Mobile phones are more common than toilets in India

India has 545 million mobile phones (enough to serve about 45 per cent of the population), but only about 366 million people (31 per cent of the population) had access to improved sanitation in 2008.

via Collins Maps Blog: Mobile phones are more common than toilets in India.

Truly globalization touches us all, even if we don’t have indoor plumbing.

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