Indonesia is already one of the largest mobile markets in Asia. It is especially characterized by its high degree of dynamic: By 2022, the number of smartphone users is expected to increase by two-thirds compared to 2013. Correspondingly, a 60 percent increase in the number of Internet users is expected, which would lead to more than half of the population or over 141 million people having access to the Internet by 2022. However, most mobile phone owners have several SIM cards: one to use at home, one for work and one for their partner. The high number of mobile subscriptions therefore does not necessarily reflect the number of subscribers in real terms, which might in fact be only about half as high. Nevertheless, the number of users is enough to position Indonesia as the fourth largest mobile market in the world.
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In the following 6 chapters, you will quickly find the 27 most important statistics relating to "Smartphones in Indonesia".