This article contains a sortable list of countries by number of broadband Internet subscriptions and penetration rates, using data compiled by the International Telecommunication Union. The list includes figures for both fixed wired broadband subscriptions and mobile cellular subscriptions: . A dash — is shown when data for is not available. Non-country and disputed areas are shown in italics. Taiwan is listed as a sovereign country. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Global Internet usage
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Global Internet usage refers to the number of people who use the Internet worldwide , which can be displayed using tables, charts, maps and articles which contain more detailed information on a wide range of usage measures. In , the International Telecommunication Union estimated about 3. Of them, about 2 billion would be from developing countries, including 89 million from least developed countries. It covers 86 countries as of , the latest year for which the index has been compiled.
Global Broadband Penetration Rates
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Higher traffic and speed guaranteed. The United States ranks 9th overall in wireless broadband penetration, according the same survey. The majority of broadband subsribers in the United States are on wireless plans, with million wireless subscribers see Figure 1 , while 83 million subscribe to a fixed broadband plan see Figure 2. While there is certainly some overlap with people subscribing to both types of plans, this data shows that the US population likes their mobility.