Fixed broadband Internet subscribers - Syrian Arab Republic



Fixed broadband Internet subscribers of Syrian Arab Republic
Value & RankThe Fixed broadband Internet subscribers of Syrian Arab Republic is 1.58 (per 100 people) with a global rank of 131.
Syrian Arab Republic compared to other CountriesThe Fixed broadband Internet subscribers of Syrian Arab Republic is similar to that of Sri Lanka, Guam, Guatemala, Tonga, Paraguay, Kuwait, Bolivia, Indonesia, Namibia, Fiji with a respective Fixed broadband Internet subscribers of 1.99, 1.82, 1.80, 1.61, 1.58, 1.40, 1.33, 1.30, 1.29, 1.20 (per 100 people) and a global rank of 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136.Last 9 years averageSyrian Arab Republic had an average Fixed broadband Internet subscribers of 0.35 (per 100 people) in the last 9 years from (2004 to 2013).
Syrian Arab Republic during the Great RecessionSyrian Arab Republic's Fixed broadband Internet subscribers had a positive growth of 494% during the Great RecessionSyrian Arab Republic since the end of the Great RecessionSyrian Arab Republic's Fixed broadband Internet subscribers had a positive growth of 859% since the end of the Great RecessionSyrian Arab Republic since the start of the Syrian civil warSyrian Arab Republic's Fixed broadband Internet subscribers had a positive growth of 388% since the start of the Syrian civil war
YearFixed broadband Internet subscribers (per 100 people) - Syrian Arab Republic
20040.00
20050.01
20060.03
20070.04
20080.05
20090.16
20100.32
20110.56
20121.11
20131.58
Fixed broadband Internet subscribers of Syrian Arab Republic
Country NameGlobal RankFixed broadband Internet subscribers (per 100 people)
Sri Lanka1261.99
Guam1271.82
Guatemala1281.80
Tonga1291.61
Paraguay1301.58
Syrian Arab Republic1311.58
Kuwait1321.40
Bolivia1331.33
Indonesia1341.30
Namibia1351.29
Fiji1361.20
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list of countries by Fixed broadband Internet subscribers
Datasource: Workbank - World Development Indicators