INDIAN INTERNET & MOBILE MARKET STATISTICS
Witness India’s Realtime Growth In Mobile & Internet Usage
Digital Customers in India
Internet users in India
Non active internet users in India
Smart phone users
Feature phone users
Average time spent on internet
Average time spent on smart phones
Activites Done On Internet
Mobile Sales in India
Apple mobiles sold
Samsung mobiles sold
Xiaomi mobiles sold
Oppo mobiles sold
Vivo mobiles sold
Realme mobiles sold
Never-Seen Before OTT Stats
Messaging Apps - Active Texters
Digital Wallet Transactions At A Glance
Passengers flying domestic
Swiggy Orders Placed
Zomato Orders Placed
Berths and seats booked
Berths booked under Tatkal
Subscribers in India
Total Internet Subscribers
Bharti Airtel Subscribers
Reliance Jio Subscribers
Vodafone Idea Subscribers
OVERVIEW - INDIAN INTERNET MARKET STATS
It wouldn’t be wrong to say that the digital age has begun. We have covered a long way from talking on the landline phones to face-time from the other side of the world. Technology has emerged and especially in recent times, new innovative solutions in digitalisation have taken the Indian population by storm.
GrabOn was intrigued by the momentum of online apps and services. So, we went into the depths to research the topic. Was there one way to know how many people are using their smartphones right now? Can we calculate the people who have Facebook on their phone screens right now through some data? These were some of the questions we had when we started preparing this page which we now call the ‘Indian Internet and Mobile Market Stats’.
The following are the points that are highlighted.
Digital Customers: Users upgrade their daily drivers every time. With the onset of a new smartphone, our phone looks outdated. This leads to sales of the newest models. Thus every one might be using a smartphone! This is what we might think, but numbers show that there are millions of people still who spend their days with a feature phone in hand, and that number is more than those who own a smartphone!
Mobiles Sold Per Year: Apple’s everywhere isn’t it? But did you know that Apple sales per year are way less than those of other mobile brands like Samsung, Oppo, Vivo and more? The one that tops the list is Xiaomi.
OTT Stats: Amazon Prime, Netflix, Zee5 or other OTT platforms are the life of a Sunday evening. Moreover, the shared subscription comes in handy for many families and friend circles alike. Thus no wonder that the OTTs are loved by millions of Indians.
Online Shopping: Online word has revolutionised the online shopping scenario. With customers of fashion, electronics, food and whatnot moving to the online shopping scene, it has paved the way for digital payment wallets to create their humongous space.
Travel: Clearly the travel industry is not behind the smashing digital numbers. Let that be flights, trains or local taxis, the number of users simply keep on increasing from thousands to millions per day. Huh! That’s something to think about.
Telecom Subscribers: Last but not the least, the number of telecom users just smash our formula with over 1000 million subscribers for all the providers combined. That’s a little less than the entire population of the country (1,381.59).
How did we get to the data?
The information has been collected from various online resources and represented with a formula that provides the number of Google searches happening every second, smartphone users along with the brands and their sales, apps downloaded, Social media interaction on Facebook & WhatsApp, and active users on Snapchat, LinkedIn and Instagram. The information is provided through a real-time display visual that indicates key metrics along with awesome tidbits of information in a fun, bite-sized format.
How does it work?
The growth in the numbers happens in terms of seconds and hours, which then turn into days, months and gradually into the year. The timer will help you see the changes as they happen in real-time. You can skip the time and go directly to the day, month or year and check the growth happening right in front of your eyes!
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The aforementioned information and statistics are collected from external sources like Financial Times, Economic Times, Times of India, Gadgets 360, Statista.com, The Indian Express and Your Story etc. This graphic is intended to be a general resource for Indian Internet Market Statistics. The recommendations and conclusions made are based on data collected from the above-mentioned sources. Note that some of the inferences are extrapolated based on percentages and data like a market share of the yesteryears collected from the above-cited sources.
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