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Improvements to the infrastructure have resulted in fewer disruptions to internet service over the past year compared with previous years.According to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the internet penetration rate reached 46 percent by the end of 2014, compared with 42 percent in 2013 and just 15 percent in 2009. The Public Service Regulatory Committee of Armenia estimates the rate slightly higher, at 50 percent in 2014. By the end of 2014, there were approximately 250,000 total broadband subscriptions among the five largest internet service providers, representing an increase of about by 23,000 relative to the same period in 2013.In 2005, the Armenian government revised the incumbent’s license and granted a second GSM license; by 2007, all exclusive rights of the incumbent had been abolished.Since then, Armenian users have been able to choose from three mobile service operators and more than 100 ISPs, though an analysis of service providers’ official reports shows that the five leading operators together control approximately 90 percent of the market for internet access.As of December 2014, broadband subscriptions reached 257,610, an increase of 16,934 compared with of the same period in 2013. The largest mobile internet provider is Orange, followed by Viva Cell and Armentel. Based on reports provided by mobile operators, approximately 1.6 million mobile phones out of a total of 3.35 million were connected to the internet as of February 2015. However, according to the Public Services Regulation Commission (PSRC)'s report in 2014, the number of mobile internet subscribers (including mobile 2G and 3G) amounted to 2.1 million out of 3.4 million mobile subscribers, with an increase of over 3 percent increase from the previous year. All three current mobile operators offer 2G and 3G networks, and one operator offers 4G LTE network services.
According to official information from mobile operators, 3G services are available to almost 100 percent of the population, covering 90 percent of the country (excluding mostly unpopulated mountainous regions).In March 2015, members of parliament proposed amendments to the Law on Personal Data Protection that aim to increase privacy protections by creating an agency with the authority to oversee government decisions with regard to accessing personal data.Internet access in Armenia continues to grow, although the internet penetration rate remains below 50 percent, and the average access speed was only 3.2 Mbps by the end of 2014.The fastest growing ISP is Rostelecom, with 26,208 new subscriptions, an increase by 18,993 subscribers in one year, while Armentel, the largest ISP providing mostly ADSL broadband internet access, is losing ground.The mobile penetration rate in Armenia was 116 percent as of 2014, and the number of mobile broadband subscriptions is also growing.