New Zealand broadband grew faster than any other country in a recent survey. The US remained in 15th place in broadband penetration worldwide, with a growth rate of 2.6% over the first half of 2012.
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US and Canada Drop in Broadband Penetration Worldwide – January 2012 Bandwidth Report
Since our last broadband survey in July the US and Canada have both dropped one position in broadband penetration worldwide. According to a recent Point Topic survey, the US dropped from 22nd place to 23rd place (from Q1 2011 to Q3 2011). Canada also dropped one position to 19th place since our last survey.
US Drops to 22nd in Broadband Speed Worldwide – Fastest Broadband Cities: College Towns – US Broadband Penetration Drops to 95.2% Among Active Internet Users – April 2010 Bandwidth Report
The US dropped to 22nd place in broadband connection speed worldwide in a recent study by Akamai. The fastest broadband cities in the US are college towns, according to the same study. The top 10 US cities averaged four times faster than the average US broadband speed of 3.8Mbps. Meanwhile broadband penetration among active Internet users dropped to 95.17% in March 2010.
US Broadband Penetration Growth Drops to 17th Worldwide – US Broadband Uptake Grows to 89.3% among Active Internet Users – May 2008 Bandwidth Report
US broadband penetration growth dropped from 15th to 17th place worldwide, from June 2007 to December 2007. Overall, US broadband penetration remained at 15th place among all countries surveyed, according to the OECD. The slower growth of US broadband appears to be due to a lack of choice for consumers, an overreliance on cable, and low DSL and fiber penetration. Meanwhile, US broadband penetration rose 0.43 percentage points to 89.3% among active Internet users.
Over Half of US Households Subscribe to Broadband – US Broadband Penetration Grows to 82.2% Among Active Internet Users – June 2007 Bandwidth Report
53% of all US households now subscribe to a broadband high-speed Internet service at home, according to Leichtman Research Group. Broadband services now account for about 72% of all home Internet subscriptions – compared to 60% last year. Broadband adoption is strongly tied to household income. Just 45% of households with annual incomes below $30,000 subscribe to an Internet service at home – compared to 92% of households with annual incomes above $75,000. Broadband penetration among active Internet users grew to 82.18% in US homes in May, up over 10 percentage points from 71.76% last year.
US Passes Singapore to 15th in Global Broadband Penetration – US Broadband Grows to 63.8% among Active Internet Users – November 2005 Bandwidth Report
The USA has passed Singapore to 15th overall in global broadband penetration per 100 inhabitants. The US rose from 16th to 15th place overall in broadband penetration passing Singapore in a November 2005 ITU report.