Broadband Adoption Still on the Rise

According to an April study published by the Pew Research Center, there was a 15% increase in the amount of broadband-connected homes in the U.S. in the past year. According to the center, these numbers have jumped 54% since 2007.

This increase stands despite an increase in cost, according to the study, of the price of broadband which has also risen from an average of $34.50 to $39.00 per household. It would appear that despite the country's economic woes, consumers are still flocking to high speed connections in record numbers.


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