The State of Global Broadband Connectivity

While it may seem like everyone has 24/7/365 broadband connectivity, it’s far from reality for many parts of the world. There are still vast populations around the globe that are unconnected or plagued by an unreliable or non-existent infrastructure. These markets present enormous opportunities for global service providers to connect the unconnected and continue expanding their service offerings.

In this infographic, see how advances in communications are changing the way people live and altering expectations for connectivity on the move. Learn the facts about connectivity in developed vs. developing countries and ways to close that digital divide cost effectively.

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