The US dropped to 25th place worldwide in broadband penetration by household, according to a recent survey by Point Topic. From Q2 2009 to Q3 2009 US broadband penetration by household fell from 22nd place to 25th place. Meanwhile, broadband penetration in US homes inched up to 94.55% in December 2009.
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Monaco Wins Broadband Jackpot – UK Broadband Penetration Drops to 17th Place Worldwide – Moldova Fastest Growing Broadband Country – September 2009 Bandwidth Report
Monaco had the highest global broadband penetration rate of 47.4 percent, trumping all other countries in a recent survey. The UK dropped from 14th place to 17th place in broadband penetration over the past two quarters, according to Point Topic. Moldova’s broadband subscribers grew by nearly 20% over the past quarter and by 100% over the past year. Meanwhile in the US, broadband penetration crept up to 93.5% among active Internet users.
UK Broadband Penetration Drops to 14th Worldwide – US Broadband Penetration Falls to 93.1% Among Active Internet Users – April 2009 Bandwidth Report
The UK has dropped from 13th to 14th place in broadband penetration worldwide, during the last quarter of 2008. The US dropped out of the top 20 entirely during the same time period, according to a recent Point Topic survey. Meanwhile US broadband penetration dropped to 93.13% among active Internet users. This is the second month in a row that US broadband penetration has fallen.
Western Europe Leads North America in Broadband Growth – US Broadband Penetration Grows to 85.3% Among Active Internet Users – October 2007 Bandwidth Report
Countries in Western Europe are growing at a faster pace in broadband subscribers than the US and Canada. Confirming the broadband trend from last month’s report Western European countries are adding subscribers at faster rate than North America, according to a recent report by Point Topic. Meanwhile in the US, broadband penetration grew 0.56 percentage points to 85.31% among active Internet users in September 2007.
China to Pass US in Total Broadband Lines – UK Broadband to Double by 2008 – US Broadband Penetration Jumps to 76.3% Among Active Internet Users – October 2006 Bandwidth Report
China will pass the US in total broadband lines by the third quarter of 2006 to have the largest subscriber base in the world (see Figure 1). The US and China are followed by Japan, South Korea, Germany, and France in total broadband lines per country.