35% of U.S. Hispanic Households are Mobile Only for Internet Access

Mobile substitution, long a feature for voice services, now is a growing reality for internet access. According to CTIA data, 20 percent of U.S. households rely exclusively on their mobile devices for internet access, up about 54 percent from 2015 levels.

That trend is even more pronounced in Hispanic households, where 35 percent of smartphone users rely solely on mobility for internet access; lower-income households and younger households.

source: CTIA


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