Number of fixed broadband subscriptions in OECD countries as of June 2017 (in millions)

OECD: number of fixed broadband subscriptions 2017 This statistic depicts the number of fixed broadband subscriptions in OECD member states as of June 2017. During the measured period, there were around 108.7 million fixed-line broadband subscriptions registered in the United States.
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Number of subscriptions in millions
United States108.68
Japan39
Germany32.53
France28.06
United Kingdom25.33
Korea20.94
Mexico16.48
Italy16.14
Spain14.17
Canada13.51
Turkey11.06
Australia7.53
Netherlands7.18
Poland7.05
Colombia6.23
Belgium4.32
Switzerland3.83
Sweden3.72
Greece3.69
Portugal3.46
Czech Republic3.15
Chile3.01
Hungary2.88
Austria2.51
Denmark2.46
Israel2.3
Norway2.14
Finland1.71
New Zealand1.58
Ireland1.38
Slovak Republic1.36
Slovenia0.59
Latvia0.53
Estonia0.38
Luxembourg0.21
Iceland0.13
Number of subscriptions in millions
United States108.68
Japan39
Germany32.53
France28.06
United Kingdom25.33
Korea20.94
Mexico16.48
Italy16.14
Spain14.17
Canada13.51
Turkey11.06
Australia7.53
Netherlands7.18
Poland7.05
Colombia6.23
Belgium4.32
Switzerland3.83
Sweden3.72
Greece3.69
Portugal3.46
Czech Republic3.15
Chile3.01
Hungary2.88
Austria2.51
Denmark2.46
Israel2.3
Norway2.14
Finland1.71
New Zealand1.58
Ireland1.38
Slovak Republic1.36
Slovenia0.59
Latvia0.53
Estonia0.38
Luxembourg0.21
Iceland0.13
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This statistic depicts the number of fixed broadband subscriptions in OECD member states as of June 2017. During the measured period, there were around 108.7 million fixed-line broadband subscriptions registered in the United States.
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Release date
February 2018
Region
OECD
Survey time period
June 2017
Supplementary notes
Fixed broadband subscriptions data for Mexico include only the country's bigger operators.
Figures for Israel, Switzerland and the United States are estimates.
Colombia is in the process of accession to the OECD.

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