Iran’s telecoms ministry says access to mobile broadband in the country has increased exponentially over the past seven years to cover 91.07% of the population.
The ministry published a report on major internet penetration indicators in Iran on Saturday, saying that access to mobile broadband was zero when current administrative government took office in summer of 2013.
The report, titled Iran on Path of Intelligence, said total number of SIM card holders with access to mobile broadband in Iran had reached 76 million.
It said wired broadband availability had also increased from 58,310 subscriptions in 2013 to over nine million this year.
Source: Press TV