A quarter of Peruvian households have internet access, stats office claims

1 Jul 2013

Data published by Peru’s National Office of Statistics and Information (INEI) claims that at the end of March 2013 25.5% of households in the Andean nation had internet access, compared to 17.3% in the corresponding period of 2012. Household penetration increased the most in the Lima metropolitan area, where accesses grew by 12.9 percentage points to 44.1%, whilst other cities saw an increase of 8.6 percentage points to 25.9%.



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