Impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on average daily broadband data usage in the US 2020

Since the declaration of the coronavirus (COVID-19) as a pandemic (March 11, 2020), the average daily broadband usage in the United States has gone up compared to earlier in the year. In the week from March 11 to March 18, 2020, the average daily broadband data usage per user in the United States was 6.3 GB during the office hours, an increase of 41.4 percent compared to January. The increase is most likely due to more people working from home and overall restrictions for people to stay at home.

Comparison of average daily fixed broadband consumption per user in the United States in January and March 2020

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Release date

March 2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

2020

Supplementary notes

*WHO declared the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak a pandemic on March 11, 2020

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