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Residential Competition

Residential Broadband CompetitionConsumers are demanding more broadband connectivity options and faster speeds. As a result, residential competition is a targeted focus for many broadband providers. New technologies have simplified bundling options as well. Providers can blend fixed and mobile voice, video, and data availability into attractive platforms which generate a competitive edge.

Industry Statistics   Source
Residential Competition
Broadband
Residential Fixed Connections
93.4 million
End 2015
FCC
Residential Fixed Connections by Technology
 
 
 
Percent of Residential Fixed Connections Cable Modem
60%
End 2015
USTelecom, FCC
Percent of Residential Fixed Connections Wireline
37%
End 2015
USTelecom, FCC
Percent of Residential Fixed Connections Other
3%
End 2015
USTelecom, FCC
 
Residential Mobile Broadband Connections
210.2 million
End 2015
FCC
 
Voice
Percent of Phone Households Wireless Only
50%
End 2015
USTelecom, CDC
Percent of Phone Households Landline Other than ILEC Switched (Cable, Over-the-Top, and ILEC VoIP)
31%
End 2015
USTelecom, FCC
Percent of Phone Households ILEC, Switched
19%
End 2015
USTelecom, FCC, CDC