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List of countries by smartphone penetration

This is a list of countries by smartphone penetration as measured by Google's Our Mobile Planet.[1][2] It shows the percentage of the population owning and using a smartphone.

2013 rankings

Rank Country/Territory Penetration
1  United Arab Emirates 73.8%
2  South Korea 73.0%
3  Saudi Arabia 72.8%
4  Singapore 71.7%
5  Norway 67.5%
6  Australia 64.6%
7  Sweden 62.9%
8  Hong Kong 62.8%
9  United Kingdom 62.2%
10  Denmark 59.0%
11  Ireland 57.0%
12  Israel 56.6%
14  Canada 56.4%
14  United States 56.4%
15  Spain 55.4%
16   Switzerland 54.0%
17  New Zealand 53.6%
18  Netherlands 52.0%
19  Taiwan 50.8%
20  Austria 48.0%
21  China 46.9%
22  Slovakia 45.9%
23  Finland 45.5%
24  France 42.3%
25  Czech Republic 41.6%
26  Italy 41.3%
28  Germany 39.8%
28  South Africa 39.8%
29  Philippines 38.7%
30  Mexico 36.8%
31  Russia 36.2%
32  Poland 35.0%
33  Malaysia 34.5%
34  Hungary 34.4%
35  Belgium 33.5%
36  Greece 32.5%
37  Portugal 32.1%
38  Thailand 31.0%
39  Argentina 30.7%
40  Turkey 29.6%
41  Romania 27.9%
42  Brazil 26.3%
43  Japan 24.7%
44  Vietnam 19.7%
45  India 19.2%
46  Ukraine 14.4%
47  Indonesia 14.0%

See also

References

  1. ^ http://think.withgoogle.com/mobileplanet/en/
  2. ^ http://mashable.com/2013/08/27/global-smartphone-penetration/
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