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Minister says his digital vision for India is 100 million broadband connections by 2012

“My digital vision for India, by 2012, would be to see about 500 million of its population connected to internet and more than l00 million broadband connections, and 100 million broadband enabled devices,” A Raja, minister for communications and information technology, Government of India, has been quoted by iGovernment as saying.

“My digital vision for India, by 2012, would be to see about 500 million of its population connected to internet and more than l00 million broadband connections, and 100 million broadband enabled devices,” A Raja, minister for communications and information technology, Government of India, has been quoted by iGovernment as saying.

According to TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India), the country had 3.90 million broadband subscribers at the end of March 2008. And according to a recent study by online research and advisory firm JuxtConsult, India has currently 49 million internet users and 35 million regular internet users. JuxtConsult defines regular internet user as anyone accessing the net at least once a month.

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