Mary Meeker, a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and former Internet analyst, released her latest report on Internet Trends at the recently concluded D10 Conference. Here are some highlights from the report: - India has added 69 million Internet users during 2008-2011 and now has 121 million Internet users with a population penetration rate of 10%, recording a 38% YoY growth. China has the highest number of Internet users with 513 million users, adding 215 million users during 2008-11 and a population penetration rate of 38%. Globally there are 2.25 billion Internet users with a population penetration rate of 32% and 663 million Internet users were added during 2008-2011 recording a 8% YoY growth. - India has 39 million 3G subscriptions as of Q4 2011 with 4% penetration rate and 841% YoY growth. United States has the highest number of 3G subscriptions with 208 million 3G subscriptions with a 64% penetration rate and 31% YoY growth. Globally there are 1.1 billion 3G subscribers with 18% penetration rate and 37% YoY growth. While the report didn't reveal any breakdown of the 3G subscriptions, we had recently reported the following numbers for active 3G subscribers: Reliance Communications has 3.2 million (Q4 FY12), Idea has 2.6 million and Airtel has about 9 million 3G subscribers. Vodafone has 35 million data subscriptions including both 2G and 3G subscribers, and from what we hear, between 8 and 9 million are 3G. That's about 23.8 million of them. We doubt that BSNL, MTNL, Aircel and Tata Tele would have 15 million…
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