As of 2011, the African country with the highest Internet penetration rate (IPR) — the percentage of a country's population that has Internet access — was Morocco, with 41.3 percent of the population, or about 13.2 million people, having access to the Internet. Nigeria had the most Internet users, about 44 million, and an IPR of 28.3 percent. Internet users in Nigeria accounted for about 37 percent of all Internet users in Africa. Egypt was second in terms of Internet users, with about 20 million, and had an IPR of about 24.5 percent. Egypt's Internet users accounted for about 16.9 percent of the total for Africa.
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