In U.S. High Speed Access Market, Mobile has 33% Share

In the U.S. market, 43 percent of people who use the Internet buy cable TV high speed access, while 21 percent buy telco digital subscriber line services.

Some eight percent use fiber-to-home connections, while 4.6 use a satellite broadband connection.

In 2013, about 74 percent of U.S.households bought Internet access service, and 73 percent purchased a high speed access service, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Fully 33 percent of households used mobile broadband. 

The data show the lower-income households are more likely to use a “mobile-only” approach to Internet access, though the percentage of homes doing so is in single digits.

 source: U.S. Census Bureau

    

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