Internet Penetration Map


Map of Internet Penetration

Map of Internet Penetration
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*The Map showing highlights Indian states Internet penetration in percentage as per 2011 census of India.

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Internet Penetration in India



Bihar0.9
Tripura1.0
Chhattisgarh1.2
Odisha1.4
Madhya Pradesh1.4
Meghalaya1.5
Jharkhand1.5
Assam1.6
Nagaland1.7
Rajasthan1.8
Uttar Pradesh1.9
Arunachal Pradesh2.0
Manipur2.2
West Bengal2.2
Mizoram2.5
Andhra Pradesh2.6
Himachal Pradesh2.8
Daman & Diu 2.8
Dadra & Nagar Haveli 2.8
Jammu & Kashmir2.9
Gujarat3.1
Lakshadweep3.1
Uttarakhand3.2
Sikkim3.3
Andaman and Nicobar Islands3.5
Tamil Nadu4.2
Karnataka4.8
Haryana5.3
Punjab5.4
Maharashtra5.8
Puducherry 6.0
Kerala6.3
Goa12.7
NCT of Delhi 17.6
Chandigarh 18.8




Last Updated on : 3/31/2012



 

     


     

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