The users of these five cities, among the thousand cities that visited the Technolife online store (a specialized store for digital goods in Iran) in 1401, were more interested in flagship and mid-range mobile phones than in other cities.

According to the public relations report of this store, the average price of mobile phones that the people of Tehran bought in the winter of 1401 was about 9 million tomans. Meanwhile, the people of Isfahan, Ahvaz, Shiraz, Karaj and Ardabil have bought more expensive mobile phones with an average price of 11 million tomans.

According to this report, iPhone mobile users, as one of the most expensive phones in the market, have bought more in the cities of Tehran, Isfahan, Mashhad, Shiraz, and Karaj.

According to the latest statistics announced by GSMA Intelligence in 2023, 126.9 million mobile phones are active in Iran. This number has increased by 3 million (about 2.5%) compared to last year. Since 2018, the number of smartphones has increased drastically in Iran, and the number of button or feature phones has decreased.

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