89% of U.K. Fixed Connections are "Untethered"

It is a truism that any form of Internet access, tethered, untethered or mobile, is designed to get an end user connected to the core network. In that sense, all untethered or mobile access methods are tail circuits.

About 89 percent of consumer Internet access users in the United Kingdom report using a Wi-Fi router, for example. 


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