations will be appreciated indeed.

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The second statistical section is the world regional country pages, an international directory featuring over 245 countries and regions of the world, organized into several hundreds of web pages. Individual country and regional pages feature maps, profiles, area information, and links to local search directories for the corresponding countries and regions.

Starting in 2010, the Individual country pages were expanded in order to include, in addition to the Internet Indicators, telecommunication industry news summaries, and Facebook country data and news. These changes will take time and work to complete, because this additional information at Internet World Stats dot com involves updating and creating nearly one thousand pages of new content, and uploading it to the IWS website.

TIP: the best way to find a specific country is to go directly to the
alphabetical country list and from there to click on the specific country name. This alphabetical country list has been enhanced with the symbol for each country or region, the current number of Internet users and penetration rate, the population and the land size.


Each country (or region) entry has a header or data box with the following specific information:
Country flag.
Country name.
ISO 3166 short code.
Current estimated population for corresponding mid-year.
Area in square kilometers (sq km) of the country or territory.
Country or territory capital city.
Capital city population.
Internet users of the country or region.
Date and source of the information.
Internet penetration for the country. This line will
be in bold for countries or regions where the penetration rate is over 50%.

Facebook subscribers (or users) are shown in green, when available.

In the extent that Facebook (Social Web) usage data becomes available, this
information will be included in each country data box. Number of Internet
users comes from various sources: ITU, each country's official telecommunications regulating agencies, local market research companies and from other trustworthy independent survey sources.

See two country "data box" examples below:

spacerChina_flag CHINA

spacerCN - 1,420,062,022(*) population (2019) - Area: 9,806,391 sq km

spacerCapital city: Beijing - population 20,035,455 (2019)

spacer 829,000,000 Internet users for March/2019, 58.4% penetration, per CNNIT

spacer 1,800,000 Facebook subscribers for Dec/2018, 0.1% penetration .

spacerLocal Time and Weather in Beijing, China

spacerSweden_flag S W E D E N

spacerSE - 10,053,135 population (2019) - Country Area: 449,965 sq km

spacerCapital city: Stockholm - population 1,608,037 (2019)

spacer9,653,776 Internet users as of March/19, 96.0% penetration, per IWS.

spacer6,300,000 Facebook users on Dec 31/18, 62.7% penetration rate.

The best way to quickly find any one of the 233+ countries included in the site is to go to the country
alphabetical list, and to click on the country name. A country list by geographical areas is also available. Another country list is available showing the Country Median Age for 2018 "World Median Age" data. A list is also being developed for the United States.

The Median Country Age is a quick reference for governments, international development agencies, non-governmental organizations and the private sector to assess national conditions regarding the population distibution in each country.

Special note on Mexico and Turkey: For statistical purposes and consistency, and no other reasons, Mexico is included in the Central American countries statistics, according to the United Nations Statistics Division methods and classifications of macro geographical (continental) regions, geographical sub-regions, and selected economic and other groupings. Turkey has been included in the European Countries as of October, 2005 because it is a candidate state for joining the European Union.

For the grouping of the countries and regions included in this web site we follow the United Nations Department of Economical and Social Affairs Classification, which may be
seen here.

Special Note on country name modifications:

Current Name


Old Name



previously listed as Netherland Antilles (.an)

Burkina Faso


previously listed as Upper Volta



previously listed as Democratic Kampuchea

Cote d'Ivoire


previously listed as Ivory Coast



previously listed as Netherland Antilles (.an)

Democratic Republic
of the Congo


previously listed as Zaire



previously listed as Swaziland

Hong Kong SAR


Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region of China

Macao SAR


Macao is a Special Administrative Region of China



previously listed as Serbia and Montenegro, SC



previously listed as Burma

North Macedonia


previously listed as Macedonia, FYRM



previously listed as Serbia and Montenegro (.sc)

Sri Lanka


previously listed as Ceilan

South Sudan


new country, previously part of Sudan



previously listed as East Timor

The main source for economic data and statistics is the
World Bank.
Gross National Income per capita (GNI p.c.) is shown for most countries, if available. Details

Broadband or high speed Internet is generally defined as a transmission capacity that is faster than primary rate ISDN, at 1.5 or 2.0 Mbit/s. 256 kbit/s is generally taken as the minimum speed, according to Recommendation I.113 of the ITU Standardization Sector. In some countries 128 kbit/s is taken as the minimum speed and in some statistics ISDN usage is included in the broadband figures.

Broadband Internet access worldwide is mainly by means of Cable or DSL lines. This type of access is gaining more subscribers each day. IWS is now publishing broadband download speed data for each country or region of the world, as such figures become available from Ookla.
See current broadband data

The Internet is a
Global Village with no physical frontiers, however it is divided by the different languages spoken in each country or region. We have researched the top ten languages spoken by the Internet Users and published this information. People speaking the same language show an inclination to form their own online community no matter what country they happen to live in. The latest estimated number of people online in each major language group may be seen here.

The most successful social web in Internet, having reached more than 2,150 million subscribers, is undoubttedly Facebook. We have researched the Facebook users worldwide and published this information in the regional pages. The number of Facebook subscribers for each country has been updated in December 31, 2017. The source for much of the data has been the excellent data curated by We Are Social updated in 2018. You can see the information in the following report
We Are Social , the latest available.

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The statistics and demographic information displayed constitute valuable information for anyone involved in Internet Market Research. Most of our content is free, for personal use as well as for work purposes. Under each individual country a link has been included to the official statistics page for that country (in English when available). Additional useful Market Research links, guides, and tips may be found in our
market research page.

A sister website has been created and may be found at
all about market research.
This website features additional market research information, resources and tools.

Other IWS pages useful for Internet Marketing are:

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The Internet Coaching Free Library The object of this section is to offer free help, tips, advice, and guidence (coaching) about the Internet to the visitors of our website. It is a free resource and features useful articles and links on the subjects listed there:


There are several pages containing articles about Search Engines and coaching on this subject, refering to Internet Marketing. The pages and links below will help find them. Each page name contains the description of the content:


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CIA = The US Central Intelligence Agency

C-I-A = The Computer Industry Almanac

EMEA = Generally refers to the Europe, Middle East, and Africa region

FB = Facebook
G8 = Refers to the G8 Group of countries, integrated by Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, United Kingdom and United States.

ITU = International Telecommunications Union.

IWS = Internet World Stats.

" GNI p.c. " is an economic indicator that means
"Gross National Income Per Capita". It corresponds to the
country's Gross Income divided by its total population
(number of inhabitants). It is the old GNP per capita.

MENA = Refers to Middle East plus North of Africa countries.

NIC = Network Information Center, part of the Domain Name System (DNS) of the Internet.

OECD = Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Developement.

p.r. = penetration rate

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