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How Much Email Do We Use Daily? 182.9 Billion Emails Sent/Received Per Day Worldwide

182.9 Billion Emails Sent/Received Per Day Worldwide, 4.9 Billions Worldwide Email Accounts Expected By 2017

Ever imagined, how much email accounts do we use daily? Here is the answer: In 2013 alone, the total number of email accounts worldwide were 3889 million. Out of which, 929 million (24%) were business email accounts and rest 2970 million (76%) email accounts were personal or consumer email accounts.

The number of worldwide email accounts is expected to increase from 3.9 billion email accounts in 2013 to 4.9 billion accounts by the end of 2017, with an average annual growth rate of about 6% over the next four years, according to Email Statistics Report- Radicati Group.

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The total number of email accounts worldwide by 2017 is said to increase with an average annual growth rate of about 6% and there will be 4.9 billion email accounts (worldwide). By 2017, the number of business email accounts are expected to be 1138 million (23% of worldwide email accounts) and the consumer or personal email accounts are expected to be around 3782 million (77% of worldwide email accounts).

In 2014 alone, the total number of email accounts worldwide is said to be 4116 million (974 million business email accounts (24%) and 3142 million consumer or personal email accounts (76%)).

Email Statistics Report

The business email accounts are expected to grow at an average annual growth rate of about 5% over the next four years, and reach over 1.1 billion by the end of 2017 (23% of worldwide email accounts). The majority of business email accounts will be deployed on-premises with adoption of Cloud business email services, such as Google Apps and Microsoft Office 365.

However, the consumer email accounts (currently accounting for 76% of worldwide email accounts in 2013) is expected to decrease over the next four years. Consumers are now opting various other messaging apps, mobile IM and social networking sites with instant messaging. By 2017, the number of business emails sent and received per day will increase by 7% from 2013 figures (100.5 billion) to 132.1 billion and the number of consumer emails sent and received per day will see a decline by -4% (from 2013 figures- 82.4 billion) and is expected to be 74.5 billion.

By 2017, the number of emails sent/received per day will be around 206.6 billion emails with a growth of 3% from 2013 figure- 182.9 billion emails sent and received per day worldwide. In 2013, out of total email sent and received per day (182.9 billion) the number of business emails sent and received per day was nearly 100.5 billion and the number of consumer/personal emails sent and received per day were 82.4 billion.

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