Homes with broadband Internet hit plateau

23 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

High-Speed Internet Is a Luxury.

People in America are increasingly abandoning broadband connections and opting to go online using only their mobile devices, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center. Those who reported making anywhere from under $20,000 per year to $75,000 per year were consistent in how rapidly they’re dropping broadband, but the people who made the least money were far more likely to report more smartphone-only Internet connections in the past two years.

The profound shift in how people go online coincides with a different kind of cord-cutting: Some 15 percent of American adults have ditched cable television and an additional 9 percent of them say they’ve never had it at all, many of them citing the availability of programming through online services like Netflix. Fully three-quarters of cable-television “cord-cutters” are smartphone owners, a higher percentage than overall smartphone owners in the United States.

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