Americans now go online mostly using smartphones but still lack broadband access at home.

Los Angeles, California — According to a study by the Pew Research Center, 37 percent of Americans now go online mostly using a smartphone, and these devices are increasingly cited as a reason for not having a high-speed internet connection at home.

 

A chart showing 45% of non-broadband users now cite their smartphone as a reason for not subscribing to high-speed internet service

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Americans now go online mostly using smartphones but still lack broadband access at home.

Los Angeles, California — According to a study by the Pew Research Center, 37 percent of Americans now go online mostly using a smartphone, and these devices are increasingly cited as a reason for not having a high-speed internet connection at home.

 

A chart showing 45% of non-broadband users now cite their smartphone as a reason for not subscribing to high-speed internet service

Read more



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