The second International Broadband Data Report presents comparative data on international broadband capability. The report presents, for the first time, econometric analyses of how population size, population density, income, and education affect broadband adoption at a sub-national or “community” level. 

The report provides staff-gathered data on broadband service plans and pricing in 38 countries (including the United States), representing a broad range of broadband markets, including countries of various sizes and population densities.  The dataset includes information on bundle pricing and advertised monthly recurring charges and nonrecurring charges such as connection and modem fees.  The International Bureau is making this dataset openly available so that interested parties can perform further research and analysis.

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