Map of Mobile Connections in India


Mobile Connections Map

Mobile Connections Map
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*The Map showing highlights Indian states mobile connections in percentage as per 2011 census of India.

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TOTALINDIA53.2
22Chhattisgarh27.2
21Odisha35.6
17Meghalaya39.1
12Arunachal Pradesh39.8
23Madhya Pradesh40.6
16Tripura42.7
19West Bengal42.9
18Assam43.5
20Jharkhand44.1
31Lakshadweep46.5
32Kerala46.8
13Nagaland48.6
10Bihar51.6
14Manipur52.3
27Maharashtra53.7
30Goa53.8
28Andhra Pradesh54.9
29Karnataka56.5
26Dadra & Nagar Haveli57.3
24Gujarat58.6
01Jammu & Kashmir59.3
09Uttar Pradesh61.2
02Himachal Pradesh61.5
33Tamil Nadu62.1
03Punjab62.3
08Rajasthan62.5
34Puducherry 62.7
04Chandigarh 63.1
15Mizoram63.9
05Uttarakhand64.8
06Haryana66.9
11Sikkim67.7
07NCT of Delhi 68.3
35Andaman and Nicobar Islands72.1
25Daman & Diu 76.0




Last Updated on : 3/31/2012



 

     


     

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