Saturday, February 25, 2006

America Connects

Originally posted on: December 21 2:55 PM

Broadband use at home has surpassed that of dial-up in the United States, reaching 53 percent of residential Web users in October, according to Nielsen/NetRatings.

It is believed that lower prices and ease of use have been the driving factors as more Americans understand just what can be done on broadband.

The United States trailed 12 of the 15 top economies, including Canada, in broadband penetration, according to a September report from U.N. International Telecommunication Union analyzing 2003 data.

South Korea topped the list at more than double the U.S. rate.

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