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ATMs per 100,000 adults, 2021:

The average for 2021 based on 34 countries was 16.93 ATMs per 100,000 adults. The highest value was in the Seychelles: 92.53 ATMs per 100,000 adults and the lowest value was in Niger: 1.9 ATMs per 100,000 adults. The indicator is available from 2004 to 2021. Below is a chart for all countries where data are available.

Measure: ATMs per 100,000 adults; Source: The World Bank
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Countries ATMs per 100,000 adults, 2021 Global rank Available data
Seychelles 92.53 1 2004 - 2021
Namibia 72.95 2 2006 - 2021
Cape Verde 51.17 3 2004 - 2021
South Africa 43.55 4 2004 - 2021
Mauritius 42.52 5 2004 - 2021
Swaziland 41.67 6 2004 - 2021
Botswana 36.31 7 2004 - 2021
Angola 17.77 8 2004 - 2021
Nigeria 16.15 9 2005 - 2021
Lesotho 13.86 10 2004 - 2021
R. of Congo 11.88 11 2004 - 2021
Ghana 11.37 12 2008 - 2021
Mauritania 10.94 13 2011 - 2021
Gambia 9.16 14 2005 - 2021
Mozambique 9.06 15 2004 - 2021
Zambia 8.81 16 2004 - 2021
Ivory Coast 7.34 17 2014 - 2021
Kenya 6.94 18 2004 - 2021
Togo 6.94 19 2014 - 2021
Senegal 6.83 20 2014 - 2021
G.-Bissau 6.81 21 2010 - 2021
Zimbabwe 6.05 22 2006 - 2021
Comoros 5.51 23 2004 - 2021
Mali 4.64 24 2010 - 2021
Burkina Faso 4.5 25 2015 - 2021
Malawi 4.41 26 2004 - 2021
Benin 4.26 27 2014 - 2021
Rwanda 4.18 28 2004 - 2021
Liberia 3.8 29 2008 - 2021
Uganda 3.7 30 2004 - 2021
Madagascar 3.16 31 2004 - 2021
Guinea 2.57 32 2004 - 2021
Chad 2.29 33 2004 - 2021
Niger 1.9 34 2014 - 2021



Definition: Number of ATMs per 100,000 adults. Automated teller machines are computerized telecommunications devices that provide clients of a financial institution with access to financial transactions in a public place.

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