Almost a third of households in Argentina do not have a fixed Internet connection, says new report. Huge disparity in access nationwide.
I am not sure why everything has to be a comparison with the U.S. However, I have done some work in the area and always wonder why the reporting on fixed internet usage in the U.S. is all over the place. It seems no-one knows who is using high-speed fixed or not, but as you point out, most data points to more people than one might think without fixed high-speed internet.Compared to 27% of US households without fixed internet connection. And much of the rural USA has unbelievably slow internet as the only choice. I know- my US home is in one of those areas, where my top available speed is about 1/3 of what the US government considers an acceptable minimum. The US government considers 25mbs to be the baseline. Many huge swaths of the US are lucky to get 1/4 of that speed. https://www.statista.com/chart/21454/broadband-connection-in-america/
It wont be available in the Southern Hemisphere until they launch another 10,000 or so satellites. Maybe never, considering population densities.
Thanks god most kids nowadays have 5G mobile phones. Otherwise they could not attend the virtual classes in the province.Almost a third of households in Argentina do not have a fixed Internet connection, says new report. Huge disparity in access nationwide.batimes.com.ar