A few months ago, I wrote a post called Why are India’s mobile phones so much bigger than those in the US?
India has around 3,200 mobile phone towers, and the country has about 3.7 million mobile phone subscribers, according to the government’s data.
It’s no secret that India’s population is expanding rapidly, with more than half the population now over 15.
That has meant that India is now facing an ever-growing mobile phone population.
So, why are mobile phone users so much larger than in the U.S.?
According to the Federal Communications Commission, there are about 11 million mobile phones worldwide, compared to about 1.5 million in the United States.
Why are India and the U-S.
so different? The U.