Broadband Adoption: The percentage of home Internet users with high-speed connections.
Access Options: The number of companies providing high-speed Internet access.
Wi-Fi: Public wireless Internet hotspots per capita.
Sources: Nielsen//NetRatings, Federal Communications Commission, JiWire, U.S. Census Bureau
Before looking at the cities in the US with the highest high speed internet (broadband) home use. Have a quick glance at what is being compared to what re: Broadband Adoption Rate while if find the most connected cities in the World.
To find information like this on a search engine what keywords would you
When trying to find the cities with the highest broadband adoption rate in the world maybe you would try the following searches:
- cities with the highest broadband adoption rate in the world
- cities in the world with highest internet connectivity rate
- top cities world broadband internet
There are ways to improve how you search to return more accurate/specific results but that calls for a post on it own.
The number one city in the US, see if you can find what it is, with the highest home use of broadband internet only has only one company providing providing high-speed Internet access (Access Options)
I search for a broadband access company in this city and the first piece of information I see is the following:
Broadband:Get High Speed Internet 3Mbps at $19.99 for 6 Months
US$ 19.99 = 143.42825 South African rands How do you do that?
For six months 3Mbps high speed internet access in the US you’d be able to afford line rental on a Telkom phone and make a few calls to a mobile number and order a broadband internet service in South Africa.