Broadband penetration in the uk

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UK Broadband Growth Slows, While Virgin Media Speeds Up

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Broadband in the UK - Statistics & Facts | Statista

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United Kingdom - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

Five countries have broadband penetration over 60 per cent, and the UK isn't one of them, according to a global broadband report by analyst firm Gartner. But the UK does rank seventh worldwide, with about 58 per cent of households having broadband connections, alongside France and Sweden. The top five countries were South Korea with 93 per cent, Hong Kong with 76 per cent, the Netherlands with 74 per cent, Switzerland with 69 per cent and Canada with 65 per cent. Taiwan falls just short of the mark, with 59 per cent. Gartner predicted that by , some 17 countries would have over 60 per cent of households with broadband connections.
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The UK's telecom market remains one of the largest in Europe, characterised by fierce competition which has resulted in reduced pricing for end-users. Following some market consolidation in the mobile segment there are four key players and a number of MVNOs. Mobile broadband in coming years will place some additional pressure on the fixed-line broadband subscriber base as customers are tempted to migrate to 5G-enabled services. The fixed-line broadband sector has seen the steady decline in DSL and the ongoing efforts among a good number of operators to expand the reach of fibre networks.
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