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Turkey says number of Internet users reaches 35m

The number of Internet users was up 1,750 per cent in Turkey in the last decade. According to International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the number of Internet users reached 35m from 2m in the last decade, with a 1,750 per cent rise. More

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