How many people in Vietnam have mobile phone?

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How many people in Vietnam have mobile phone?

Vietnam was the 10th country in the world in terms of smartphone users in 2020 with more than 61 million, according to a recent report on the global mobile market.

Do people in Vietnam have phones?

Cell phones are becoming more widespread in Vietnam. They can be rented in some places. In rural areas the cell phone reception is often only good if you climb a hill. In remote areas calls are often made through satellite phones or radio relay systems.

What percentage of Vietnam has Internet?

Internet penetration in Vietnam stood at 70.3% in January 2021.

What is the share of mobile users in Indonesia?

As of the third quarter of 2019, approximately 93.58 percent of Indonesian cities have access to the LTE (4G) mobile network. The share of Indonesians accessing the internet from their smartphones is expected to grow to 68 percent in 2021.

Are Vietnam phones original?

Vietnam is actually where Samsung phones are made, most of them anyway. Samsung’s manufacturing facility is located in Vietnam’s Thai Nguyen province where two factories are churning out smartphones, tablets and wearable devices.

Can I use my iPhone in Vietnam?

To use a mobile phone in Vietnam, you have three options: bring a locked phone with you, bring an unlocked phone with you, or buy a relatively cheap phone here. With an unlocked phone or a phone that you buy here, you can simply purchase a SIM card and have a local number.

Why is Internet so slow in Vietnam?

An Internet speed test is performed on a smartphone in Hanoi on June 8, 2021. Photo by VnExpress/Luu Quy. Internet connection can slow down in Vietnam as two international undersea internet cables are either undergoing maintenance or suffering other disruptions.

How fast is Internet in Vietnam?

5.46 megabytes per second
With an average download speed of 5.46 megabytes per second, Vietnam has been ranked 74 out of 189 countries and territories, surpassing China, India and other Southeast Asian countries like Indonesia, Brunei, the Philippines, Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia.

What social media do Indonesians use?

A survey on social media usage in Indonesia conducted in June 2020 revealed that 89 percent of respondents accessed Facebook every day in the last three months. The number of Facebook users in Indonesia is forecast to reach approximately 256 million by 2025.

What percentage of Indonesia has internet?

In 2020, the internet penetration rate in Indonesia stood at 69.8 percent. This value is estimated to increase in the years to follow and reach 82.53 percent by 2026. The internet has been an increasingly important part of most Indonesians’ daily life.

What is the percentage of Internet penetration in Vietnam?

Internet penetration in Vietnam stood at 70.3% in January 2021. Note: we no longer include data sourced from social media platforms in our internet user numbers, so the numbers shown above and in our complete Digital 2021 reports are not comparable with numbers published in our reports from previous years. Social media statistics for Vietnam.

Where can I find list of countries by smartphone penetration?

Newzoo’s 2019 Global Mobile Market Report shows countries/markets sorted by smartphone penetration (percentage of population actively using a smartphone). These numbers come from Newzoo’s Global Mobile Market Report 2019 – Light Version.

How many people use social networking in Vietnam?

More than one-third of Vietnam’s population are social network users. By 2020, that figure will approach half (46.7 million). Smartphones, used by 38.3% of adults at least monthly, are a main reason behind social networking’s growth. Messaging apps are even more popular.

Where can I find digital statistics for Vietnam?

You’ll find our complete #Digital2021 report for Vietnam in the SlideShare embed above ( click here if that’s not working for you). This report contains all the latest internet stats, mobile stats, and social media stats for Vietnam, but read on below for essential insights into digital use in Vietnam in 2021.

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