Australia's wireless broadband penetration rate ranks first among OECD member countries
2014-01-27 15: 51: 41
World Wide Web Technology
Editor in charge: Catherine
(Report from this newspaper) According to the news on January 1, the data released by the OECD broadband portal website on the 27th showed that Australia’s wireless broadband Internet penetration rate ranked first in the OECD, followed by It is Finland and Sweden.
According to the data, according to the June 2013 standard, the top five wireless broadband Internet penetration rates in OECD member countries are Australia, Finland, Sweden, Japan and South Korea. The survey is conducted twice a year for the 6 OECD member countries. South Korea has occupied the first place for six consecutive years. In the survey conducted in December 34, it fell to the fourth place for the first time, and this time it dropped another place.
The analysis believes that the decline in South Korea’s ranking is mainly due to the impact of Japan. Starting from the second quarter of last year, Japan began to include tablet computers and wireless router users when counting mobile Internet users from the second quarter of last year. The seventh place in December rose sharply to the fourth place.
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