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    ICT Indicators in Brief | June 2015

    "ICT Indicators In Brief: Monthly Issue" reviews a number of ICT indicators in Egypt; namely Mobile Phones, Fixed Phones, Internet, ICT Sector, ICT Sector’s Role in Development, and Post.

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    Date Published: Jul 2015


    Measuring the Digital Society in Egypt: Internet at a Glance | Version V | English Language only

    A profile featuring the digital society in Egypt, the report provides recent statistical and analytical data on the internet usage in Egypt and its trends. It includes data on the beneficiary sectors (individuals, households, government, businesses) as well as internet’s contribution to social sustainable development through measuring internet usage in both education and health sectors. The report also provides internet usage through smart technologies and the adoption of e-solutions via the internet (e-commerce and e-government). This is in addition to tackling the digital gender equality and the digital divide measured in terms of different sectors and governorates.

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    Date Published: Jul 2015


    ICT Indicators Quarterly Bulletin | Q1 2015

    ICT Indicators Quarterly Bulletin reviews a number of ICT indicators in Egypt; namely statistical figures on infrastructure, economic performance and the role of ICT in socioeconomic development. The bulletin, presented in a newly improved version, is now issued on a quarterly basis.

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    Date Published: Jul 2015


    ICT Indicators Report 2009-2013

    ICT Indicators Report reviews a number of ICT indicators in Egypt; namely infrastructure indicators, economic indicators, and the ICT Sector's role in development covering the four mentioned years.

    Note: The methodology for calculating Internet users in Egypt has been changed. It will depend on field surveys rather than hard data, according to recommendations from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and other international organizations, and in line with the worldwide trend. This indicator, therefore, will be published on an annual basis from the results of a yearly survey, implemented jointly with the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS). Hence, it should not be compared with values for the years preceding 2014.

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    Date Published: Jun 2014


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