Consumption of fixed internet doubled in the last six years and amounted to 914,000 households in the first quarter of 2020 which is 82 per cent of households in Georgia.
Only 42 per cent of households in Georgia had access to the internet in 2013, while it reached 80.8 per cent in 2019.
The Communications Commission says that in Georgia one customer has more than one mobile number, which indicates that the customer is well aware of the tariffs on the market and, if necessary, uses the services of different mobile operators for different services.
The mobile operators in Georgia had 5.4 million consumers last year, out of which 3.2 million used mobile internet. However, mobile internet had 1.6 million consumers in 2013.
The average mobile internet usage was 3.4 gigabytes per month in 2019, while it was 0.17 gigabytes in 2013.