Digital inclusion and mobile sector taxation in Jordan

Friday 1 May 2015 | 2015 | Digital Inclusion | Middle East and North Africa | Research & Reports | Taxation |

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Since the launch of the first mobile telecommunication network in Jordan in 1995, the market has grown rapidly. Today 70% of the population in Jordan has at least one mobile subscription and over 2 million people have access to the mobile internet. This increase in mobile connectivity, particularly mobile broadband, is bringing wide-ranging benefits to the Jordanian economy and society by boosting productivity, national competitiveness, and increased economic growth.

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