Study finds lack of broadband access is still an issue in the U.S.


The so-called “digital divide” still exists in the U.S., where more than one-third of households do not have broadband connections and 25% of households have no Internet access at all, a study by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration has found. More than nine in 10 households with $100,000 or more in annual income have broadband in their homes, while just over one in three of homes with $25,000 or less in income do. Two in three urban homes have high-speed access, compared with slightly more than half of those based in rural areas.  MediaPost Communications/Online Media Daily

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