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A look at how India’s digital divide is evolving and the latest figures on the number of internet users show the country is on track to reach 80 million by the time the year is out.
The data was provided to The Hindu by the India Digital Network, a joint venture of research firm Deloitte, which runs the India Internet Index, an online ranking of India’s broadband penetration and its capacity.
The report shows the number is now at 77.4 million, which is almost a 10% increase from a year ago, according to a Bloomberg survey of data released by Deloitt.
India has an estimated 4.3 billion Internet users, of which 5.4 billion are estimated to be aged over 16.
While the Indian population is growing at a slower rate than other countries, the country’s population is still growing faster than other emerging markets such as Indonesia and Brazil.
Deloitte found that the Indian internet penetration stood at 79.7% in July, up 4.5% from the month before.
That is the fastest growth since it began tracking the issue in 2011, and the second fastest in the world.
The index found India had the highest rate of Internet penetration in the top 10 countries.
The index also found that India is the country with the fastest-growing number of broadband users, growing from 5.6 million in 2011 to 6.2 million in July.