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Household expenditure on communication in Japan: Rise in 2016

Updated figures on telecom in Japan have been issued by Japan National Statistical Office. Communication expenditure barely increased by 2.07% in 2016.

Household expenditure on communication in Japan: Rise in 2016
Date Japanese Yen Variation
2016 131 546.00 2.07
2015 128 875.00 3.01
2014 125 108.00 1.22
2013 123 596.00 0.15
2012 123 405.00 0.02
2011 123 384.00 0.73
2010 122 492.00 -0.8
2009 123 475.00 0.45
2008 122 927.00 0.4
2007 122 440.00 1.85

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Main Telecom Indicators

  • Telecom Revenue

    Revenues generated from telecom activities such as voice calls, mobile calls, internet access or pay TV (cable, fiber or DSL) . Revenues can be derived from service to consumers or businesses.

  • Telecom Subscribers

    Household subscription to telecom companies providing services such as voice calls, mobile calls, internet access or pay TV (cable, fiber or DSL).

  • Telecom Expenditures

    Household expenditures on telecom services such as voice calls, mobile calls, internet access or pay TV (cable, fiber or DSL).

  • Telecom Subscriber Addition

    New subscription to telecom companies providing services such as voice calls, mobile calls, internet access or pay TV (cable, fiber or DSL).

  • Telecom Market Shares

    Revenue or subscription market shares from telecom activities such as voice calls, mobile calls, internet access or pay TV (cable, fiber or DSL) . Revenues can be derived from service to consumers or businesses.

  • Internet Penetration

    Number of internet subscriptions, usually measured per 100 inhabitants. The penetration rate measures a product's degree of adoption among the population. Based on: Eurostat.

  • Broadband Subscribers

    Subscriptions to high-speed access to the public internet (TCP/IP connection). This statistic is measured irrespective of the method of payment. It excludes subscribers that have access to data communications (including the Internet) via mobile-cellular networks. Based on: International Telecommunication Union.

  • Internet Subscribers

    Subscriptions giving access to the public Internet (TCP/IP connection). The statistic is measured irrespective of the type or speed of access, the type of device used to access the Internet, or the method of payment. Based on: International Telecommunication Union.

  • Mobile Subscribers

    Subscriptions to a public mobile telephone service providing access to Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) using cellular technology, including number of pre-paid SIM cards active during the past three months. This includes both analogue and digital cellular systems (IMT-2000, 3G, 4G), but excludes mobile broadband subscriptions via data cards or USB modems. Based on: International Telecommunication Union.